Sand Tray Therapy

Sand Tray Therapy is useful for people of any age. It allows you to bypass your logical mind and access your unconscious mind and creativity and the use of sand soothing and healing.  We use toys, play-doh and building bricks to enable you to use your creativity to explore your issues and find solutions.  The Sand Tray is of your own design and you control what goes into the tray and what you move and take out.  By making changes to your thoughts, emotions, and attachments you can find healing and develop new strategies.


What Kind of Issues Does Sand Tray Therapy Help With?

  • Relationship Issues.
  • Grief and Bereavement.
  • Trauma.
  • Connecting with your Inner Child.
sand tray therapy
sand tray therapy

How It Works

Our sand trays are rectangular boxes filled with sand and we have a box full of different toys, characters, and figurines including animals, play-doh, and building bricks.

During a therapy session, you will place different toys in the Sand Tray where you can create an imaginary world or your current life space where the toys represent different people, thoughts, beliefs, and feelings. The different characters can be placed on top or underneath the sand and the sand can be moved to create your own landscape.

How It Helps

Sand Tray Therapy is used when there is a stuckness, when talking about an issue is difficult or when creativity is the key to accessing your issues and solutions.

Booking Information

We offer face-to-face and online sessions so wherever you are in the world we can support you.  If you would like to speak to Maria or Tony about booking an appointment or you want to have a chat to find out what therapy is right for you and how you are feeling then you can either use the below contact form or email us directly at  All communication is confidential.

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