Total CE Credit Hours: 6
Course Info URL: http://www.ce-credit.com/courses/100329
This course will soon be terminated. It expires in 22 days.
To complete this course for credit, your exam must be successfully completed by Apr 30, 2019.
About the Course:
This course offers a succinct overview of the depth psychology of C.G. Jung. It presents an uncomplicated positive method to help clients to remember and give form to their dreams. Using dream writing as a therapeutic process, the approach teaches clients how to develop a relationship with their unconscious and to recognize personal and transpersonal themes and characters that reflect and reveal the dynamics of both their negative and positive complexes. They learn to develop those themes and characters through visionary meditation and numerous exercises, first as a healing therapeutic process, and later as a tool for ongoing emotional health and creative development.
About the Author:
Dr. Nelson has her doctorate in cognitive behavioral psychology and a master’s degree in humanistic and Jungian psychology. She has been in private practice since 1976. In addition to her private practice she has worked in California at Fairview State hospital for the developmentally disabled, at the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute with autistic and behavior problem children and at the Sonoma County Community Mental Health Center where she was a supervisor on an in-patient unit and the crisis intervention center. She developed and directed the biofeedback programs for the Kaiser Permanente Stress Management Program and the Scripps Memorial Hospital Chronic Pain Program in San Diego. Dr. Nelson has conducted corporate stress-management programs and currently gives seminars in Jungian dream work and personal creative writing as a therapeutic process. As a survivor of the 2004 tsunami in Thailand she is the President of the 4KaliFoundation [www.4kali.org], a non-profit 501 C 3 that assists tsunami survivors in Thailand. She gives seminars in personal and collective disaster recovery and PTSD.
to be able to identify a Jungian Model of the psyche and explain various types of dreams and explain the dramatic structure of dreams
to be able to apply methods for remembering, meditating upon and writing dreams
to be able to recognize personal, collective and transpersonal dreams and will be able to apply a method to assisting the dream to explore the message and meaning of such dreams
to be able to describe a method for taking dreams through their use as a healing therapeutic tool to an ongoing skill that facilitates emotional health and creative development
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