Dreamwork Practices

Dream, Explore, Discover.

Listening to and sharing dreams encourages depth and insight; it can also help deepen social and cultural awareness. We learn through enquiry and discovery and integrate through practice.

Big Dreaming

A dreamer shares her personal transformational journey with dreamwork, reflecting on dreams, images and the nature of reality.

My Bird Dream

Transpersonal art therapist, Alexsandra White, shares a memorable dream and her dream artwork process. Read More

The Archetypal Woman Giving Birth Instructions

Elaine Kennis, counselor and dreamgroup facilitator shares a dream and dream practice:The Archetypal Woman giving Birth Instructions. Read More


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Study Your Dreams

Embodied Imagination 3 year Dreamwork Training Program commences March 2016.

Embodied Imagination 3 year Dreamwork Training Program commences March 2016.

The Embodied Imagination Approach developed by Robert Bosnak works with dreams and waking memories and is practised with individuals and groups in the felds of psychotherapy, medicine [triggering the self-healing reflex], theatre, business, art and creative research.

  • Apr 06, 2016
Finding our inner library of dream symbols

Dream Inspirations Jane Austin

Group Dreamwork is a powerful portal to connecting to our personal and collective libraries of dreams, symbols, stories and myths.

  • Nov 15, 2015
Dreaming and Creativity

Dreaming and Creativity Dr Susannah Benson

I recently finished editing a book chapter on Landscape and Ancestral Dreaming in a book that IASD is publishing on Dreams that Change Our Lives. This publication is an anthology that covers a range of areas to include: spirituality; childhood; ancestry; grieving; health; lucidity; creativity and transcendence. Dreamers in this book share personal stories and dreams that highlight the power of dreams to transform and change lives.

  • Apr 05, 2016
Dr Sally Gillespie

Dr Sally Gillespie Dr Susannah Benson

In this interview, Dr Gillespie shares how the experience of feeling both accompanied and guided through life by dreams has been both a gift and a challenge. She shares how following the impact of a powerful dream, she retired from her long term psychotherapy practice and embraced full time doctoral research into the psychological experience of engaging with climate change issues.

  • Mar 31, 2016

“Inspiration, new knowledge, renewed sense of clarity and direction, new connections and lots of joy.”2014 Dream Alchemy Conference