For Children, Teens and Adults
Thank you very much for conducting an informative and thought provoking workshop on “Music Therapy” on 26th September, 2017 at Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women, University of Delhi.
It was a splendid experience that exposed the students to field practices.
All the students appreciated and got benefited from your views on the subject.
Dear Ms. Gupta,
Thank you for the time and effort given to educate our students on Stress Management on 9th November 2017. It was a wonderful session and students thoroughly enjoyed the session. The faculty present during the session also benefitted a lot from the deliberations. They liked the innovative concept of integrating music in the training session. The sound effects had a soothing effect on the agitated minds of the youngsters and you very ably educated them about the need to disengage with the outer world and enjoy the realm of inner peace. Our school director Mr. Sunil Agarwal was highly impressed with your session.
We would like to keep this momentum going and will invite you regularly for interaction with our students on mutual convenience.
Thanking you again.
Dear Meena Mam,
I wanted to thank you for your lecture that we conducted on Psychological Well Being as part of Samaritans Awareness Talk Series initiative.
The session was really amazing. It was much appreciated by the students, especially those who had been through such depressing phases in life. They could really relate and found it really helpful. A few of them had also asked for your contact card.
As part of MDI, students go through a really hectic schedule. In the midst of this humdrum life, a few lectures can help bring some pause in life where they really get a chance to relax. This lecture was definitely one of those. After the meditation, there was a trance in the atmosphere which gave a really soothing and peaceful feeling. We as part of Samaritans are really grateful to you for the lecture. Thanks for taking out time from your busy schedule to benefit the lives of those 80-90 students.
According to the feedback that I’ve collected, most students pursuing their bachelors in Psychology felt that the discussion and the role play served as a window to the actual therapy set up, where in most of them could connect and sympathise with an actual patient. Hence, it was an enriching experience for them. However, for the students from other courses, it was slightly difficult to connect the dots.
Since the campaign and the session, there’s a significant increase in the sensitivity in our students and active engagement in issues and topics as this.
Thank you so much for enlightening us.