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Continuing Education

Dream Work in Clinical Practice
Course Description

Using the premise "only the dreamer knows the meaning of the dream," dream work becomes a process of inquiry, exploration, and not interpretation. Clinicians with no prior training in dreams can still effectively address clients' dreams. Working with nightmares can alleviate symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder and other psychological disturbances. Dreams can be diagnostic of psychological and even physical disorders, and be a forum for problem solving, creativity, and behavioral change. An overview of dream research, neuropsychology, and theories will be covered. Attendees can participate being in a dream group to practice specific techniques immediately applicable to their clinical practice.

Instructor Biography

Virginia Bennett, PhD, is a psychologist in private practice in Berkeley, California, specializing in hypnosis and dreams. She integrates cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic, and transpersonal approaches. For over ten years, she has taught graduate level psychology courses. She has kept a dream journal and studied dream work for over 40 years.
Course Information
January 27, 2018
Saturday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Berkeley campus, Room 216
APA, CAMFT, RN
Instructor(s): Virginia Bennett
PhD
Credit Hours: 7
Course #: CEB2006
Fee: $175.00
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