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Sand Play Therapy

Date: 9 Apr 2018 - 10 Apr 2018

Singapore

Workshop Overview

•Sand Play is a NONVERBAL, NON-THREATENING symbolic way of expressing difficult experiences and emotions

•Its HEALING effect is DEEP and PERMANENT

•The process involves the WHOLE PERSON— body, mind, soul, and spirit

•Activates the individual's NATURAL SELF-HEALING capacity.

•Can be DIRECTIVE or NON-DIRECTIVE

DAY 1 AREAS COVERED

•Introduction to sand play
*What sand play is and does
*Origins and applications

•Sand Play therapy for understanding particular issues and/or transforming problems

•Working with structured and unstructured Sand tray
*the pros and cons

•Guiding principles for the therapist and setting up of sand play equipment & room


DAY 2 AREAS COVERED

•Use of Static vs. moving Sand play for particular issues presenting in childhood

•Working with adolescent issues like OCD, cutting, and anger

•Working on parent-child relationship for conflict resolution

•Sand Play therapy for adults: applications & limitations

•Explore grief, abandonment and trauma issues and how these issues manifest in sand play therapy

•Work with defenses and resistances

•Illustration of case studies

Duration: 9 am to 5pm

Venue: To be confirmed

Contact: Email Organizer

Language: English

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