in Archetypal Studies & Projective Dream Work
of Certificate Program
humans dream. Research also indicates that human beings,
regardless of language, gender, culture or age, are
inherently predisposed to express their experiences
with the same kinds of archetypal symbols. The ideas,
speculations, and most importantly, projections that
arise over what dreams may mean, are very likely to
awaken archetypal recognition, not only in the original
dreamer, but also in others within a group.
this way, the benefits and insights engendered by group
discussion are never limited just to the dreamer, but
are regularly shared by all members in a given group.
"Group projective dream work" is the practice
of sharing dreams in groups, where group members participate
in exploring a dream's many potential meanings while
taking conscious responsibility for the fact that any
ideas about the dream's deeper significance must
be projections growing out of each person's imagined
version of the original narrative. This type of process
regularly generates insights not only for the original
dreamer but for everyone in the group, because the natural,
spontaneous, archetypal symbolism in every dream is
Certificate Program in Archetypal Studies & Projective
Dream Work includes a variety of seminars taught by
a number of faculty with different perspectives, but
all focused on the basic concepts and strategies of
archetypal psychology and analysis and their implications
and applications for evolving spiritual awareness and
creative action in the world.
are many applications for a Certificate in Dream Work.
All over the world there is an explosion in dream groups
and an interest in dreams. One of the characteristics
of dreams is that they become particularly vivid and
acute in times of social unrest and political turbulence.
Skilled practitioners are sought after and opportunities
abound for such practitioners to be of service.
Certificate Students must have a Bachelors degree or
its equivalency. An equivalency consists of documented
training beyond a high school degree that is equivalent
in hours and requirements to a Bachelors Degree.
2. A completed Wisdom University Certificate
Application must be filed with the Office of Admissions.
3. Students are encouraged to belong to an academic
research library in the area in which they live.
certificates in this program are required to complete
four Intensives in this area of study, plus a Practicum,
as directed by their Practicum Advisor.
skill requires practice. You will participate in a Practicum
that will be an integral part of the program. A number
of faculty will be available to guide you through your
Practicum, including Dr. Apela Colorado, who emphasizes
the Indigenous Mind approach to dreaming; and Dr. Jeremy
Taylor, who emphasizes the Jungian and archetypal approach
to dreaming. Students
must demonstrate to their Major Advisor a capacity to
work with individuals and/or groups in an exploration
of their dreams.
The tuition and fees structure for the Certificate Program
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