Dream Work

While it is not necessary to remember one's sleeping dreams in order to benefit from Jungian psychotherapy, dreams can offer us enormous wisdom and provide new vantage points from which to view ourselves and our world. Rather than interpreting, we can imaginally reenter the dream and dream it on until it begins to unlock its meaning. This technique, which was developed by Jung and his colleagues, is known as Active Imagination. It can be done alone or in a group. Sarah is experienced in both, and greatly enjoys helping people to navigate this complex but richly rewarding terrain.

While it is not necessary to remember one's sleeping dreams in order to benefit from Jungian psychotherapy, dreams can offer us enormous wisdom and provide new vantage points from which to view ourselves and our world. Rather than interpreting, we can imaginally reenter the dream and dream it on until it begins to unlock its meaning. This technique, which was developed by Jung and his colleagues, is known as Active Imagination. It can be done alone or in a group. Sarah is experienced in both, and greatly enjoys helping people to navigate this complex but richly rewarding terrain.

Dream Work