Dreams

Dreams - what they mean

Dream Therapy Analysis and Meaning

Exploring dreams

Dream therapy is an established method of deriving meaning from images and elements from dreams in order to help us gain insight into a patient’s psyche. As well as helping to explore your subconscious dilemmas, it can also be a means of finding out how to handle a current situation. It is a means of exploring our subconscious, or even our conscious dilemmas, and finding a way to lead a healthier and more creative life.

Dream therapy can help people improve their emotional well-being. By cognitively researching and understanding dreams we can often find connections between dream images and waking life, thus opening the mind to past experiences that are at the core of personality and experience in the present day. Who you are and why you are that person can be found within the dream.

Paul works with the waking dream technique, which involves the client re-entering the dream and exploring certain aspects of it.

Find out more about Dream Therapy Analysis and Meaning

You can contact Paul Barrett by telephone on 07968 120 476 or please fill out the contact form here.


For further information on dream analysis

please visit the Dream Research Institute (DRI). The DRI is part of the Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy (CCPE), a member organisation of both the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP), providing accredited training for counsellors and psychotherapists.

 

Paul Barrett

Artwork by Caroline Hink

 “The dream is the small hidden door in the deepest and most intimate sanctum of the soul” – Carl Jung