• International Association for Expressive Sandwork

    International Association for Expressive Sandwork

    Expressive Sandwork

    “... I realized that nobody was judging me."

     

     

     

     

     

  • International Association for Expressive Sandwork

    Trabajo Expresivo con Arena

    “During this project I could open up, unburden myself"

     

     

     

     

     

  • International Association for Expressive Sandwork

    Sandwork Expresiv

    “I won`t forget this project and when I grown-up I will volunteer somewhere too."

     

     

     

     

     

  • International Association for Expressive Sandwork

    表达性沙游工作

    “This project calmed me, I`m not as hasty and rash as before...."

     

     

     

     

     

  • International Association for Expressive Sandwork

    الجمعية الدولية للعمل التعبيري بالرمل

    “It mattered very much for me that somebody cared about me, even if she didn`t say so."

     

     

     

     

     

Expressive Sandwork is a therapeutic method for children from age 5 to 15 and has been implemented successfully and with continuity in a variety of environments, in public and private institutions, because the method is not problem oriented.

Expressive Sandwork is

non invasive,
non directive,
non verbal,
intercultural,
resource oriented,
based on free symbolic play,
  • non invasive,
  • non directive,
  • non verbal,
  • intercultural,
  • resource oriented,
  • based on free symbolic play,

and therefore a wide range of children’s problems and needs can be met.

Expressive Sandwork is based on voluntary work and has a high

cost efficiency
replicability
sustainability
  • cost efficiency
  • replicability
  • sustainability

English

xpressive Sandwork is a trans-cultural, non-verbal method of therapeutic care for situations in which individual psychotherapy is not available. It is based on the work of volunteers who are trained by certified IAES trainers and who are supported by the latter throughout the project. The method itself is an adaption of Margaret Lowenfeld's World Technique and Dora Kalff's Sandplay Therapy and is based on the theoretical foundations of C.G. Jung. It is especially designed for emergency situations, disaster settings and long term interventions in vulnerable communities.

Its goal is to help children and adults to activate a process of psychological self regulation, using their own creative potential.

Spanish

El Trabajo Expresivo con Arena es una método de apoyo psicológico grupal, de carácter prevalentemente no verbal. Ha sido puesta en práctica en varios países del mundo a partir del trabajo de voluntarios o facilitadores entrenados por formadores certificados por la IAES. El método es una adaptación de la Técnica del Mundo de Margaret Lowenfeld y de la Terapia del Juego de Arena de Dora Kalff y está basado en los fundamentos teóricos de C.G.Jung. Está dirigido a niños y jóvenes que formen parte de comunidades en condición de vulnerabilidad o para situaciones de emergencia y desastre.

El objetivo es permitir el surgimiento de imágenes que favorezcan la reconexión con los propios recursos y capacidades recurriendo al potencial creativo.
xpressive Sandwork is a trans-cultural, non-verbal method of therapeutic care for situations in which individual psychotherapy is not available. It is based on the work of volunteers who are trained by certified IAES trainers and who are supported by the latter throughout the project. The method itself is an adaption of Margaret Lowenfeld's World Technique and Dora Kalff's Sandplay Therapy and is based on the theoretical foundations of C.G. Jung. It is especially designed for emergency situations, disaster settings and long term interventions in vulnerable communities.

Its goal is to help children and adults to activate a process of psychological self regulation, using their own creative potential.
l Trabojo expresivo con arena es una método de apoyo psicológico grupal, de carácter prevalentemente no verbal, que emplea el juego en una caja de arena. Está dirigida a ninos y jóvenes que formen parte de comunidades en condición de vulnerabilidad o para situaciones de emergencia y desastre. Es puesta en rática en varios paises del mundo a partir del trabajo de voluntarios o facilitadores que son entrenados por formadores certificados de la IAES. El método es una adaptación de la Técnica del Mundo de Margaret Lowenfeld y de la Terapia del Juego de Arena de Dora Kalff y está basado en los fundamentos teóricos de C.G.Jung.

El objetivo es permitir el surgimiento de imágenes que favorezcan la reconexión con los propios recursos y capacidades recurriendo al potencial creativo. Su base en procesos simbólicos, el acompanamiento empático y grupal, la constituyen en una herramienta transcultural.

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