Group Sessions


Group sessions at CCAW provide a safe space to people with similar experiences to come together and act as a support network for each other. Both therapeutic and cathartic in nature, these group sessions allow adolescents and children to learn from and with each other in the presence and guidance of a trained therapist.

CCAW has the following group sessions:

It's a space for teenagers with Mood Disorders to come together. The non-judgmental space created by trained mental health care professionals allows the participants to interact with a similar clan of people, share personal experiences without hesitation, have fun and gain support from each other. The  aim is for everyone to feel belonged and how they are not alone in the journey of mental health. Learning from experiences provides each one an opportunity to grow through what they are going through!

Social Skills Group is designed to support children and adolescents facing social communication difficulties. During the sessions, children learn how to read social cues and respond appropriately to them. Various modalities such as art, music, movement and play are used to makes these sessions fun and interactive for children. With the intention of providing children with opportunities to learn, practice and implement social skills while simultaneously facilitating each other’s growth, these sessions focus on following areas-

  1. Understanding and using appropriate verbal and non-verbal language
  2. Understanding and expressing emotions
  3. Initiating conversations
  4. Responding to interactions from others
  5. Engaging in activities with others
  6. Taking turns
  7. Problem solving
  8. Body Control

1. For children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD):

With the intention of creating a safe, enriching, enjoyable and empowering experience for children, CCAW recently started with Summer Camps for children on the spectrum between the age of 4-6 years. The camp focuses on facilitating children in having fun and simultaneously work on their individual goals thereby fostering growth and learning together. 

Our camp is designed with a focus on providing a structured yet flexible environment. We emphasize
individualized support, recognizing that each child has their own strengths and challenges. Through a range of well planned activities, we aim to enhance social skills, communication, and sensory integration, all while promoting a sense of independence.

-Age of children: 4-6 years 

-Month: June 

-Days: 3 days a week 

-Timings: vary every year


2. For children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD):

Through fun and enriching activities, we help children learn various skills such as:

  • Self-control 
  • Emotional regulation - expressing emotions appropriately 
  • Waiting and body control 
  • Attention and Concentration
  • Planning and prioritizing
  • Problem solving 
  • Decision making 
  • Behaving appropriately in social settings

In addition to this, we understand the importance of parent training and hence provide regular feedback and techniques to parents that they can use at home to further help the child achieve their goals.

-Age of children: 8-10 years 

-Month: June 

-Days: 2 days a week 

-Timings: Vary every year


Expressive circles is a wellbeing group initiative for pre-teens, adolescents, and young adults that aims at working towards self-exploration using Expressive Arts Therapy (EAT). EAT is a therapeutic modality using creative intervention including elements of art, music, movement, and drama therapy. The group sessions are conducted online as well as offline.