Aim & Scope 

The International Journal of Jungian Sandplay Therapy (IJJST) is a creative, dynamic, contemporary journal with open access, publishing qualitative research, review articles, expert opinions, theoretical positions, case materials, symbol paper, and relevant topics from a wide range of developments in Sandplay therapy. Sandplay is the therapeutic modality developed by Dora M. Kalff, in Zollikon, Switzerland. It is based on the psychological principles of C. G. Jung. This is an international peer-reviewed journal publishing two issues annually. Papers are welcomed from researchers and therapists in Sandplay or therapists using Sandplay  in integrated ways with different approaches across setting such as private practice, schools, hospitals, welfare agencies, disaster areas, and more. Form time to time, the journal may publish special issues on topics warranting a distinctive focus relevant to the stated goals and scope of the publication,

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