Weeks, Jr., Wildred, Book Review: THE TIGER, THE BEAR, THE LION & UNICORN: THE MEANING AND WORK OF ANIMALS IN SANDPLAY

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Weeks Jr., Wildred
Book Review: THE TIGER, THE BEAR, THE LION & UNICORN: THE MEANING AND WORK OF ANIMALS IN SANDPLAY

Journal of Sandplay Therapy, Volume 17, Number 2, 2008

KEY WORDS: animals, polar bear, bipolar disorder, trauma, Sandplay therapy, review, reflection, 2008, Janet Tatum, Kathleen Beavers, reflection.

Abstract: This article is a brief account of the March 8, 2008 Fresno, California regional conference of STA. The focus was on case presentations featuring animals. Two teaching members of STA presented one case each, and one of these teaching members analyzed the symbolism of polar bears. Three local therapists each presented clinical material.

The Tiger, the Bear, the Lion & Unicorn: The Meaning and Work of Animals in Sandplay
From the Third Fresno Regional Sandplay Conference, 2008
Reviewed by Wilfred Weeks, Jr.
Visalia, California

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