BE. is Extra•Ordinary People’s signature caregiver programme.
This evidence-based programme integrates somatic art psychotherapy, embodied practices and HeartMath validated tools to increase mental wellbeing and build resilience.
The programme uses cost-effective, time-efficient, evidence-based tools and techniques to teach participants self-regulation skills to manage stress. Enriching experiential learning opportunities are delivered to deepen participants’ connection to their hearts.
Participants will be able to block the negative impact of depleting emotions and cultivate strategies to experience renewed emotions. They will learn to intelligently manage their daily energy levels, recharge and build their resilience.
The online course is made up of 6 weekly 90-minute sessions. Sessions will be recorded and shared with participants within the same group. Suitable for youths, adults, and seniors seeking to learn stress management techniques.
Minimum of 10 pax per group Price: $480 (Weekday Groups), $580 (Weekend Groups)
GROUP A Tuesdays | 10.30am to 12.00pm
Course Dates: 15 Mar, 22 Mar, 29 Mar, 5 Apr, 12 Apr, 19 Apr
Ms Lama Majaj (MA, AThR) is the Clinical Director of Extra•Ordinary People and a HeartMath Certified Trainer. She is a credentialled Art Psychotherapist with 18 years of experience in education, healthcare, and humanitarian settings. Her practice integrates humanistic psychotherapy with somatics, movement and the expressive arts to support individuals with autism. She is a part-time lecturer at the MA Art Therapy Programme at LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore, and a Dynamic Embodiment™️ and BodyMind Dancing™️candidate, founded by Dr Martha Eddy.
Lama also serves as Regional Director for the Middle East, representing The International Association for Creative Arts in Education and Therapy (IACAET). She was an invited Psychosocial Support consultant to implement trauma-informed care in Kurdish-Iraq, Cambodia and Dominica and she has held positions internationally in the Middle East, Asia and Australia, where she founded the Arts in Healthcare programme at The Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre (ONJCWRC).
In her free time, Lama enjoys biking along the coastline and spontaneous dips in the ocean.