Pre-registration strongly recommended. Walk-ins permitted based on capacity and eligibility.

Join our therapeutic art program, in collaboration with ACT center, led by an experienced art therapist and designed specifically for young adults seeking self-awareness, emotional healing, and personal growth. Each session provides a guided exploration of different aspects of the therapeutic art process, allowing participants to tap into their creativity and gain insights into

Target Age: 18 – 25
Capacity: 8 seats
Fees: 45 SAR (Inclusive of all activities)
Location:  Hayy Explorers

Duration: 2 hours per week

Program Outline: 

Session 1: Exploring Self-Awareness Through Art
Session 2: Art as a Tool for Self-Exploration and Emotional Release
Session 3: Healing Through Creativity
Session 4: Reflection and Moving Forward

About Rawan Bajsair
Rawan Bajsair is a Saudi art therapist, visual artist, and author.Rawan holds a Bachelors of Science in Art Therapy from Lesley University and her Masters of Arts in Art Therapy from NYU. She is a registered and board-certified art therapist by the American Art Therapy Association. Rawan wrote her first book chapter in Art Therapy Practices for Resilient Youth, published through Routledge in 2020. Rawan works with children, adolescents, adults, and their families cope with a variety of challenges and mental health issues through art; more specifically trauma and attachment issues.

About ACT Center
Adult and Child Therapy (ACT) Center is the first multidisciplinary therapeutic center in Saudi Arabia to be licensed by the Ministry of Health. Based in Jeddah, the center caters to children, adolescents, adults, geriatrics, couples, families, and corporate entities; providing them with psychotherapy and psychiatry, group therapy, parenting guidance, psycho-educational lectures, workshops as well as employee profiling and evaluation, we also provide ABA individual session, Early intervention program, ABA parents education sessions, as well as complete speech problems detection and therapy.