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JSST. 2020;11(2): 79-112.         doi: https://doi.org/10.12964/jsst.20008
Children With Parent-Child and Peer Relationship Problems Sandplay Therapy Case Study
YounSoo Park
Doctoral candidate, Department of Child Welfare, Namseoul University
부모-자녀 및 또래 관계 문제를 가진 아동의 모래놀이치료 사례연구
박윤수
남서울대학교대학원 아동복지학과 박사수료
Corresponding Author: YounSoo Park ,Email: youn4992@hanmail.net
Received: September 30, 2020; Revised: December 15, 2020   Accepted: December 23, 2020.  Published online: December 31, 2020.
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ABSTRACT
The child in this case was not separated from the mother due to unstable attachment, which delayed the ego-development of autonomous and independent school age. The mother child was unable to express his or her feelings and intentions voluntarily and had a strong tendency to depend on the mother, which limited the experience of positive communication with others. It aims to heal the experience of attachment trauma and promote ego-development and growth of delayed children through sandplay.17 sessions were conducted over 6 months, and a total of 17 sand photos are included in this case. In the process of improving self-relationships along with ego-development while playing sand, children have improved their ability to form intimate relationships through social development. The way a child expresses his or her intentions to a friend in a language is that the child overcomes the problem of damaged attachment and emotional control of Mowa through the sandplay. He showed the appearance of entering into a peer relationship through the separation of Mowa. Through the experience of the relationship with the therapist who endures and contains the child, the child is able to resolve and adapt to the conflict in the social environment while maintaining a stable emotion. As a result, children showed positive changes in their ability to accept themselves and others, develop emotional regulation, and improve school adaptation.
Keywords: Early Relationship | Sandplay therapy | ego development | attachment
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