Sandplay with Young Children: Archetypal, Developmental and Transference Issues, 2014

A Workshop in Jungian Psychology and Sandplay Therapy
by Liza Ravitz,
PhD, JA, CST-T.

Day & Time: March 16, 2014 (Sun) 10:00am~5:30pm
Venue: Magis Hall, Wah Yan College, 56 Waterloo Road, Kowloon

DRAWINGIn the morning Liza will talk about both archetypal and developmental aspects of working with young children as well as issues in the transference and countertransference. In the afternoon she will present a 5 years old boy with separation anxiety and OCD symptoms. We will look at the whole process of the therapy sessions including sandplays and transference interplays. It is very unusual to have a sandplay presentation on young children, and will be helpful to those who work with young children as well as those working with teens and adults.
Liza J. Ravitz, Ph.D. is a Child and Adult Jungian Psychoanalyst and Clinical Psychologist. She is a certified teaching member of the International Society for Sandplay Therapy and a member analyst of the C.G. Jung Institute in San Francisco (IAAP). Her title includes being Professor at Sonoma State University, California, USA and Senior Consulting and Supervising Doctorate Level Psychologist, USA. Liza works with children and adults, conducts consultation groups, presents workshops and teaches and trains therapists both nationally and internationally. At present, she is the visiting Professor at Shih Chien University, Taipei, and visiting Jungian Psychoanalyst of the Taiwan Jungian Developing Group in Taiwan. Click here to download form

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