special group therapy


beginner to advanced

Healing Rhyyithm expertises in conducting group sessions of various population to promote social skills, improve co-ordination between individuals, develop community behaviour and sharpen connectivity capabilities between one another.


for under privileged

Living in a poor or low-income household is a disturbingly common occurrence that many experience. Poverty has been consistently linked with poor health and increased risk for psychological disorders in children and adults that can persist across the life span. Chronic stress due to poverty and social exclusion implies a rising feeling of helplessness and hopelessness among the economically underprivileged. Group therapy for low-income communities uses intervention techniques to build resilience, self-esteem and aid self-expression. It helps in relieving stress ,expelling emotional exhaustion and relaxes their mind and bodies.

Integrated movement therapy along with NLP tools work wonders

Moving to rhythm is a great way to feel invigorated for a person of any age. Movement therapy gives the elderly good cheer and emotional comfort while removing the tiredness of an old body and mind.


for parkinson’s

Parkinson’s patients experience both movement and non-movement symptoms, including depression, anxiety, apathy, fatigue, pain, and impulse control disorders. The impact of Parkinson’s disease (PD) on an individual can quite often transcend the physical changes visible in his body. A growing fear of social isolation can worsen and could lead to chronic aloofness, if one doesn’t speak their minds and seek necessary support. Exchanging stories with those who have similar motor and cognitive impairments can lead to positive change. Group therapy using expressive arts have been found to be one of the most powerful treatment interventions of patients with Parkinson’s disease. Our group therapy sessions focus on gaining mind-body balance, coordination, mobility and addressing symptoms of anxiety, fatigue and depression.

Healing Rhyyithm with its mind-body interventions

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for special needs

Individuals with physical, emotional and emotional disabilities often face difficulties in expressing themselves which in turn may manifest in psychological and behavioural symptoms. In expressive art-based interventions, group therapy offers the opportunity for authentic self-expression. Children and adults with disabilities suffer from poor social skills and low self-esteem. Group therapy offers a creative avenue for self-exploration which allows participants to communicate without restrictions, without worries of being judged. Activities in group therapy create body awareness and provide scope for improvement of general motor skills. It improves cognition and helps in gaining self- control.

The personal care of counselling provides a space of trust. This enables the youth to open up and deal with their emotions in a safe space.

drum circles

Drumming has been a tool for communication, celebration, and expression for thousands of years. Drum therapy is meant to be a fun release of stress and anxiety in the recovery journey. Therapists or counselors trained in drumming will lead a drumming circle and offer assistance to those new to the practice. Drumming has a number of benefits. Those in recovery from substance use disorder may struggle with anxiety, stress, PTSD, and other general mental health concerns.

Through group drumming therapy, people can open themselves up to a vulnerable place that allows for more significant healing and greater understanding. The drum circle can be a safe space where participants can express themselves and interact through percussion on an even playing field. Nonverbal communication and bonding with others make for a comforting and gentle community experience.

When a group of people in a circle create rhythm together they create a sense of well-being and spread vibes of positivity.


for Transgender

Professionally facilitated group therapy sessions are designed to provide a safe and confidential space LGBTQI individuals. In such sessions we dive into addressing the emotional and behavioural concerns about coming out, relationships, family, academics and community unique to the group. The therapist adopts an affirmative stance towards the LGBTQI participants.

The objectives of such sessions include gaining understanding and insight into one’s own interpersonal dynamics, improving one’s self-esteem and sense of self-worth, sharing and reviewing real life experiences, exploring new ways of interacting, understanding and expanding relational skills, and exploring mental health concerns.

Integrated movement therapy along with NLP tools work wonders