Sandplay and the Psyche:
Edited by Brenda Weinberg and Nehama Baum, is a collection of writings by nine authors from the international Sandplay Therapy community. Contemplating how broad psychological and cultural landscapes become imbedded in our self-definitions, social relationships, and meaning-making in life, Weinberg and Baum invited seven other Sandplay practitioners to share their unique perspectives through their own and clients' visual images, stories, and narratives of personal experience. Authors responded by writing about landscapes of deep time, inner healing, fair witnessing and true listening, descent into despair, grief and chaos, the locus of therapy, and personal transformation and transformed realities. Through their exploration of inner landscapes and outer realities, authors illuminate how therapeutic presence, the merging of consciousness and the unconscious, and integration of ego and Self are involved in healing and development in Sandplay Therapy.