Sandplay Therapy & Symbol Work with children, adolescents and adults

Course Created by Mark Pearson and Helen Wilson
Authors of: SANDPLAY & SYMBOL WORK (ACER Press, 2001)
12 days: 4 x 3-day training workshops, spread over 12 months

Trainer: Dr Mark Pearson
PhD., M. Ed.(BEM); Dip T.; Cert HB & TP; Dip. ERC.

This course is recognised by the Australian Creative Arts Therapies Association, and by the Australian Counselling Association for professional development points

Sandplay Therapy is a hands-on, expressive counselling and psychotherapy modality that has been in use for over eighty years. Sandplay forms a bridge between verbal therapy and the expressive therapies, combining elements of each. Sandplay allows the deeper aspects of the psyche to be worked with naturally and in safety. With an extensive research and literature base, Sandplay is a powerful therapeutic method for use by established professionals. It has been shown to be effective with children, adolescents and adults, in schools, hospitals, welfare agencies and private therapy practices.

WORKSHOP One – Foundation Skills

Dates: 15 – 17 January 2015 – 3 days

Audience: Counsellors, Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Creative Arts Therapists, Social Workers, Youth Workers, and Chaplains

Time: Each day from 9am to approx. 5pm; last day ends at 4pm.

Venue: Tanglin Trust School, 95 Portsdown Road, Singapore 139299

Fees: Each 3-day training workshop: $887.50 – includes GST. (Total fee: $3,550 for all 4 courses)

Fee includes: Extensive workshop manuals, electronic Book of Readings, morning and afternoon tea.

Payment: This can be made per workshop, by direct bank deposit or by cheque.

Registration: Lisa Cannell at CPD@TTS.edu.sg by Friday 19th December 2014

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SANDPLAY CERT – Tanglin Trust School SINGAPORE 2015

Please note, participants MUST start at Workshop One and progress through Workshop Two to Three and finish with Four. You do not have to register to complete the certificate now, instead you can register for ‘Workshop One – Foundation Skills’ to try-out the training before committing to further workshops.