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The Journal of Symbols and Sandplay Therapy (JSST) publishes Korean and English versions at the same time to share the latest research outcomes on clinical practice and theories in Sandplay Therapy with international Sandplay therapy communities as well as in Korea. In addition, this journal aims for easier access and exchange of Sandplay therapy research results by maintaining an open access policy. It publishes qualitative and quantitative research as research method. JSST also provides theoretical positions, case materials, symbol papers, and relevant topics from a wide range of developments in Sandplay Therapy. Sandplay Therapy is a therapeutic modality developed by Dora M. Kalff, in Zollikon, Switzerland. Sandplay is based on the psychological principles of C. G. Jung. JSST is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes three issues annually. Papers are welcome from researchers and therapists who work with clients in Sandplay or use Sandplay in integrated ways, with different approaches across various settings. Occasionally, the journal publishes special issues about topics that warrant a distinct focus relevant to the stated goals and scope of the publication. Furthermore, it invites papers from world-widely known and conducive experts.