Wisdom of the dreams - how to use dreamwork in therapy
About this CPD workshop
CPD workshop for psychotherapists, counsellors and psychologists interested in dreamwork for their personal and professional development.
“Dreams show us how to find meaning in our lives, how to fulfil our own destiny, and how to realize the greater potential of life within us.” - Marie Louise von Franz
This interactive, experiential workshop will assist you in learning about the nature of dreams, their symbolic language, purpose and deeper meaning.
We will explore different methods for working with dreams. We will look at metaphors, images, symbols, archetypes, and how dreamwork can facilitate profound personal insight, growth and healing.
Through practicums, you will acquire a range of creative techniques that will increase your confidence and effectiveness when working with dreams in your therapeutic practice.
The workshop draws upon Jungian, Gestalt and Psychosynthesis approaches to dreamwork.
Dates and times
Two half-days as follows:
Dates: Friday 25 September and Friday 2 October
Time: 10:00 – 13:00 (both dates)
Cost: Standard £90 | Students £70
Credits: Six CPD hours
Meet: on-line via Zoom, a link will be sent when you book.
You will need: A pen, writing paper, and a dream – old or new, to work with during the day.
Handouts will be provided.
For more information please email me or call me on the number listed above.
What people say about this workshop:
"I found the workshop both fascinating personally and very useful for client work. I hope it is possible to continue the training in some way. There’s nothing I would change, thank you for your time and generous sharing of your experiences. " - Jo H. Psychotherapist MBACP, UKCP
"I found the dream workshop really profound both with work with clients and general conversations with friends and family. It strikes me how much dreams are mentioned in everyday conversation and therapeutic work and never really given the attention deserved. I have the impression that dreams are often associated with the ‘mystical’ or ‘spiritual’ that somehow allows the dreamer to either give their power away or be bewildered by. The workshop, by shining a light on this, was for me, grounding and insightful." - Gabrielle H. Psychosynthesis Therapist, MBACP
"Just wanted to express my gratitude for your training back in June. What you have given me through your training has enriched my insight and skills in my personal life and psychotherapy practice." - Jolanta C. Psychotherapist, PsychD, MBACP
Hosted by Dragana Djukic
Dragana Djukic BSc, MA (Psych) is a Psychosynthesis psychotherapist, Supervisor, Mindfulness teacher and scholar. She brings the knowledge of neuroscience, psychology and mindfulness to her work. She has a keen interest in dreams and their application into therapy. Prior to her training in psychotherapy, she received a BSc in Quantum Physics.