Date(s) - 08/07/2017 - 08/18/2017
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Attend the first week if you’re a beginner
Attend the second week if you’re more advanced
OR attend both weeks!
40 CEU per week: California BBS (for LMFTs,LCSWs and /or LEPs) and also for STA/ISST hours
$1250 Licensed ($1200 Pre-licensed) for each week
Two week discount: $2300 if registering for both weeks
Register Before March 15 and save $100 per week
Week One: August 7-11, 9am – 6pm
Monday through Friday
Introduction to Sandplay and Clinical Process (for beginners)
Week Two: August 14-18, 9am – 6pm
Monday through Friday (the week following Week One)
Healing Complex Trauma with Sandplay
Week One of the Week-long Experiential Trainings in Sandplay Therapy (40 hours) covers some of the basic educational requirements as determined by Sandplay Therapists of America and the International Society of Sandplay Therapists. This training includes: Fundamentals of Sandplay (18 hours), Clinical Sandplay I (12 hours) and Symbolism (10 hours).
Week Two is an extension of the first week-long training, but may also be attended by those who do not attend Week One. In the second week, we will explore using sandplay to heal complex trauma, and the concept of the four archetypal relational fields from Sandplay and the Clinical Relationship (Cunningham, 2013). We will integrate our understandings of neuroscience, trauma and body-based theories, Jungian theory and psychoanalysis with sandplay theory and practice. This training includes: Clinical Sandplay (24 hours), Symbolism in Sandplay (10 hours), Jungian Theory in Sandplay (6 Hours).
For more information, and to enroll, please go to
www.SandplayTrainingWorldwide.com, call Dr. Cunningham at 415-346-6363, or email Linda@SandplayTrainingWorldwide.com
Linda Cunningham, Ph.D., MFT, CST-T is the author of Sandplay and The Clinical Relationship (2013), Relational Sandplay Therapy (2005) and many articles in the Journal of Sandplay Therapy. She has taught sandplay as well as contemporary relational theories for many years in both graduate and postgraduate settings. She has been adjunct faculty in the Sonoma State University M.A. Depth Psychology Program and at the California Institute of Integral Studies, and is a teaching member of STA/ ISST. She has private practices in San Francisco and Corte Madera, California.