Supervision Groups

Once Sandplay therapists begin to work, it is essential that there be continued supervision of their case work to help deal with unforeseen problems and questions which invariable arise, and to guide them to see the material being revealed in each sand tray, and in the process. This is important as a confirmation experience of the depth and complexity of a sand tray image, and a Sandplay process....

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Ongoing Training Groups

Two models of Sandplay Therapy Training programs have evolved in ISTA to provide professionals with the theoretical, practical, and experiential learning required for ISTA and ISST membership.    Several teaching members of ISTA have adapted a relatively distributed model of Sandplay Therapy Training that follow the model of the original ISTA training program and offers  three year training programs.    The training through the Seminar Kibbutizim offers relatively intense two year programs.   At the time of this writing (Fall, 2011) there are four ongoing training groups: in Jerusalem (Porat and Meltzer); two in Tel Aviv (Steinhardt), and (Porat and Amity); and in Moshav Nir-Ysrael (Meltzer and Porat)..
This academic year (2011-2012) tentatively two new entry level Sandplay therapy training  groups are being planned:...

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