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About KSST

KSST was founded in 2006 to provide not only the academic development of Sandplay therapy but also clinical assistance to Sandplay therapists in Korea. It offers a variety of programs such as workshops with international Sandplay therapists twice a year, an annual symposium and consulting for symbol papers and more. In addition to this, KSST publishes the Journal of Symbols & Sandplay Therapy (JSST) every three times a year April, August and December. This journal mainly consists of articles on Sandplay therapy, symbols and analytical psychology. Above all, KSST continues to work hard to provide training for therapists who understand humans deeply and fosters the self-development of therapists through self-reflection and perseverance.

Message from the President of KSST

Welcome to the website of the Journal of Symbols and Sandplay Therapy of the Korean Society for Sandplay Therapy (KSST).

The KSST was founded by professors, therapists and co-workers who share a fascination for Sandplay therapy to provide clinical help to those who wish to overcome their problems or obtain insights into themselves, as well as to develop academic progress in Sandplay therapy.

It is unfortunate that many desire to become successful therapists in a short period of time with minimal effort. Hence this society will particularly focus on training therapists to understand the deep inner workings of humans. We look forward to witnessing the therapists grow through self-reflection and patience.

I would like to ask for your continuous interest and support in helping this society grow and fulfill its goals.

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