Dreams can be the most exciting part of work with clients able and willing to do this work.
Trained in a core transpersonal model of psychotherapy (CCPE 1995-2000), Mark has extensive experience diving deep with clients into the meaning and metaphor of their dreams, drawing on what Carl Jung called our species’ collective unconscious with common themes emerging across all cultures and ethnic groups.
A house or dwelling as a symbol for the Self. Water representing emotion. Clutter in the attic or sludge in the basement symbolising the trauma-informed debris from the past which clients need to explore and clear before they can truly embrace their potential in the present.
Dreams can be powerfully emotional. They can be very simple. They can be multi-layered and profoundly complex.
But above all, dreams are an invitation from the unconscious to go deep and explore – and EMDR is the perfect platform from which to do that.