The work of establishing and maintaining a meaningful and ongoing relationship with our dream life is a task that requires our continual attention. This lecture describes traditional and emerging methods of dreamwork that explore common dream themes, nightmares, archetypal images, and the recurring dream. Stephen Aizenstat also presents Dream Tending as a way of helping the dreamer establish and nurture a connection with the archetypal imagination as it manifests in dreams.
Stephen Aizenstat, Ph.D., is the founding president of Pacifica Graduate Institute. He is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and received his Ph.D. in that field from Fielding Institute in 1982. His areas of emphasis include depth psychology, dream research, and imaginal and archetypal psychology. Dr. Aizenstat’s original research centers on a psychodynamic process of “tending the living image,” particularly in the context of dreamwork. Dr. Aizenstat has conducted dreamwork seminars for over 25 years throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. See Dr. Stephen Aizenstat, website at www.dreamtending.com
Location: Main Library Auditorium
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