BEYOND WORDS

 

 

 

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SAND & PLAY THERAPY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

sandandplaytherapy@gmail.com 705-792-5999

Sand Tray Therapy is a form of Play Therapy. Imagine a large tray of sand and a room filed with 1000's of miniatures and figurines that represent all aspects of life: people of all ages and ethnicities, vehicles, buildings, shells, stones, crystals, world religious symbols, household items, animals, fantasy creatures, characters from television and movies, etc. Imagine the freedom to create your world in the sand.

What is Sand Tray Therapy?

green dragon copy elmo angels with dogs copy howling wolf

Everyone can benefit from the Sand Tray room.

This particular room is designed for adults and children over the age of twelve.

 

Sand Tray Therapy can be helpful for:

 

Individuals                                   Therapists

Couples                                        Groups

                                                     Families                                     Workshops

                                                     Children                                        Retreats

                                                       Teens                             Professional Development    

What are the benefits of Sand Tray Therapy?

Who uses a Sand Tray Room?

A Sand Tray Therapist assumes that you are the expert of your life and provides an opportunity for you to connect with your wise self. In a relaxed and non-threatening setting, building a world in the sand helps the rational, logical mind "take a break" and lets the kinesthetic and intuitive mind "come out and play". In this experience your true and authentic self can emerge, bringing self-understanding and insight.

Sand Tray is particularly helpful for:

 

Life Transitions

Relationship issues

Resolving childhood trauma

Building spiritual connection

Finding direction and clarity

Making difficult decisions

Getting "unstuck"

buddha room from door use this one

"Play is the beginning of knowledge"

                                                                                       Anon