Zappacosta, Judy. LANDSCAPE, PLACE AND IDENTITY IN SANDPLAY THERAPY

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Zappacosta, Judy
LANDSCAPE, PLACE AND IDENTITY IN SANDPLAY THERAPY

Journal of Sandplay Therapy, Volume 18, Number 1, 2009

Keywords: landscape, metaphors, symbols of identity, interior geography in sandplay therapy, sandplay, clinical example, male, child, fishing, symbol, identity, Jung, Robinson Jeffers, identity, fish, fishing, symbol.

Abstract: This article explores the image of landscape, both in the outer and interior worlds of the psyche and as observed in sandplay. The geography of a place helps create a sense of identity and purpose. This idea is examined by studying the creations built by C.G. Jung, poet, Robinson Jeffers, and the case study of a young boy who goes “fishing” for his sense of place and identity.