A Series of Classes Held on Four Monday Nights from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at The First Unitarian Church in Shaker Heights
Dates: A series of four Mondays – 1/10, 2/14, 3/7 & 4/25
Cost: $160 Members | $180 for Non-Members
Event Summary: This series introduces the foundational Dream concepts of Jungian Analytical Psychology. Our inner wisdom speaks to each of us in a unique and individual way through our dreams. The messages are specific, broadening our awareness and correcting imbalances. They are evidence of a teaching, purposeful knowing and guiding Self.
Participants will bring their dreams, dream fragments and dream images. As a group, we will explore and reflect on the rich treasures within.
- Each session will include a experiential opportunity to work with personal dream material
- 6 CEUs are available for participants upon completion of the series
- All events are handicapped accessible
January 10, Application of Theoretical Dream Work Concepts
- Review basic concepts of dreamwork
- Identify elements in the dream that offer implications for potential development
- Recognize diagnostic and prognostic evidence
- Recognize how the image conveys meaning
February 14, Title Dream As a Connection to Our Unconscious
- Explore how the setting (exposition) conveys psychological/symbolic context, focus and theme
- Explore how peripeteia (development) conveys movement out of the problem
- Explore how crisis (impasse) conveys a high point of drama and the tension of opposites reaching their peak
- Explore how resolution (lysis) conveys ways in which the crisis could be resolved and provides a way out
March 7, How The Dream Promotes Self Discovery
- Examination of the symbolic language of the dream
- Exploration of the dreams role in the individuation process
- Understand the dream as it supports life with meaning in the modern world
April 25, Integration of Foundational Concepts in Personal Dream Work
- Experiential opportunity to use personal dream material for the purpose of integrating foundational concepts
- Explore issues of relationships and transference/countertransference plus how dreams facilitate the working through of old patterns which impede relationships
- Assess achievement of goals and objectives for the class
- Explore dreams as a vehicle for closure of group process
About the Presenters:
Barbara Friedman is a Jungian analyst, licensed psychologist and addictions counselor with over thirty years of clinical experience. She is a founding member of Jung Cleveland and has a private practice in Cleveland Heights, Ohio.
Jody Wainer is a Jungian analyst and Licensed Independent Social Worker. She has been in private practice since 1996. She is the former president of Jung Cleveland. Ms. Wainer is interested in increasing the visibility and understanding of Jungian thought and the support it can offer to our lives.
Update on Friday, February 4, 2011 by Jung Cleveland
Registration for this series is now closed. Thank you for your interest.