C.G. Jung Foundation of Ontario
Third Floor, 223 St. Clair Ave. W. 10am-1pm
Dora Kalff developed Sandplay Therapy with the active support of C. G. Jung.
In Sandplay, images are formed in a tray partly filled with wet or dry sand as the therapist sits quietly nearby. Miniatures may be used and the resulting sand scenes allow psychic contents to find embodied form. The Sandplay process invites guidance from the Self during a protected regression into the preverbal matriarchal level of the psyche. The therapist serves as a midwife, receiving the images into a safe and protected space in which conflicting opposites can be united and a healing process becomes progressively evident through the act of play. This seminar will be illustrated with sand pictures and will also include a short film.
Jungian analyst, Helen Brammer-Savlov is currently studying for certification in Sandplay Therapy with the Canadian Association for Sandplay Therapists.
$30 IN ADVANCE; $35 AT THE DOOR