Category: Art therapy
The refugee story is not a single monolithic narrative. Within the population of the hundreds of women and children who currently live in or previously were served by Homs League Abroad’s five centers in three countries, there are a huge range of stories of their pasts, present, and futures.
In just over five years, the Homs League Abroad project that supports Syrian widows and orphans has provided shelter, education, and social and spiritual strengthening to over 525 individuals.
At the same time that the Alalusi Foundation supported audiology clinic was treating nearly 200 children with hearing loss regain some or all their ability to hear, a two-day workshop was being held for the benefit of local social workers, psychologists and educators to better understand the need for and benefits of using art as […]
While some members of the Alalusi Foundation team were sharing knowledge on dental hygiene and relaxation techniques for Syrian refugee widows, Maggie Conroy and Suha Abbasi were working with kids and adults to express themselves therapeutically with art.