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by Lois J. Carey


Family therapy that doesn't actively and intentionally engage children is not family therapy, notes Daniel Sweeney's extended introduction in support of Lois Carey's creative synthesis of sandplay therapy with a family systems.

Family therapy that doesn't actively and intentionally engage children is not family therapy, notes Daniel Sweeney's extended introduction in support of Lois Carey's creative synthesis of sandplay therapy with a family systems orientation.

Family therapy that doesn't actively and intentionally engage children is not family therapy, notes Daniel Sweeney's extended introduction in support of Lois Carey's creative synthesis of sandplay therapy with a family systems orientation

Family therapy that doesn't actively and intentionally engage children is not family therapy, notes Daniel Sweeney's extended introduction in support of Lois Carey's creative synthesis of sandplay therapy with a family systems orientation. Reminding us that we can only take clients as far as we ourselves have been able to go, Carey reveals her own very personal involvement with the process.

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Play therapy and family therapy both are well established therapeutic .

Play therapy and family therapy both are well established therapeutic paradigms. is the Director of the Center for Sandplay Studies, in Upper Grandview, New York, where she also has a private therapy practice with children and families.

The essentials of sandplay therapy are a specially proportioned sandtray, a source of water, shelves of miniatures . They come to it naturally.

They come to it naturally.

Home, Child and Adolescent Studies. Sandplay Therapy With Children and Families. Author(s) : Lois J. Carey. The book explores the theoretical foundations of the Jungian model of archetypal actualization through sand-play. Publisher : Jason Aronson. Pages : 240. Category : Child and Adolescent Studies. Category 2 : Jung and Analytical Psychology. ISBN 13 : 9780765701619. ISBN 10 : 0765701618. Also by Lois J. Expressive and Creative Arts Methods for Trauma Survivors.

Sandplay : Therapy with Children and Families.

Family therapy that doesn't actively and intentionally engage children is not family therapy, notes Daniel Sweeney's extended introduction in support of Lois Carey's creative synthesis of sandplay therapy with a family systems orientation. Reminding us that we can only take clients as far as we ourselves have been able to go, Carey reveals her own very personal involvement with the process. She explores the application of sandplay therapy as she learned it from Dora Kalff, among others, and shares her professional experience in a chapter on equipping the office with miniatures and also with cameras (for give-away Polaroids and for record-keeping slides) touching such bottom lines as how to deal with the mess and how to handle the theft of a figure. While Carey cites case examples, complete with pictures, to illustrate her use of sandplay in working with children, she also demonstrates that the medium appeals to the inner child in the adult. Moreover, the sandbox itself sets physical and symbolic limits that enhance therapy with family members, and the sandplay becomes a forum for alliances that the clinician can observe in action and intervene to restructure. Lois Carey makes the case effortless by teaching lessons bound to be welcomed by any professional looking for new tools or open to fresh perspectives.

Sandplay: Therapy with Children and Families epub download

ISBN13: 978-0765701619

ISBN: 0765701618

Author: Lois J. Carey

Category: Medical Books

Subcategory: Medicine

Language: English

Publisher: Jason Aronson, Inc. (April 1, 1999)

Pages: 206 pages

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TheJonnyTest
The book provided a good source of information for my play therapy test. The book was in good condition without any markings in the book by the previous owner.
TheJonnyTest
The book provided a good source of information for my play therapy test. The book was in good condition without any markings in the book by the previous owner.
AnnyMars
Lois Carey's book Sandplay Therapy with Children and Families is an interesting study of family therapy and play therapy in the sand. The core of her book focuses on families working in the sand with small miniatures and then the communications that result from their creations. She reviews family therapy and sandtray techniques and then brings these approaches together in her clinical examples. She shows us how we can use the sandtray and play therapy in our work with families to increase understanding, share feelings and communicate through the miniatures. This is a valuable contribution. A better title for the book, however, would have been Play Therapy with Families in the Sand. Her work does not hold to the basic theoretical principles of Sandplay Therapy. Sandplay is a Therapy developed by Dora Kalff that integrated the work of C. G. Jung and followed some of the principles of individuation that could be noted in a series of trays. Kalff and Jung honored the power of the unconscious and the healing that may be set in motion when the work of the unconscious unfolds through inagining. Carey mentions the archetypes but she does not show us how they work in and through our psyches. Nor does she show how the individuation process can include the integration of opposites on the path toward wholeness. This kind of integration can be seen in a series of trays that an individual creates in the process of Sandplay Therapy. Lois Carey's approach to working with families does not include a focus on the work of the unconscious and the unfolding of the imaginal that might occur in a series of sandtrays. The work of the family members in individual Sandplay Therapy and how the processes parallel, or differ from, each other might make an interesting study. This is not what Carey's book presents. Her book is a useful contribution that combines play therapy techniques and sandtray therapy in working with families.
AnnyMars
Lois Carey's book Sandplay Therapy with Children and Families is an interesting study of family therapy and play therapy in the sand. The core of her book focuses on families working in the sand with small miniatures and then the communications that result from their creations. She reviews family therapy and sandtray techniques and then brings these approaches together in her clinical examples. She shows us how we can use the sandtray and play therapy in our work with families to increase understanding, share feelings and communicate through the miniatures. This is a valuable contribution. A better title for the book, however, would have been Play Therapy with Families in the Sand. Her work does not hold to the basic theoretical principles of Sandplay Therapy. Sandplay is a Therapy developed by Dora Kalff that integrated the work of C. G. Jung and followed some of the principles of individuation that could be noted in a series of trays. Kalff and Jung honored the power of the unconscious and the healing that may be set in motion when the work of the unconscious unfolds through inagining. Carey mentions the archetypes but she does not show us how they work in and through our psyches. Nor does she show how the individuation process can include the integration of opposites on the path toward wholeness. This kind of integration can be seen in a series of trays that an individual creates in the process of Sandplay Therapy. Lois Carey's approach to working with families does not include a focus on the work of the unconscious and the unfolding of the imaginal that might occur in a series of sandtrays. The work of the family members in individual Sandplay Therapy and how the processes parallel, or differ from, each other might make an interesting study. This is not what Carey's book presents. Her book is a useful contribution that combines play therapy techniques and sandtray therapy in working with families.