I'm training to be a play therapist & I like to do a technique known as "sand tray" with kids of all ages, from 5-75! In sand tray, a client puts items in a small tray of sand (hence, the name) about 18"x12" (or "45cm x 30cm" for my more "Northern" of my North American siblings! Go Canada!) to represent their life, their family, their preferred future, etc. Here's the rules for the therapist: There's no "expert knowledge" here - you can't "know" what something means w/o the client telling you! Respect a person's tray, it's sacred, treat it as such, and honor it like the person. Let the client explain what it means. Take pictures of it so you can see how they change throughout the therapy sequence. With this in mind (and please be mindful of what you share as this is a public forum), what do your TFs say about you? Further, no one tell others what they mean - only the person can say what their TFs mean for themselves!