Duration : 2 days of 6 hours training plus breaks. Allow 8 hours in total for each day.
Usually held on a Saturday at a training venue in Eastbourne. Currently due to Covid19 social distancing restrictions places are limited to 6 people. This may increase to 10 when restrictions are eased. Next date Saturday 16th January 2021
Freud described dreams as a direct link to the unconscious. Through dreamwork we enable the exploration of clients dreams. Helping them to find meaning within the dreamscape. Through the vivid imagry and emotive elements of dreams and fantasy we can explore aspects of self usually hidden to the waking psyche. For the purpose of this training we will treat the dream as projections, as an exploration of experience and self.
Why do we dream
How elements of the dream are projections of self
Working with recurring dreams
How to work with dreams and fantasy
Memory techniques for working with dreams
Object relations within dreamscapes
Helping the client find meaning in the chaos
Power and responsibility in dreams
No. This is not a course in dream analysis. This is about helping the client find their own truth, not giving them your ideas of what the dream means. We will thoroughly discuss the pro's and con's of this approach during the training.
You can put this training toward your CPD requirements, but it is not an accredited part of another course, and will not count toward UCAS points. It is primarily for counsellors and therapists, in practice or in training, who wish to explore working with dreams and expand their professional skills and knowledge of this facinating subject.
If you, your study group, or organisation are looking for training which is not listed on this site, we may well be able to provide it so please call 07724 18 66 72 or email for a confidential discussion or to book a place on a course.