Creative Minds: Art Therapy for Young Hearts

  • 100.000 JD

Please note that workshop registrations are non-refundable.

This workshop is in Arabic Language.

Storytelling is a powerful way to connect with your child and help them explore their emotions. It ignites their imagination, providing confidence, hope, and the potential to achieve their goals.

This workshop will offer children the opportunity to understand themselves and their feelings better through stories and art. By engaging in creative expression, they can learn in a judgment-free environment, fostering self-discovery and emotional growth.

With May Malhas.

During the 4 days

  • Children will be encouraged in a safe space to express their emotions,
    ideas and thoughts, through games, stories and art.

  • Children will have the perfect space to build trust, acceptance, and
    empathy with other children throughout games.

  • They will be able to discover their unique creative abilities through the use of multiple tools (drawing, drama, collaborative storytelling

  • Emotions such as jealousy, anger, and fear will be processed through

What to expect:

  • Children will gain the confidence to apply art as a tool to express

  • Children will have a better understanding of their inner feelings and
    emotions and can express them creatively

  • Children will gain new friends based on trust, support and acceptance.

  • Children will be able to develop multiple abilities;
    Imagination, curiosity, focus, attention, listening skills and empathy.

May Malhas Bio

● Researcher, Expressive Arts Educator and Art Therapy Practitioner.
● Holistic counseling.
● MD in Giftedness and Talent.
● Awarded the Arab Journalism Award for best content for children.
● Launched (Ostti..Ossah) initiative to develop children’s emotional/affective abilities through folktales and expressive arts.
● Published a series of folktales illustrated by children.


"Great place with amazing views and plenty of space with a variety of arts and crafts activities for a good cause." - Omar Al Omari


Date: Monday, July 29th - Thursday, Aug 1st | 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Location: Al Weibdeh, Amman, Jordan at The Orenda Tribe

Ages: 9-12 years

Call 0791200818 for more information.