chapter  2
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Memories of Kay Bradway's supervision group


For most sandplayers the time arrives when a strong urge emerges to teach sandplay. We want to share with others what sandplay is all about. We are smitten. Something as powerful and fascinating as sandplay calls upon us to do this. But how do we become good teachers? How do we learn to communicate the complexities of sandplay ± the theoretical, the numinous and the practical? How do we teach creating a ``free and protected'' space?