Dream and Fantasy Integration: A Jungian Perspective

School of Professional Psychology and Health CMHW 5016 2.00

Course focuses on the role that dreams and fantasies play in our lives based on a Jungian approach. Concepts are derived from Native American history, Shamanic studies, mythology, fairy tales, and more. Basic tenents of Jungian theory will be learned initially, followed by special emphasis upon working with dreams and fantasies in psychotherapeutic work. Classroom exercises will serve to elaborate and amplify dream and fantasy material in a way that will deepen one's knowledge of how the unconscious world comes into play in our everyday lives. CMHW student

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