We offer a variety of workshops and seminars
MyMove Counselling host workshops in dreamwork for practicing counsellors, psychotherapists and students who want to learn about dream therapy and apply these skills and techniques into their clinical practice.
This dreamwork workshop will explore the theory, approaches and practical skills of working with dreams in practice, either with individuals, groups or for personal development.
Topics covered in our workshop include:
Culture and dreams
Dreams and children
Health issues and dreams
Nightmares and paranormal dreams
Purpose of dreams
Rapid Eye Movement (REM) in sleep and dream
Unconscious issues in dreams
This dreamwork workshop is based on a pluralistic approach to dreamwork and will cover a philosophical and psychological approach, leading to modern methods and theories of working with dream material.
A curiosity about dreamwork is the only requirement you need to attend a workshop that is not dependent on previous experience. Participants will also have the opportunity to work on their own dreams throughout the programme.
Benefits Of Dreamwork Psychology
Decrease in general client symptoms and levels of depression
Enhanced therapeutic outcomes
Increase in existential well-being
Support your own psychological wellbeing
Art therapy can promote growth and positive change in people of all ages and abilities. Art therapists work with a wide variety of client groups and in different settings including, but not limited to:
Art therapists work in a variety of settings, including:
Statutory and voluntary organisations
Healthcare and social services
Do I have to have a background in counselling to attend the dreamwork psychology workshop?
No. Our workshop is open to everyone, from counsellors and psychotherapists to those simply wanting to learn about their dreams. MyMove Counselling look forward to welcoming you to our future workshops.
Do MyMove Counselling provide clinical supervision for client related dreamwork therapy?
Yes. A counselling supervisor will be available to conduct clinical supervision as a method for reflection and monitoring of your newly acquired skills in dreamwork.