A 6-Week Evening Dream Group for Writers, Poets, Artists, and Clinicians
Date – September 15th – October 20th
Time – Thursday evenings 7 PM – 9 PM
Cost – $180 Adults / $75 Students
Over the past two years, our lives have been altered. We have been forced to make significant changes. By looking at our present situation through the lens of dreams, it is believed that at the core of the stresses and fears that haunt us most, an agent of change can be found to transform our daytime problems and bring about a different sense of being alive.
Come join a small interactive, online dream group for writers, poets, artists, clinicians, and individuals interested in exploring one’s own and the dreams of others.
Dreams are the universal language of the soul. In this group, you will be guided to re-enter the landscape of your dreams. A slow and careful exploration of the images from various perspectives can lead to an increased depth of the creative imagination and a profound sense of one’s own humanity.
12 Social Work and MHC CEUs offered ($10)
Dates and Time:
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM (EST )(via Zoom)
September 15, 22, 29 and October 6, 15, 20, 2022
* If you are in a unique situation and do not have the financial resources to afford our fee, please email us at email@example.com
Jill Fischer, PsyA, APRN, BC, IAAP, is a Jungian Analyst and a board-certified advanced nurse practitioner with worldwide experience presenting papers and working with the dreams of individuals and groups both in-person and on the Internet. She is past president and a training and supervising analyst at the CG Jung Institute-New England. Jill has been a Preceptor/Lecturer for Yale University – School of Nursing and is presently the Director of Clinical Services at the Santa Barbara and Malinalco Healing Sanctuaries. Jill co-wrote the section on Embodied Imagination in Barrett, Diedre, and McNamara, Patrick, (editors), Encyclopedia of Sleep and Dreams [2 volumes]: The Evolution, Function, Nature, and Mysteries of Slumber, Greenwood, 2012.
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Lippmann, Paul. Nocturnes: On Listening to Dreams. Analytic Press, 2000.
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Patton, Kimberly. “A Great and Strange Correction: Intentionality, Locality, and Epiphany in the Category of Dream Incubation” History of Religions, 2004, pp. 194-223.
White, Judith and Jill Fischer. Embodied Imagination. The Encyclopedia of Sleep and Dreams, Barret, Deirdre and Patrick McNamara, (Eds.). Santa Barbara: Greenwood Press, ABC-CLIO, LLC, 2012, pp.244-247.
White, Judith. “Breaking The Psychic Cast: The Pain of Forward Movement,” Dreamtime Magazine, winter issue, published by The International Association for the Study of Dreams (2010) 8-11/30.
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