What Do Our Dreams Tell Us About Ourselves That We Don’t Already Know?
An Introduction To Jungian Dream Work
March 23 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pmPrepaid Cost: $85 – $100 Cost at the Door: $95
Presented by Michal Aizenman, L.P.C.C.
In this theoretical and experiential workshop we will practice, experience, learn about and discuss Jung’s approach to dream work. Using a dream presented, we will examine the structure of a dream, and ways of analyzing a dream from an objective as well as a subjective perspective. As we work-through a dream, we will weave together experience and theory as we learn about the building blocks dreams are made of, explain and practice Jung’s idea of Active Imagination, and demonstrate how dreams may be understood.
- Describe Jung’s approach to the process of dream work and what is unique about his approach.
- Describe what is meant by active imagination.
- Give an example of how to utilize active imagination in working with a dream.
- Describe what is meant by an objective perspective in dream analysis.
- Describe what is meant by a subjective perspective in dream analysis.
- Give an example of how a dream image can reflect and aspect of the unconscious.
Michal Aizenman, L.P.C.C., is a Jungian analyst in private practice in West Los Angeles. She trained as a clinical psychologist and Jungian analyst in Israel, where she worked in psychiatric hospitals, out-patient clinics and the military, in addition to her private practice. She has taught at Dartmouth College and at UCSC, and is currently teaching through the UCLA Extension Program as well as the Jung Institute in LA. Michal’s current interests are dreams and neuroscience. Michal teaches and lectures regularly on dreams and dreaming.
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