Introduction to Dreams
Presenter: Joy Campbell and Kevin Dobbyn.The workshop will include:
Joy Campbell and Br Kevin Dobbyn met through Dream Network Aotearoa New Zealand (DNANZ) in 2015 of which they are both members. They have both completed Margaret Bowater's dreamwork 101 course which forms the basis of this course and completed her Applied Dreamwork Certificate. Joy is a member of the Wellington Dreamwork Professional Development Group and Kevin was a founding member of the Executive of the DNANZ.
Kevin Dobbyn has been interested in dreams and mystical experience for nearly forty years, living and working in New Zealand and in the Pacific. After studying counselling psychology and theology he has made a more focused study of dreaming in the last twenty years. He was a founding member of the team that launched Dream Network Aotearoa New Zealand in 2015, and is currently resting from direct involvement with the Executive. He has worked with children, adolescents, and young adults, specialising in walking alongside young (and not so young) people determining their direction in life. He is presently a doctoral student examining dreams and vocational choice and shifts.
Joy Campbell became interested in dreams and their meaning in her early adolescence. Her professional interest in dreams grew when she trained as a Counsellor at Bethlehem Tertiary institute and also when she saw that dreamwork was a prerequisite for the Spiritual Direction training through Spiritual Growth Ministries (SGM). While working at Arohata Prison Joy ran dreamwork electives for groups of women in the Drug Treatment Unit. Joy has recently started a counselling private practice, and works part time as an Ethics Secretary at New Zealand Association of Counsellors. This is the second dreamwork shop she has co-faciliated in 2017 and she is passionate about dreams being a doorway to growth and healing in people’s lives. This year Joy started formation to offer Ignatian Spiritual Direction in the Arrupe New Zealand Te Wairua Mahi programme.
Presenter: Sally Forman
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