Phone: 0411 209 802
Mail: 14 Catherine St, Glebe, NSW, 2037
Burwood RSL, 96 Shaftesbury Rd, Burwood NSW
Well for Life, 2/35 Hume St, Crows Nest NSW
Kakadu Room, 110 Bourke Road, Alexandria NSW
WellSpring Centre - 10 Y Street, Ashburton VIC
Centre for Theology and Ministry - 29 College Crescent, Parkville VIC
Often the hands know how to solve a riddle with which the intellect has wrestled in vain.
C. G. Jung
Sandplay allows for the projective expression of one's personal inner world. Learn how to respectfully invite the creation of miniature scenes and stories that help clients see, know and change.
This two day experiential workshop introduces you to approaches and applications of sandplay. Work with a range of clients and therapeutic contexts will be considered. Sandplay is a powerful therapeutic method that has been around for nearly 100 years. It is a form of therapy that gives both child and adult clients the opportunity to portray, rather than verbalise, feelings and experiences often inaccessible and/or difficult to express. Its origins were in the work of Jung and Kalff who were analytically orientated. Current research has demonstrated successful use in shorter term strengths-based approaches with traumatised refugees, reducing measures of anxiety and depression, and with autistic children, increasing verbal expression, social interaction and spontaneous novel play. In the free and protected space provided by the counsellor, a client creates a concrete manifestation of his or her inner world using sand, water, and miniature objects.
This two day workshop introduces you to the fundamental theoretical and methodological concepts in the practice of symbols and sandplay work. It will include an overview of the major theoretical influences in this field, the existing evidence base supporting it and a review of contemporary applications. The focus of the workshop will be an experiential and practical introduction to a range of directive and non-directive methods to engage and work with this media in counselling.
Psychologists, social workers, counsellors, psychotherapists, school counsellors, mental health and pastoral workers, other allied health professionals and students of these disciplines. No artistic experience or skill is necessary. Provisional psychologists can attend at student rates.
Jacki Short - Counselling Psychologist and Registered Play Therapist
Perth - Wollaston Conference Centre, 5 Wollaston Rd, Mount Claremont, WA
Hobart - Salamanca Inn, 10 Gladstone St, Hobart, TAS
Sydney - Burwood RSL, 96 Shaftesbury Rd, Burwood, NSW
14-15 February 2019 (Perth) Fully Booked - please email us if you would like to be on wait list
26 - 27 February 2019 (Hobart) Places still available
20 - 21 May 2019 (Sydney) Book before 20 March 2019 to save
Included in the workshop price:
Regular Price $660
Early Bird $630 (paid 2 months prior to workshop)
Student Price $560
Student Early Bird $530 (paid 2 months prior to workshop)
Send us an email requesting an invoice via the contact page with your name, the dates and name of course/courses you'd like to do and the name of your organisation who you want us to invoice and we will send you an organisational invoice and a registration form.
√ This was a fantastic hands-on workshop.
√ One of the best workshops we ever attended! Loved it both professionally and personally. Presenter was well spoken, very intelligent, yet down-to-earth and friendly, very genuine and compassionate.
√ Well structured, informative and very practical.
√ Very clear, concise and logical training which made it easy to learn. The experience, knowledge and insight of the presenter was apparent and appreciated.
√ Excellent integration of theory and practice - really appreciated the experiential tasks - so helpful and gives me confidence.
√ Experiential work is a great forum for learning with a great symbol collection!
√ Best workshop I have been to in the last 5 years!
√ I love using the tray and feel comfortable in continuing to use it now.