The testimonials are from organisations which has experienced the therapeutic benefits of ABT
ABT has helped us to look at the exploring holistic learning milestones across age groups with cross-disabled populations. The ABT course has helped us challenge our belief systems, push our boundaries and create a symbiotic learning relationship within and with the world around. At Snehadhara Foundation , we have been practicising ABT for the past four years in one-on-one as well as group settings. We have had over 7 ABT practitioners from the organisation implement ABT in various therapeutic settings.
ABT sessions with children bring out the best in them and it takes learning to a higher level. Grounded by the string of Indian Mind traditions and propelled by the impetus of the art media, the kite flies high using ABT.
We have been using ABT for the last four years. We are extremely happy with all the trainees who have worked with us in all these years. They have been very creative in using Arts to achieve their goals for the children.
We believe that there is a dire need for more ABT practitioners and we hope that this training enables our teachers to reach out to students in many ways than one. We are also happy to share that after seeing how ABT is touching the lives of our children, we will go on to implement this along with other methodologies in our special education programme as well.
ABT has been practiced at Deepika regularly since 2007, and the journey so far has been an eye-opener. By and large the understanding of any therapy and the way one visualizes therapy have been linear and single goal oriented. Personal development and the understanding of one’s own personality and its dynamics seem to play a major role in ABT. Both the practitioner as well as his/her subjects bloom and grow in all directions. In short the therapy is for both the practitioners as well as the children who receive them.