Creative & Expressive Therapies

Creative therapy refers to a group of techniques that are expressive and creative in nature. The aim of creative therapies is to help clients express themselves without the use of words and therefore are different from traditional therapy, such as counselling or psychotherapy. At Carpediem we believe that creative and traditional therapies can complement each other based on the needs of clients. We have therefore collaborated with trained and practicing professionals who can support our clients through various creative therapies such as dance movement therapy, music therapy and visual art therapy. 

Carpediem will also provide access to learning programs that build in elements of the creative therapy strategies and therefore be able to use such therapies in their practice as well. For more details, you may visit the capacity building section. 

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Therapy

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) therapy incorporates language & sensory-based interventions and behaviour-modification techniques with the intention of improving the client’s self-awareness, confidence, communication skills, and social actions.NLP offers a basket of techniques and a mindset that is based on the study of human excellence.

Other Therapies

Children with special needs may also require the support of a Speech Pathologist in addition to counselling or special education needs programs. Carpediem believes in adopting a collaborative mental healthcare approach to provide holistic services and make it easier for parents to access all services under the same umbrella. 

Our team has a qualified and trained speech pathologist as a consultant. Speech Therapy is the treatment for speech and/or language disorders. A Speech Disorder refers to a problem with producing words correctly or fluently or having a problem with voice. A language disorder refers to the difficulty of understanding or putting words together to communicate ideas or thoughts. Children with communication disorders are more likely to struggle with reading and writing.

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