Dreams – how may these be explored in person-centred therapy?

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April 24, 2021 - April 24, 2021

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What fascinates me about the dreams that my clients bring to their sessions, is that the client often changes in their dream world before changing in their conscious, waking life. The rich world of dreams in both superficial and deep ways can provide a way of deepening understanding when the therapist is willing to take the client’s lead into the exploration of the story of the dream. Person-centred practitioners may enjoy exploring how dreams may be responded to without losing the self-directed nature of the therapeutic relationship. Participants are invited to bring along a dream to focus on during the day.


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