Expressive Art Therapy to enable Personal Transformation
Srijon Foundation, established in 2015, with an intent to support one's mental and emotional wellbeing. According to a WHO report issued in 2019, 7.5% Indians population suffer from a mental illness. The Foundation has designed an 'Expressive Art Therapy' model to conduct sessions across age groups and backgrounds in order to break mental health stereotypes.
Programs: i) Care for Cancer: Target beneficiaries under this program are underprivileged cancer patients, survivors and caregivers all over India. The uncertainty after a Cancer diagnosis affects the mental well-being of the patient and the people around them. Hence, Artscape intervenes through Music, Meditation, Movement and Arts therapy as a coping strategy for the affected. 4,151 sessions were covered in 2019 engaging 6,365 patients and caregivers. ii) Beyond Academics: In collaboration with schools, Artscape focuses on building a moral compass for students from an early age. The Expressive Art Therapy help benefit the students with a higher self-esteem, cultural exposure, improved emotional quotient.
iii) Others: The organization also conducts Expressive Art Therapy sessions for Corporates and Individuals to help adapt with anxiety towards our current environmental, political and cultural scenario.
Income Rs43 lac
Expense Rs48 lac
Source : Audit Report 2019
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