Sandplay therapy is a psychotherapeutic tool used with children and adults. The method consists of the client’s creation of a three-dimensional picture with miniature figures in a tray of sand in the protective presence of a trained practitioner. Sandplay as taught and practiced by the STS was developed by the late Jungian therapist, Dora M. Kalff, of Switzerland for use with children in Jungian therapy.
Sandplay®, the term describing the unique therapeutic method named by its founder, Dora Kalff, is now protected as a federally registered trademark of the Sandplay® Therapists of America™ (STA).
Sandplay Therapy Singapore is set up by Relationship Enhancement Institute to train, support, and promote professional development in Sandplay in the tradition of Dora Kalff based on the theories of C.G. Jung.