Mindfulness Craft Therapy

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Webinardone
09 Dec 2020
04:00 PM

About this webinar

Mindfulness Craft Therapy

Engaging in craft always brings about some sort of satisfaction for the person. It helps you to not dwell on things which consume your mind otherwise and disturb you. For a child, who is facing the pandemic today, adapting to the ‘new normal’ is hard. Engaging in Craft Therapy will be beneficial as the Craft approach is a system for helping family members change the way that they interact with someone who is going through a bad phase, often mental illness. The aim of Craft is to help that person get into treatment and on the road to recovery from pain and worry.

CRAFT is a skills-based program that impacts families in multiple areas of their lives, including self-care, pleasurable activities, problem solving, and goal setting. At the same time, CRAFT addresses their loved one’s resistance to change. CRAFT teaches families behavioral and motivational strategies for interacting with their loved one.

Materials Required for the session: - 

  • Coconut

  • Paints (Liquid or any paints ) 

  •  2 paint brushes

  •  Fevicol

  •  Bowl of water 

  • Tissue papers

  • glitters (powder or sparkle tube)

  • Candles

  • A waste cloth 

Webinar Facilitator

Aakriti Khosla

Aakriti Khosla Counselling Psychologist

Aakriti Khosla is a Counselling Psychologist, a mental health speaker, a national executive trainer in Art therapy, a Mandala Art therapy Practitioner, EFT Practitioner. She is a passionate consumer advocate for mental health. Her motto is to connect the world of art and people (children, teenagers, adults, elderly people) to bring them together and help them to heal with multiple art forms like dance, art, music along with mindfulness practice.

Benefits Of Webinar

CRAFT teaches several skills, and this session will bring many benefits:

  • Understanding a loved one’s triggers to different situations

  • Positive communication strategies

  • Positive reinforcement strategies – rewarding non-using behavior

  • Problem-solving

  • Self-care

  • Domestic violence precautions

  • Getting a loved one to accept help

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