Introduction to sandplay weekend
Learn how to use sandplay in a small, supportive group held by Jill Carter, a leading sandplay therapy teacher in the UK.
Suitable for counsellors, psychotherapists, school and nursery staff, NHS staff, volunteers, clinical psychologists and well-being practitioners. Students also welcome.
A small, interactive group (no more than 10 people) that gives lots of one-to-one support. Learn sandplay by trying it ourselves and receive lots of individual advice on getting your clients of all ages using it.
Accessible teaching of key skills and practical advice for people working with sandplay with children, adolescents and adults in schools, NHS, CAMHS, counselling organisations and private practice.
Teaching based on case studies and latest research. Focus on trauma-informed practice.
Advice on getting started, especially what equipment to use and research-based information to help make the case for using sand with e.g. headteachers.
About Jill Carter
Jill Carter is one of the UK's leading sandplay teachers and the pioneer of trauma-informed sandplay. She has been using sand in her work as a child, adolescent, adult and family psychotherapist for 15 years in schools, hospitals, mental health units and in private practice.
She supervises many sandplay therapists in training colleges.