The founder of Zen360 participated in cultural immersion and clinical outreach in Phuket, Bangkok, and Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Jasmaine collaborated with art-based therapists, addictions specialists, and sexual assault advocates. More importantly, victims of sex-trafficking were financially supported through the purchasing of their handmade jewelry. She also facilitated semi-structured interviews with mental health professionals providing international counseling.
Volunteer Applications Open October 2021
Zen360 will be partnering with Nigerian counselors at a children’s orphanage to provide a 4-day play-based camp and expressive art teen’s retreat. There will also be a 1-day community mental health clinic.
Zen360 will select a total of 20 volunteers to provide play-based or expressive based services. All volunteers will be trained in the Delta Trauma Model.
The trip investment will also include participants’ immersion into Nigerian culture. Such activities include, but are not limited to, a Nigerian culinary and language course, floating village tour, community day, and slave castle visit.
Volunteer Applications Open December 2021
Zen360 will be partnering with South Korean clinicians at a child advocacy center to provide a 3-day play-based camp and 2-day expressive clinical retreat.
Zen360 will select a total of 12 volunteers to provide play-based or clinical-based services. All volunteers will be trained in the Delta Trauma Model.
The trip investment will also include participants’ immersion into South Korean culture. Such activities include, but are not limited to, a culinary course, countryside immersion, university counseling program visit, Korean art tour.
Gallery of Previous trips
“The Ghana trip was so well planned with a beautiful focus on heritage tourism and present-day cultural immersion.”
“The trip affected me personally. The woman that left here and arrived in Ghana, is definitely not the woman that came back here.”
“This trip created in me a hunger to learn about different cultures and to experience more cultures firsthand. “