Wisdom of the Dream: A Jungian Approach to Dream Interpretation On-Site Training
Don't miss this unique opportunity to meet certified Jungian Psychoanalyst, Dr. Howard Tyas, and discover C.G. Jung's theoretical foundation for the practice of dream interpretation!
Dreaming is a universal and well-documented human phenomenon. It has now been proven conclusively that not only do we dream every night, but we must dream in order to maintain a healthy psychological equilibrium. This fact did not escape the ancients, who devised sacred places, rituals, traditions and guides, all designed to employ dreams as one tool to foster a degree of healing for those suffering physically and mentally. Most people are very familiar with those nocturnal nightmares that command our attention in a dramatic and disturbing manner. Other dreams are less frightening, but no less perplexing. What meaning do they carry for one's life? How is one to understand their cryptic, symbolic and often seemingly nonsensical language? Can they really bring a sense of healing to someone who is hurting? At the beginning of the twentieth century, with the advent of modern psychology, C.G. Jung was rediscovering the scientific and therapeutic value of dreams.
What You'll Learn
What People Are Saying About the Class
"Dr. Tyas is knowledgeable, creative, and insightful; he connects with participants and teaches with authority." - Jenelle Spear, LMFT, LISW-CP, Spartanburg, S.C.
"Howard hits the ground running with high spirits; presents with an ability to touch the profound; completely engaging. I recommend Dr. Tyas to all my colleagues." - James Green, LPC, Charlotte, NC
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