Since the 1950’s dreams have been seen more as a communication than as a means of disguise. We will explore all aspects of dream material, both manifest and latent content as it surfaces in associations. The class will use group process format to work directly with the dreams that are presented. Readings will include contemporary writings on the use of imagination and imagery in clinical practice, the intersubjective nature of dream exploration as well as Jung’s concepts of archetypes and the collective unconscious.

Instructor: Stefanie Teitelbaum
Place: TBA (212) 255-3284
Time: 8:30 pm -10:00 pm


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