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Announcement

Due to coronavirus, the course “The Five Ws in Sandplay Therapy Training” from Mar 18 to Apr 29, 2020 will be postponed to the later part of the year. The new dates will be announced.

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Notice for the Ninth Annual General Meeting, 2020

It is  to inform you that the Ninth Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Hong Kong Sandplay Therapy Association will be held on 25 March 2020 at 7:00 pm. It will be followed by our March Study Group looking into … Continue reading

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HKSTA Study Group

Happy Chinese New Year! In our February Study Group, we will look at the dog symbol.  The dog is the first domesticated animal and is commonly associated with loyalty and vigilance.  Often acting as guardian and protector, dogs are portrayed … Continue reading

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HKSTA The Five Ws in Sandplay Therapy Training 2020

HKSTA will offer a training course in sandplay therapy for beginners from Mar to Apr 2020. We have offered this course twice since 2018 and has received remarkably positive feedback. This course will provide the practical considerations and guidelines for … Continue reading

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HKSTA Study Group will meet online

HKSTA Study Group will meet online due to the public health crisis caused by the coronavirus. In order to minimize the risk of infection and safeguard the health of our members, we will have our first online study group in … Continue reading

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HKSTA Study Group December 2019

In December’s study group, Ruby Mui will lead us to study a book chapter from how Sandplay heals trauma from a neuropsychological perspective, wrote by L Freedle. The non-verbal, depth oriented, and multi-sensory nature of Sandplay Therapy serves safe and … Continue reading

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HKSTA Study Group November 2019

We will look at the symbol of “tomb” in our November Study Group. This presentation concerns the topic of death in general and the symbol of the tomb in particular. An overview of the topic will be given first, including … Continue reading

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