Held In-Person at the Jung Center
Instructor: Karol Weigelt, LCPC
*Limited to 12 participants.
Dreams and dream work are valuable to the understanding of our lives. Dreams have been part of the most sacred and spiritual traditions. Those traditions, ancient through contemporary, have taught that dreams provide inspiration, healing, guidance and connection to our unconscious. Tapping into that wise world of personal symbol, myth, and metaphor can be very rewarding. Our dreams offer valuable information about the deepest levels of our personalities and how we behave in the world. Jung’s model of dream work is one of healing and wholeness, the seeking of balance in our lives, both masculine and feminine. In this introductory session, participants will learn skills for recording and remembering their dreams and beginning techniques to work with their own dream interpretation. Please bring a dream, in written form to work with during the session.
About the Instructor
Karol Weigelt, LCPC, is a therapist and spiritual director in the Chicago area. She facilitates dream groups as part of her work with clients and interested individuals. She has done research in the area of dream work technique and theory and has served as adjunct faculty at Loyola University. In addition to presenting public programs at the Jung Center, Karol also serves as a Volunteer Therapist.
*Please note, masks may be required depending on the status of COVID-19 at the time of the workshop.