Introduction: Dream Interpretation has always been a central part of psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic therapy. While there has been a great deal of research into dreams and sleep since the publication of his masterpiece The Interpretation of Dreams in 1900, no one has really made significant changes in Freud’s basic approach to discovering the meaning of dreams and the techniques for doing that.
This is a link of an interview with Amy Cope on Dream Interpretation here
Dreams have fascinated us throughout history. In our work, dreams are an important way for us to access deep levels of meaning in your life. I encourage clients to bring their dreams to sessions and we will work together to discover their complex and multiple meanings.
My consistent experience has been that patients who regularly bring in their dreams are the ones whose progress is most remarkable.
There is no better way to expedite the transformation of unconscious thoughts and feelings to conscious awareness. The work may be difficult and challenging but if approached from the perspective of play and possibilities and not dogmatic judgment, much progress can be achieved.
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