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Quarterly Webinar: Dream Imagery-1

  • February 09, 2023
  • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Zoom


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Dream Imagery

and Artistic Expression

Have you ever explored the dream imagery that comes to you at night? Has an image ever remained with you throughout the day?

From pastoral scenes to tumultuous ocean waves, from the faces on a crowded bus to the images we encounter on lonely dream-streets … let s talk about how we can learn from the images and explore how artistic expression increases our personal awareness while transforming images into heightened personal awareness.

Darcie A. Richardson first discovered DreamTending when she was recovering from a Traumatic Brain Injury in 2005. She learned about the power of imagery and later explored the impact imagery could have when connected to traumatic experiences and recovery processes. Darcie works extensively with dream images through writing, art, and somatic expression.

Join us as we explore dream processes, the power of imagery and the powerful coupling of artistic expression with the images that arise through the dream experience.

February 9, 2023
4pm to 5:00 pm PST

FREE to II Members
$20 for Non-Members

No refund for cancellation.

Darcie A. Richardson, Ph.D. has a doctorate in Depth Psychology with an Emphasis on Somatics from Pacifica Graduate Institute. Darcie is currently writing a memoir that chronicles her experience as a Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor wherein nature, art and movement became integral aspects of her recovery. She has studied and practiced dream work in the DreamTending tradition for over a decade and strongly promotes a process of imagery awareness and integration with her DreamTending clients. Darcie is passionate about the power of imagery, art and movement therapy as a constellation of healing modalities.

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