Ananda Clayton, a compassionate mental health occupational therapist, extends a heartfelt invitation to participants to embark on a transformative journey in her session, "Solving Problems from the Heart," at the Festival for World Peace. With a diverse background that spans supporting individuals with chronic mental health conditions to contributing to an eating disorders ward, Ananda infuses her session with a spiritually resonant approach to addressing life's challenges. Rooted in a person-centred and strengths-based philosophy, she honours the sacred uniqueness of each individual, recognising that the path to well-being is as diverse as the individuals themselves.
In this soulful session, "Solving Problems from the Heart," Ananda weaves psychotherapeutic insights with a holistic and spiritual perspective, encouraging participants to tap into the depths of their hearts for authentic solutions. Beyond conventional approaches, she guides individuals to explore their inner selves, fostering a profound understanding of what truly nourishes and hinders personal well-being on a spiritual level. Ananda's daily practice of self-nurturing, grounding, and centring reflects her commitment to approaching problem-solving with a calm and spiritually centred heart. Participants can anticipate a nurturing space that not only empowers them to delve into the core of their challenges but also encourages a spiritual awakening, fostering a deeper connection with themselves and others on a profound, soulful level.