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Sand Tray Therapy is a wonderful therapy I have seen support every age with a great many of issues and wants. On a technical level Sand Tray Therapy is the best mode of helping find greater meaning, resources and new ways forward to life's issues. This is because it is the chance to allow your creativity - whether you feel its there or not - to find the problem as it lives in your personally and form there builds the bridges to solutions and a more integrated life.

— Erik Johnston, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Overland Park, KS

Sand tray therapy allows individuals to build their world using miniatures and sand. This experiential technique is helpful for all ages to visualize aspects of their current situation they may not have considered otherwise.

— Morgan Ticum, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Overland Park, KS

I use sand tray for in-person sessions. This is very effective in activating your right brain and deeper emotions and awakening your unconscious mind.

— Bitna Lee, Clinical Social Worker in Austin, TX

Sandtray therapy is a unique type of expressive therapy where you can tell your life stories without having to rely on verbalizing. This can be especially helpful for those who have experienced traumatic events. This type of therapy uses sand and miniatures as tools, or emotion words, to tell your story in a safe environment.

— Katelyn Sager, Licensed Professional Counselor in Brentwood, TN

I use sand tray for in-person sessions. This is very effective in activating your right brain and deeper emotions and awakening your unconscious mind.

— Bitna Lee, Clinical Social Worker in Austin, TX

I have a proper Sandtray therapy setup in my office, with a wide array of symbols for you to select from in communing with your intuitive and unconscious parts. Through the power of Sandtray, many insights and deep understandings can be brought to light. I have the training to facilitate your journey into the unconscious and hold safe space to help you gaze into your own inner-world.

— Nathan Heydari, Counselor in Milwaukie, OR

I am a registered play therapist . I utilize the sand tray to help externalize session content giving it more depth. I integrate the Gottman interventions with the sand tray.

— Kimberlee Daughtry-Lopez, Licensed Professional Counselor in Shavano Park, TX

I completed a 40 hour training on Adlerian Sand Tray Therapy and utilize this technique when working with individuals and couples.

— Jane Markowitz, Clinical Social Worker in Philadelphia, NY

I took a full course on sandtray therapy in graduate school and have taken multiple advanced trainings throughout my career to learn the most appropriate ways to include this modality to my clients of all ages.

— Lacey Castilleja Fisher, Licensed Professional Counselor in Austin, TX

One of my favorite therapies! Utilizing a sand tray and "miniatures" (small toys that represent a series of emotions, ideas, and life), we

— Sara Beth Geoghegan, Counselor in Franklin, TN

Completed Certification and additional course work in Sand Tray Therapy.

— Carmina Blasko, Licensed Professional Counselor in Monument, CO

For kids and adults! We will explore your inner world, what is just below the surface of your consciousness, and bring to light what’s been here all along. Sometimes we need to get out of our analytical thinking mind and into our imagination to explore symbolism and see and feel how our patterns and mechanical ways of thinking and being impact us on a daily basis. Sandtray is a fun creative way to get distance between ourselves and the heavy gunk we’ve been lugging around in our psyches.

— Dena Ehrlich, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate in Oakland, CA

Sand tray is taking figurines and placing them in a tray in a way that feels right to the client. There is valuable information that can immerge from the types of figurines, and the placement that can help indicate areas that need healing in a client. Together, Aimee works with the client to address the topics brought up in the sand tray.

— Aimee Christensen, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in Meridian, ID

Sandtray is an expressive therapy that uses a tray of sand and a set of figures to create scenes that reflect one's inner experience including those experiences that are pre-verbal or the person may have no words to express. When these experiences can be expressed they can then be transformed.

— Hyacinth Morgan, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Fort Lauderdale, FL