課程:沙遊治療初探

發布日期: 2019-09-13

Initial Exploration in Sandplay Therapy

Introduction

(Source: Hong Kong Sandplay Therapy Association)

Sandplay therapy is a hands-on, non-verbal psychological work which facilitates the psyche’s natural capacity for healing. It is useful to many client populations particularly with those who are not easily expressed their thoughts and feelings.

This workshop will provide a first-hand experience for mental health professionals who have heard about sandplay therapy but not yet experienced it. During the workshop, the participants will take part in a number of experiential activities to make contact with the sand, the figurines and their work with the sand. Furthermore, the basic theoretical background which makes sandplay therapy work will be shared. Also, the practical considerations and guidelines to set up sandplay therapy as well as case illustrations will be used throughout the workshop.

Objectives

After attending the workshop, it is expected that the participants will:

  1. Experience the connection with sand, figurines and the creation of a sandplay
  2. Achieve a basic understanding of the theoretical background of sandplay therapy
  3. Acquire the practical considerations and guidelines in setting up sandplay therapy

Contents

  • What is Sandplay Therapy?
  • Experiential exercise
  • Role of the therapist
  • How does sandplay work?

Course Details

Course Code : 19A-PE04
Date : 11 October 2019 (Friday)
Time : 0930 – 1730  (6 hours)
Venue : Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, 15 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Target Participants : Mental health professionals: social workers, counselors, psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists and academics
Class Size : 30
Language : Cantonese (supplemented with English)
Fees : $1,140,
$1,060 (Fees for HKCSS Agency Member Staff Only) 
Early Bird Fee: $920 (Payment received on/before 20 September 2019 for HKCSS Agency Member Staff Only)

Remarks

All participants are requested to bring the following materials to be used by themselves and shared with the group during the experiential activities:
1) 5 to 10 objects/figurines/miniatures*
2) A shoe box (or box similar to the size of a regular shoe box)
(*They may include the objects that the participants personally relate to and/or objects that exit in the universal. The size should be put within the shoe box.)

Apply via E-mail / FaxOnline Application

Trainers

Dr Ruby K.S. MUI 梅金嫦博士
PsyD(Clinical Psychologist)
Committee Member
Hong Kong Sandplay Therapy Association (HKSTA)

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Ms Brenda W.S. Koo 古詠思女士
R.S.W., C.T., B.S.W., M.Soc.Sc.
Honorary Secretary
Hong Kong Sandplay Therapy Association (HKSTA)

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*以上課程獲「小型機構能力發展津貼計劃」資助,符合資格的小型非資助社福機構職員,如於2019年9月20日或之前成功申請可以二折學費 #報讀,每個課程名額為 5 個。

# 關於「小型機構能力發展津貼計劃」資助條件:凡申請者工作之機構年度經常開支少於一千萬港元,成功申請者可獲八成學費資助,即以二折學費報讀課程。

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