Sandplay I (30th April to 13th May 2015)-CLOSED until further notice.


Introduction & Foundations (Conducted by Dr. Barbara A. Turner)

10 Days – 70 Hours

Timing: 30th April to 13th May 2015 (No trainings on weekends)

• Introduction to Sandplay Therapy – 21 hours
• Symbols in Sandplay – 7 hrs
• Tracking the Process of Psychic Change in Sandplay – 7 hrs
• Sandplay With Children & Adults – 14 hrs
• In-Depth Sandplay Case Study: Application of Principles & Theory to Participant Case Work – 21 hrs

Early Bird Special: $2,800* (Payment must be received 31st Dec 2014)-Extended to 10th Jan 2015
Original Fee: $3,200

This course is intended for licensed psychotherapists and mental health clinicians, graduate and post graduate students of psychology or mental health professional. Course entrance is upon application.

Click HERE for our Training Application Form and send it to for processing.

*For clearance of doubt, enrollment is confirmed only when payment is received.

Registration is CLOSED until further notice.

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15 replies

  1. May I know the dates & time for the course?thank you

    • Hi Celine,

      The course lasts for 10 working day excluding weekends.

      Each time, the training takes approximately 9 hours a day (9am – 6pm) with interval and breaks.

      It starts on the 8th July and ends on the 19th July.

      Hope this helps! Feel free to let us know should you have more questions.


  2. “This course is intended for licensed psychotherapists and mental health clinicians, graduate and post graduate students of psychology or mental health professional.” I am not in your list of requirement. I am just interested to know about this course to understand more about children. I have a Diploma in Montessori Education (Early Childhood) & an executive Diploma in Child Psychology , Can I apply for this course?

    • Dear Celine,

      Thank you for replying. Yes, you may apply for the course. Simply download the registration form and send it to for processing.

      The course is designed to educated you on Sandplay and how it helps mental development. It will equip you to use this tool for a child’s development as well. However, it is not designed to help you understand more about children. Rather, it is designed to train you in matters of Sandplay Therapy which you can use at your workplace.

      We have a talk coming up on the 6th July 2013 (An Introduction to Sandplay Therapy), 2pm-5pm. You may want to enter this seminar first before committing yourself to the course. Click here:

      Hope this helps! 🙂

  3. I am currently working in JB , and I am keen to learn this course. Thank you for your advice, but if I enter this seminar first, to my understanding, if I miss the Early Bird Special (before 11 June 2013: $2,600), I will not be able to enjoy the discount =(, right?
    Second question , due to the transaction of currency payment, I would refer to pay you at the centre instead of credit card, is that possible ? thanks

    • Hi Celine,

      Yes, you can pay at the centre if that is your preference. Alternatively, you can send a check over.

      In order to enjoy the early bird special, I suggest you fill up the application form as soon as possible. We see the date of application.

      Hope this helps!


  4. Hi, I am interested to apply for the Sandplay 1 in the next run. I am a social worker and I would like to learn about sandplay to help my clients. Can you update me via email when the next run is starting? Thank you so much.

  5. I was trying to send the application to but the mail could not be delivered. Is that the only way for the registration?

  6. I was trying to send in the application but the account does not work. Can you please let me know how can I register?

  7. Hi Is there an opportunity to receive funding?

    • Thank you for writing in Puva.

      We are sorry but we do not quite understand your question.

      If you are talking about us helping practitioners to fund their course, we do not do that.

      However, we know of our students seeking government grants or from their respective schools they are housed in to help them fund the courses conducted by us.

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