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I am trained in both Foundations and Advanced Techniques in Sand Tray Play Therapy, including the use of Sandtray to resolve trauma, virtual uses of Sand Tray, and the combination of EMDR & Sandtray techniques. Trauma affects the area of the brain dedicated to speech and reason, making it hard to fully process using only words. Sand Tray is a great tool for all ages (children through adults) that can allow you to process past events using your creative right brain.

— Jamie Martos, Therapist in Helendale, CA

I have studied using sand tray therapy and have used it often in my work over the past few years. I receive supervision for my sand tray work with clients.

— Lauren Krzyzaniak, Licensed Professional Counselor in Farmington Hills, MI
 

I received training in sand-tray and was supervised under a sand-tray therapist as well.

— Mariesa Hipolito, Counselor in Plymouth, MN

Especially for children, using objects in a sand tray can be a more effective pathway for expression than hard-to-find words. Relational configurations in the sand can also enable experimenting with moves that can get us unstuck and bring relief.

— W Ellen Raboin, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist
 

I have received a great deal of training in sandtray therapy and use it frequently in my work with clients.

— Savannah McCall, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Harrisburg, IL

I have hours of training in sand tray therapy and experience integrating sand tray therapy in treatment with children, adolescents, and adults.

— Anthony Dimitrion, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Ridgewood, NJ
 

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
 

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 utilize Sand Tray Therapy as an expressive technique and intervention to tap into the non-verbal, emotional and creative side of the brain. Clients use a variety of miniatures placed in a sand tray to symbolically identify and work through thoughts, feelings, behaviors, conflicts and struggles. Most people are able to gain new perspectives and insights that are quite meaningful for them.

— Lori Allen, Licensed Professional Counselor in West Monroe, LA