Child & Family Resilence Program
The Resilience Unit provides a resilience program for child victims of violence and duty bearers. Programs of physical treatment therapy and mental treatment therapy – both single and group treatment therapy – are designed to comply with their pathopsychology. There are various treatment programs - such as medical treatment, child & family relationship building program, art therapy, drama therapy, EMDR therapy, Satir Transformational and Systemic Therapy. Also, children would be promoted their child development while their duty bears would learn about child rearing and child safety. During resilience programs, CPCR continually does a home visitation to follow up, escorts cases to meet psychiatrists and evaluate cases.
‘Art Builds Happiness’
This is another treatment program that the Resilience Unit supports children by introducing the art therapy to build happiness and promote their self-esteem. The program is implemented at Sueksa Songkhro School, a boarding school for underprivileged students. It shows that these students left their houses and stay in new unacquainted environments. They may feel isolated, sad or lonely. In some cases, they choose a wrong path. They are drug addicted and believe that this would be the only way to help them. Therefore, ‘Art Builds Happiness’ would be a program that helps students to find the right path. Children would build their own capacity ans self-esteem. The pure art from what they have created would reflect their true emotions, feelings and desires.