Training in Sandplay Therapy is now available in Australia with the Australia New Zealand Sandplay Therapy Institute (ANZ-STI).
ANZ-STI provides a unique intensive training program which brings a deep understanding of theory, practice and presence in Sandplay Therapy as devised by Dora M Kalff, informed by the work of CG Jung.
The ANZ-STI program is the only complete curriculum offered in Australia which meets learning requirements for international Certification as a Sandplay Therapist with ISST.
ANZ-STI promotes and offers the study of Sandplay as developed by Dora Kalff. It provides ordered, in-depth and systemic study of sandplay for practitioners committed to exploring the intricate workings of the human psyche, trauma-recovery, the activation of Self-healing, and the development of the personality.
ANZ-STI Training Program
The ANZ Sandplay Therapy Institute Program 2017 provides quality professional training for counsellors, therapists, pyschologists, social workers, psychiatrists, pastoral counsellors, play therapists and advanced trainees in these professions.
The core ANZ-Sandplay Therapy Institute curriculum covers all essential aspects of Sandplay Therapy training. This includes clinical approach and requirements, Jungian psychology, the development of symbolic thinking, mythology and dreamwork, sandplay stages, structure, form and therapeutic progression. The program is integrated with clinical sandplay case material of children and adults. The weekend seminars are taught by Sandplay Therapy Teachers of International standing, [see 2017 Teaching Faculty]
Completion of ANZ-STI’s training program meets the coursework requirements for ISST certified membership.
All weekend seminars will be presented in 2017 in Macquarie Street, Sydney, close to bus, train and parking, several accommodation and dining options.
Prerequisite learning, Fundamentals of Sandplay Therapy, is available either on-line or in one 12 hour weekend learning program. An additional option for program entry will be presented in Melbourne on 18 February, 2017.