REGISTRATIONS FOR THE 2018-19 ABT COURSE CLOSE ON 18TH JUNE, 2018
WHO ARE WE ?
Prajñādhara is a division of Snehadhara Foundation (SF) , a registered non-profit organization based in Bangalore. SF is the only organisation in the country that works using Arts Based Therapy as a primary methodology in working with children and adults with disabilities.
The ambit of Snehadhara’s mission encompasses working with children across disabilities and across age groups using the Arts (Direct Care); co-creation of empathetic learning spaces in schools, colleges, corporates and the community (impART); as well as certification for Arts Based Therapy to construct a facilitation model for learning and inclusion (Prajnadhara).
Prajñā means wisdom and translates into realizing or perceiving the true nature of reality; seeing things as they are, not as they appear. The twin goals of Prajñādhara are Arts Based Therapy (ABT) Certification and Study of the Mind.
– Dalai Lama – Beyond Religion
UNIQUE FEATURES OF OUR ABT COURSE
The basis of this course lies in Indian Psychology and Ethics, Studies of Human Development and Cognitive Neurosciences.
Supervisors to the course are all accredited teachers of ABT or senior registered ABT practitioners.