The double faced Roman Janus is the god of thresholds, who we identify with at the New Year when we stand between past and future, simultaneously aware of loss and potential . As sandplay therapists, Janus also represents the tension of opposites that we hold, not knowing what will emerge next. Standing in this threshold, we are neither here nor yet there, a moment that will pass quickly as time moves us.
This New Year invites us to be curious, seeking new perspectives and experiences. If you are curious about new developments and research in sandplay therapy, I invite you to listen to a recent interview with Dr.Lorraine Freedle on a Hawaiian program called Shrink Rap. Click the link and enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8GljRlv-HY8feature=youtu.be
We hope you will participate in our NCRSS Sandplay community. Keep informed with this monthly newsletter and on our website with information about membership, workshops and sandplay gatherings.
Welcome to 2018!
Ellen Searle LeBel, NCRSS President