- September 13, 2019
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Presenters: Karol Weigelt, LCPC & Pat Coughlin, LCPC
This group will meet on the following Fridays: September 13, October 11, November 8, December 6, January 10 & 31, February 28, March 27, April 24, May 15 from 10-12 pm. Please note that CEUs are only given for the full series, not for individual sessions.
Dream work is important to our inner growth. It can be healing, sacred and holistic, as viewed through its ancient history to the present. This will be a working dream group, meeting once a month for nine months. It is intended to provide for participants to share their dreams, or parts of their dreams at each meeting. Each session will include exploration of dream work techniques, Jung’s theories on dreams and their importance to inner work, and teachings related to personal dream work. Prior experience is encouraged, but not necessary to attend the group. We understand that it may not be possible for participants to attend every session. However, we ask that participants make a good faith commitment to attending most sessions.
About the Instructors:
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.
Pat Coughlin, LCPC, is a member of the Benedictine Sisters of Chicago. She has taught elementary and high school and spent twenty-two years teaching wonderfully diverse groups of participants at the Institute for Spiritual Leadership in its spiritual direction training program. She also trained as a pastoral psychotherapist at the Center for Religion and Psychotherapy in Chicago and practiced as a therapist for twenty years. Her interest in dreams has been a constant and she has given dream courses and workshops all over the world. She has an M.A. in English, an MPS in Pastoral Studies from Loyola University Chicago and a Doctor of Ministry from the Chicago Theological Seminary. She is a fellow of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Illinois.