The Psychoanalytic Society for Your Dreams (PsyDreams)
The Psychoanalytic Society for Your Dreams (PsyDreams) is a subsection of the Antioch Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology. PsyDreams consists of students, faculty, staff, practicum supervisors, and alumni committed to the clinical and social exploration, research, and sharing of dreams. We are interested in the clinical use and experience of dream-states, including but not limited to, different ways people inhabit and relate to dreams (historically, culturally, economically, as well as personality and situational expression), reverie, dreams as diagnostic indicators, and the neuropsychology of dreaming.
The PsyDreams is excited to announce the Dream Commons – a space for the Antioch University community to collect and share their dreams online, anonymously. Whether you are a member of PsyDreams or not, we welcome you to add your dreams or dream fragments to the collection. Please do so at www.padlet.com/DreamCommons/AntiochUniversity
PsyDreams is interested in the development, facilitation, and implementation of dream-related research, as well as promoting a culture of engaging with and through dreams throughout the Antioch University community. We welcome anyone who is interested in joining PsyDreams, sharing ideas, or contributing creatively, to please contact any of the following.
The PsyDream Commons coordinators
Rebecca Moussa firstname.lastname@example.org
Susana Gomes email@example.com
Dana Ludmer firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelsea Marschall email@example.com
Ted Ellenhorn firstname.lastname@example.org
Course Offering: PYC 7300 The Dream in Clinical Practice
Antioch University New England Department of Clinical Psychology offers a weekend course that explores the use of dream and dreaming in clinical work from a variety of perspectives. Please refer to the Syllabi page to view the course’s curriculum.