Introduction to Sandplay

INTRODUCTION TO SANDPLAY

Friday, August 14, 2015

PRESENTED BY: Shannon K. Yockey, LCSW, CST
TIME: 9AM – 4 pm
LOCATION: 109 Coronado Court, Building 7, Fort Collins, CO  80525

Playing-with-Sand

Learn how to use sandplay
in your practice.
Join us for a fun day learning about sandplay theory and practical applications in clinical practice. 

 

We will explore the history of sandplay, view and discuss sandplay case material, and engage in personal experiences of sandplay both individually and within the group setting. 

By the end of this training, participants will be able to:

  1. Set up your own sandplay collection
  2. Begin using sandplay in your practice
  3. Understand the importance of Symbols
  4. Understand some basic concepts in Jungian sandplay theory
  5. Explain clinical process in sandplay


Shannon Yockey LCSW, CST is a licensed clinical social worker with over 20 years’ experience working with children and families in mental health agencies, church communities, overseas military, and currently, private practice. She works with children, teens, and adults utilizing a variety of highly effective and creative counseling methods including EMDR, Sandplay therapy, and mindfulness practices.  She is a certified sandplay therapist,  EMDRIA approved consultant and EMDR certified  therapist. She has presented nationally on sandplay and EMDR and specializes in attachment, child and family conflict, early childhood trauma, anxiety and life transitions. ​

To reserve your space for this FULL DAY workshop, you will need to complete these two steps:

STEP 1) Complete an online registration form for this workshop:
Online Registration: CLICK HERE 
 
STEP 2) Choose and submit a payment for this FULL DAY workshop:
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If you have further questions or need assistance, please email Shannon at shannonyockey@gmail.com.

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