Introduction To Sandtray Therapy
Understand Play Therapy • Learn The Skills • Change Lives
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Become a play therapist.
This course is designed to provide the participant with a brief understanding of sandtray therapy basics, including covering the history and prominent literature in the field of sandtray therapy, categories of miniatures, setting up the sandtray room in conjunction with the playroom as well as facilitative skills used with sandtray therapy and the sandtray protocol.
This course will also cover neurobiology, where participants will be able to discuss how it impacts the work of the therapist in sandtray.
To understand and cite the history of sandtray therapy
To learn about and describe the sand tray-based playroom
To understand and discuss categories of miniatures and issues regarding selection
To identify how the brain interacts and responds to the use of sandtray
The course is open to professionals of the mental health fields; including psychologists, counsellors, social workers, physicians, child life specialists, nurses, occupational therapists as well as full time graduate students.
Participants should have at least a Bachelor’s or higher degree in an area of mental health related education and have attended Module 1 – Introduction to Play Therapy.
Trainings with opportunities for self-reflection and group discussion
Individual and group activities for processing
Certification of Attendance
A Certificate of Attendance will be presented to the participant at the end of the course.
For a Certificate of Completion of each module, additional requirements such as assignments and supervision sessions are required.
For a Certificate in TraumaPlayTM, Certificate of Completion for all 7 modules are required.
Certificate of Attendance Recognition
This Certificate of Attendance is awarded by Healing Hearts Centre and certificate training hours are recognised both by the Association for Play Therapy (USA) and by the Association for Play Therapy (Singapore) for the individual who is working towards their Registered Play Therapist qualifications.