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Sandplay : one hero's journey (preadolescent male)

By: Mitchell, Rie Rogers
Material type: TextTextLos Angeles Xeroxed typescript 1992Description: iv, 53p.; ill.; bibliog.; addendumContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-415-10136-0Subject(s): Sandplay--Case studies | Sandplay--Technique | Symbolism (Psychology)Abstract: 'This case study analyzes 16 sand trays created over a period of nearly five years by David, who was 7.8 years old and in the second grade when he began therapy. During his journey, he moved from a deeply enmeshed position in his family to become more differentiated and independent. He struggled with difficult regressive forces: his mother's fear and overprotectiveness, his father's anger and rejection of David's timidity in the world, and his own sensitive nature and strong intuitive connection to his mother.'
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Prepared in partial fulfillment of the requirements for member5ship in the International Society for Sandplay Therapy.

'This case study analyzes 16 sand trays created over a period of nearly five years by David, who was 7.8 years old and in the second grade when he began therapy. During his journey, he moved from a deeply enmeshed position in his family to become more differentiated and independent. He struggled with difficult regressive forces: his mother's fear and overprotectiveness, his father's anger and rejection of David's timidity in the world, and his own sensitive nature and strong intuitive connection to his mother.'

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