Sandplay for Life

Sandplay Sanctuary

  • Use a private workshop to address:

  • –  Life transitions
  • –  Relationships
  • –  Career/Work matters
  • –  Divorce
  • –  Health challenges
  • –  Loss and grief

Private Workshops for an Individual or a Couple

Four 1 ½ hour sessions

Completed within three months

Schedule negotiated

 

Individual: $795

Couple:       $895

Held at Sandplay for Life office in Berkeley, California

Pay now with your credit card, Paypal account is not required.

 

Private Intensive Retreat for an Individual or a Couple

The retreat format allows you to focus solely on your own needs, free from other demands. Time feels spacious when you deeply immerse yourself in your internal world and have time to rest. We suggest the nearby Claremont Hotel with spa, pool, fitness center, tennis.

Four 1 ½ hour sessions

Completed within three days

 

Individual: $795

Couple:       $895

Held at Sandplay for Life office in Berkeley, California

 

Day One: One opening Sandplay Session

Day Two: Two deepening Sandplay Sessions

Day Three: One final Sandplay Session

 

Pay now with your credit card, Paypal account is not required.
 

The Big Years:  An Educational Workshop

For Parent and Young Adult Child (18-25 years)
Four 1 ½ hour sessions

Schedule negotiated

Parent and Child: $895

Held at Sandplay for Life office in Berkeley, California

 
C.G. Jung: “The most damaging thing to children is the unlived lives of their parents."

Moving from a parent-child relationship to an adult-adult relationship is tricky business; the arc of human development forces change and growth simultaneously on each generation.


This passage happens only once.

Use this passage to lay a strong foundation for the future.


Sandplay offers a neutral space for necessary communication..

Hard-to-articulate feelings are expressed safely.

New boundaries are negotiated peacefully.

 

After the initial workshop, many generational pairs use Sandplay sessions 2-4 times a year as a way to stay on track through this important transition.


Developmentally, these are Big Years.

 

The young adult child:

Separates from family

Moves toward independence

Ambivalently still needs a parent

Chooses his/her life’s work

Perhaps chooses a life partner

 

The parent:

Both supports and withdraws

Sets new boundaries

Must embrace choices he/she might not make

Perhaps defines a new “in-law” role

Creates a vibrant sense of self separate from parenthood

“A ‘novice’ adult struggles to find his place in society; early adulthood may be the most dramatic of all eras.”


– Daniel J. Levinson, The Seasons of
    a Man’s Life

Pay now with your credit card, Paypal account is not required.

 

Single Sandplay Session

1 ½ hour session

Scheduled as needed

$300

 

Held at Sandplay for Life office in Berkeley, California

Pay now with your credit card, Paypal account is not required.

Call today to make an appointment: 510-845-0999