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WORKING TOGETHER WITH OUR DREAMS – SPRING 2014 SEMINAR with John Segmen, PhD, Professor Emeritus, psychologist, and Arlene Miles, MS.

Time: Jan 14, Jan 21, Feb. 4, Feb. 11, 2014, 7:30 – 9:00 PM

Members $30 and Students / Non-Members $40

Working with dreams in a Jungian dream group is a fine way to become acquainted with Jung’s ideas. This is a continuation of the fall dream group. 

We will explore dreams of the entire group. You’ll learn how dream images can speak for themselves as you learn to listen and watch, hearing with new ears, seeing with refreshed eyes. Surprising insights from the unconscious emerge for all participants.  After four meetings the group will decide whether to commit to continue the seminar.

John R. Segmen, PhD, Professor Emeritus, psychology, Daemen College, also taught graduate counseling courses at Buffalo State College, and practiced psychology in Buffalo. He is an APSWNY Director and past President, and has presented to us his talk On being a Man Amongst Changing Women and Perplexed Men as well as introductory and dreamwork courses.

Arlene M. Miles, MS, was Associate Professor, Buffalo State College Learning Lab. She is an APSWNY Director, past President, past Treasurer, and past Secretary. She and Barbara Moot lead our ongoing Women’s Study Group.

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“The dream is the small hidden door in the deepest and most intimate sanctum of the soul, which opens into that primeval cosmic night that was soul long before there was a conscious ego and will be soul far beyond what a conscious ego could ever reach.” —CG Jung, The Meaning of Psychology for Modern Man, 1934

“The whole dream-work is essentially subjective, and a dream is a theatre in which the dreamer is himself the scene, the player, the prompter, the producer, the author, the public, and the critic.” CG Jung, General Aspects of Dream Psychology, CW8, par. 509

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  • Deb B.

    Although I was the only one to show up, I totally enjoyed the individual attention and the opportunity to work through a dream!!! Thank you John and Arlene --- I did not realize how much over time we had gone until I got in the car .... my apologies for that!

    January 15, 2014

  • Deb B.

    Just noting that my attendance depends upon the weather, of course ....

    January 10, 2014

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