Dream Share

Our dreams are colourful, creative, sensational (and yes, sometimes scary), imaginings of our waking life. If we can catch a dream, engage in it, and connect with it, we allow ourselves to tap into our own wise and sensitive selves – our dreams can show us where we’re stuck, what we’re stuck on, where we’ve come from, and can help us move toward where we’d like to go next. Sharing a dream in a safe and supportive setting can introduce you to your dream world, and can support you in the dream work you may already be doing. Groups will be small (max 10-12 people) and will begin with a review of generally accepted ethics and privacy practices. Dream sharing will be facilitated using the Montague Ullman “If it were my dream…” method to support a safe and contained sharing environment.

More in-depth dream work will be available in a one-to-one setting, allowing the opportunity for emotional exploration and the resulting deep personal insights, as well as guidance in continuing personal dream work.

Presented By Elena Rossi

Elena RossiElena Rossi, Msc ND is a licensed naturopathic doctor working in private practice in downtown Toronto where she owns and operates an integrative health clinic. She treats a range of health concerns, with a special interest in mental health conditions – especially eating disorders, sleep disorders, mood disorders, trauma recovery, and addictions. She uses clinical nutrition, herbal medicine, acupuncture, and homeopathy, while emphasizing depth psychology as a cornerstone for healing. Dreamwork is used as a primary tool in treatment, forming a foundation to support each patient’s unique and personal process of recovery.

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