Working with Dreams

Working with Dreams

Actions and Detail Panel

From £70.66

Date and time


Thistle Centre of Wellbeing

13 Queen’s Walk


EH16 4EA

United Kingdom

View map

Refund policy

No Refunds

Dreams can mainline the cause and the solution from your unconscious.

About this event

Please note that if you are in crisis this workshop will not be suitable for you.

What are dreams? The answer from science is that sleep has several phases of activity that recurs periodically in Rapid Eye Movement (REM). This is when the eyes dart about under the eyelids and the respiratory rate changes. Science offers no satisfactory far less a consensus assessment of the dream’s function. But what of the art of dreaming? If we spend a third of our life in sleep and a quarter of sleep in dreaming, we might do well to come up with our own answers, from experience. If you feel stuck in your life or your work, dreams can mainline the cause and the solution from your unconscious. You will learn your own dream symbols and images and gain insight into your inner life.

About the Facilitator - Christine Meek

Christine trained with Dr Diana Bates at Wellspring 38 years ago in a Jungian/humanistic approach. Dreamwork was an integral part of this training. She did a further two years’ work in a Jungian dream group and continues to use dreamwork daily in her practice and in her own life. She is particularly interested currently in changes in dreams during Lockdown.


This workshop will be practical rather than a theoretical workshop.

10.00 Introduction

10.15 Demonstration of the approach with a volunteer's dream

11.15 Break

11.30 Work in pairs to explore each other's dream

12.30 Lunch

13.30 Work in pairs to explore each other's dream - continued

14.30 Plenary

15.00 Close

Who is it for?

Therapists and anyone interested in learning from their dreams.

Why should you attend?

To gain a more in-depth understanding of self and others, which may lead to changes that will enhance relational ways of being.

Sometimes when a client is stuck, both the client and the therapist can feel helpless and de-skilled, respectively. Dreamwork is a mostly gentle, unthreatening way to invite movement.

For a therapist, working with their own dreams creates a deep and intimate relationship with their psyche which can, in turn, deepen the relationship with the client.

Other Instructions

Have a notebook and pen by your bed so that you can record your dreams, or even fragments, to bring to the workshop.


Cost - £85 (Student £65)

Refreshments, snacks, handouts and CPD certificate are included in the price.

Note – lunch is not included and it is advisable to bring a packed lunch.

Methods of Payment

Option 1 - Bank Transfer, Cheque or Invoice by emailing

Option 2 - Online via Eventbrite. Please note that there is a NON-REFUNDABLE extra admin charge made by Eventbrite.

Handouts and CPD certificate are included in the price.

Please note that a delegate space is not guaranteed until payment is received.

Minimum numbers: 12 - Please note that the workshop is subject to cancellation or re-scheduling if the minimum number required to make them viable is not reached. In this situation, the following options will apply:

  • Receive a full refund (excluding Eventbrite's fee if you pay using this method).
  • Hold the space until a new date has been offered.
  • Move the booking to another workshop.
  • Receive a credit note to use at a future date.

Pass it on! Feel free to pass this invitation on to colleagues – everyone is welcome!

Working with Dreams image

Share with friends