Sandplay Therapy Supervision Group

In sandplay therapy training, supervision group is more advanced as it requires the students to present their sandplay therapy case materials. In group, different responses from group members will be brought together to inquire into what is being presented. This may lead to significant insights and fruitful learning experience. In June, HKSTA will offer four supervision groups and it will be a closed group. Eight members of the group will have the opportunity to take up one and a half hours to present one case. In sandplay therapy training, one of the requirements to become a certified ISST sandplay therapist is supervision hours. Out of the minimum 80 hours of individual and group supervision with a Teaching Member, 50 hours of group supervision will be acceptable provided the student presents their own material on at least 10 occasions with the group supervision hours. This may be a good chance for you to present your case in a group.

Supervisor: Amy Leung Wai Yin, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist,
Certified Sandplay Therapist and Teaching Member (ISST)
Dates: June 2, 9, 23, 30 (four Fridays in June) from 2:30 to 5:30 pm
Venue: Season Comm. Bldg., 5/F, 3 Humphreys Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui., Kowloon.
Fee: HK$2,000 for four groups    Number of Participants: 10

Supervisor: Amy Leung Wai Yin, Ph.D., Registered Clinical Psychologist, Certified Sandplay Therapist & Teaching Member, International Society for Sandplay Therapy (ISST). Dr. Leung completed her professional training in the United States and received her Ph.D. degree in clinical psychology. Her journey in sandplay therapy began in 1992 and she has continued to pursue her training in both Jungian psychology and sandplay therapy since then. She works as a clinical psychologist in the Progression Psychological Practice and regularly teaches sandplay therapy and the use of dreams in clinical work. She is the current Chairperson of the Hong Kong Sandplay Therapy Association (HKSTA).

Enquiry: 2311-2512 or hksta2009@gmail.com.

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