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Helping Hands


The impact of art therapy on individual peace, resilience and self-development has been clearly established by neuroscience and as an innovative clinical therapy to increase positive mental health outcomes and improve the lives of its beneficiaries at all levels.


  • It brings an opportunity to heal so that people can cope with traumatic life experiences, generate more peaceful, balanced and resilient lifestyles.

  • It eases community integration processes. We can’t expect from someone who suffers from multiple traumas to integrate properly into society.

  • Art as a universal language transcends cultural and dialect differences

  • Improves student learning. Neuroscience has shown that children learn better through play and creativity. 

  • Gives a voice and a medium to express to the most vulnerable population who’s voices are often silenced.

  • Self-empowerment by encouraging conscious embodiment and movement diverting from the overuse of cell phones. 

  • Builds cultural bridges between communities. Art therapy offers community members an opportunity to communicate in a unified language.

  • Improves learning and memorizing abilities. Recent clinical studies have shown that movement therapy helps individuals solidify implicit learning and consolidate new memories and changes.

  • Raising awareness and educating on challenging subjects such as conflict, abuse, human trafficking, prostitution or child labour.

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