Art therapy helps children to develop and maintain their creative and social skills.
Children attend classes of music, handcrafts, painting and drawing, carving and pottery. Here they learn to creatively express themselves, communicate, convey their feelings and imaginations. Art therapy also helps them recognize themselves and the surrounding world.
Unlike adults, children are not always able to logically express what they feel by means of words. But when they take pencils, paints and brushes, they forget about all that holds them back, use their limitless imagination and sore freely in time and space. Art therapy helps children see the differences and likenesses in people, the surrounding world and nature, and realize that this very diversity is what makes the world beautiful.
Our social workers develop each child's social history and contribute to the development and strengthening of the center-child-family relationship.