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For our Winter 2015 program, we are very pleased to present

Richard J. Sweeney

Understanding Dreams: Part One

January 24, 2015
9:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
33 W. Dixon, Dayton OH

Cost: $45 if pre-paid on or before January 22, 2014
$55 if paid after January 22, 2014

Other ways to register:

  • Print/mail registration form
  • In-person registration begins 20 min. early on the day of the workshop

This workshop will provide an overview of a Jungian approach to dream interpretation. We will present basic principles for understanding the symbolic language of dreams. We will also consider the dramatic structure of dreams as well as the underlying psychodynamics reflected in various types of dreams, e.g. compensatory, prospective, traumatic dreams, etc.

We will proceed to examine frequent dream images, motifs and situations. Suggestions will be given concerning the remembering, amplification and utilization of dreams in furthering one’s personal development. Finally, we will explore how dreams can be used as a diagnostic tool in understanding the nature and potential transformation of psychological conflicts.

Coming Soon

Understanding Dreams: Part Two

April 11, 2015
(Attendance at Part One is recommended but not required.)

Part Two will be a wonderful opportunity to bring forward dream images or questions about dreams and to witness dreamwork principles in action. This workshop is designed to provide time for Richard Sweeney to respond to dreams or dream segments presented by participants. In the process of responding to these dreams he will illustrate various elements of dream interpretation discussed in the Part One workshop.

About the Presenter

Richard Sweeney, Ph.D. is a Jungian psychoanalyst and licensed professional clinical counselor in private practice in Columbus and Cincinnati. He holds a doctoral degree in psychology and religion from the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley and a diploma in analytical psychology from the C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich, where he remains a member of its international faculty wing.

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The bibliography from our Fall 2014 program is now available - Fairy Tale Interpretation Bibliography