Presenter: Anne Di Lauro
No-one can doubt that the part of our minds of which we are conscious is only a small part of what is going on in the psyche. In our work with clients, we cannot ignore this fact. Working with dreams provides a direct path to what is unconsciously influencing the issues that our clients bring to us. Dreams can also point the way to healing. This talk will be a practical guide to working with your clients’ dreams. We shall look at C.G. Jung’s theory of the structure of the psyche as a lens through which to look at dreams, and demonstrate the practical application of this approach with case studies. Participants will receive a list of useful questions to help in the exploration of their clients’ dreams.
Presenter: Anne Di Lauro is a psychotherapist in private practice in Brisbane working from a Jungian perspective. She has a Master of Counselling from QUT and is a clinical member of QCA and PACFA. She has had extensive learning and experience in the field of Jungian psychotherapy both in Australia and overseas. She is a former president of the C.G. Jung Society of Queensland. Her interest in working with dreams was heightened twenty years ago when she first encountered Jungian analyst Robert Bosnak and his Embodied Imagination method of dream work. She subsequently undertook formal study with him and is a Certified Embodied Dream Imagery Psychotherapist.
WHERE: Relationships Australia 159 St Pauls Terrace Spring Hill on the corner of St Pauls Tce and Warren St opposite the Villa Maria Church Nursing Home. There is some parking under the building and free parking in Warren St and other side streets after 5pm BUT please note that St Pauls Terrace is a clearway and if you park there you will be towed.
WHEN: Friday 2nd March, 5 – 7p.m. Enjoy networking with other counsellors from 5pm. Topic presentation starts 5.30pm and concludes at 7pm.
Please click on this link https://www.trybooking.com/342776 to make your online booking now and take advantage of the Early Bird Price.
Early Bird – payment needs to be made by Sunday 25 February 2018
QCA/PACFA Members: $16 Non Members: $21
QCA/PACFA Members: $21 Non Members: $26
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: This event attracts 1.5 Professional Development hours.
QCA Committee Professional Development Program