What is Dream Work?

Our dreams come to us unbidden. Psychologist Carl Jung believed that dreams were not simply random, unbidden nightly plays. Instead, he believed that, “The dream is a little hidden door in the innermost and most secret recesses of the soul.” Through dream work, we seek to interpret our dreams to help us find meaning in waking life and become self-actualized people. In essence, we learn to speak the language of dreams, as Jung called it, “the speech of the soul.”

How Does It Work?

In dream work, we come together, typically one time per month, to look at one of your dreams. Your work through the month is to record your dreams. You bring one dream to examine. We talk about associations and possible meanings from your waking life. In the end, the hope is you’ll have more insight into the dream that you can bring into a therapy or spiritual companion session.

No previous knowledge of dream work is necessary because you are the expert on your own dreams. My approach to dream work recognizes that all dreams are contextual, based on your own life and experience. I can provide guidance on what your soul is trying to say, but only you can figure out what your dreams mean.

I am available to meet online via Zoom or in-person in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.


  • The Haden Institute (in progress), 2024

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