A larger number of modules attended assures a lower cost per module
Joseph Dillard, PhD, Founder of the Dream Sociometry Method &
Daniela Simmons, PhD, TEP, Director of ETTi
Each module is created independently - participants can benefit from just one of them;
or a few, or all of them.
Dates: January 13, 20, 27 & February 3, 10
Time: Sundays, 10AM - 12PM Central Time (US and Canada)
A larger number of modules attended assures a lower cost per module:
$50 per one (1) workshop
$90 per two (2) workshops
$135 per three (3) workshops
$180 per four (4) workshops
$220 per all five (5) workshops
January 13, 2019: Module ONE
Using Dreams and Nightmares in Clinical Practice
An underutilized immediate therapeutic tool
The importance of dreaming for physical and mental health and creative problem solving
Creates not a therapist or client-centered approach but an approach centered on listening to emerging evolutionary potentials
Advantages and disadvantages of various approaches to working with dreams
Dreams and nightmares as diagnostic aids
Psychodramatic applications of dreamwork
January 20, 2019: Module TWO
Moreno, Sociometry, and Dream Sociometry:
Relationship of Sociometry, Dream Sociometry, and Psychodrama
Moreno and creativity
Overview of Dream Sociometry
Advantages of Dream Sociometry
Single Interviewing Protocol
Psychodrama and Dream Sociometry
January 27, 2019: Module THREE
Professional Practice: Dreamwork for Interviewer Problem Solving
Managing personal stress
Creating life balance
Dealing with personal relationships
Dealing with client relationships
Psychodramatic use of dreams for interviewer problem solving
February 03, 2019: Module FOUR
Clinical Applications of Dream Sociometry
Dreamwork for anxiety, trauma and PTSD reduction, gender identity issues, goal setting, parent-child issues, partner issues, depression
Psychodrama, Dream Sociometry and anxiety reduction
February 10, 2019: Module FIVE
Dealing with Common Clinical Issues Using Dreamwork
Non-recall of dreams
Inability to get into role or unwillingness to stay in role
Lack of validation of the process via testing of recommendations
Failure to operationalize recommendations
Failure to maintain practice with self and others
Failure to maintain objective support
Psychodrama for the addressing of common clinical issues using dreamwork
The best way to participate is through your computer; however you may attend via a tablet, cellphone or landline phone.
As the training is online, we want to be sure that we offer options if a problem with the internet connection occurs.
If that happens to a participant, their payment will be credited for another module or refunded.
If the technical issue occurs to the presenters, the training module will be rescheduled.
The ZoomRoom will be open 30 min before the actual beginning of the training, and we will offer our assistance to the participants.
The training will start promptly at the announced time. If a participant is late, they are welcome to join, but technical assistance will not be available.
About the Presenters:
Daniela Simmons, Ph.D, T.E.P., is the founder and director of the Expressive Therapies Training Institute (ETTi), offering workshops on action methods in North Texas, other states and internationally. Dr. Simmons teaches experiential tools and didactic; preparing the students pursuing certification to take both the written and on-site exams. She has conducted and published various research on action methods. Daniela Simmons', professional experience, both in Europe and the US, is in educational, research, and consultancy work in the social sciences, applied gerontology and mental health. She has been utilizing action methods sessions since 1995 in Europe and since 2005 in the US. Daniela Simmons is the vice-president of the American Society in Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama (ASGPP); executive editor for the American Journal in Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy; as well as an editor for the Psychodrama Network News (PNN).
Joseph Dillard, LCSW, Ph.D., has been a student of healing, balancing, and transformation since exposure to meditation and dreamwork through the work of the exceptional medical clairvoyant, Edgar Cayce, beginning in 1963, when he was thirteen. He studied philosophy, psychology, and comparative religion in college and taught meditation and dreamwork widely. He has worked as a psychotherapist specializing in pain management, anxiety, depression, addiction, and stress disorders since 1976. Concerned with the projective aspects of traditional dream interpretation, in 1981 he developed a dream character interviewing process called Dream Sociometry, after methods pioneered by J.L.Moreno. This work is a type of dream yoga, or psychospiritual discipline, whose purpose is to outgrow the self-induced dramas of our waking and dreaming lives. It is also a process of transpersonal awakening, called Integral Deep Listening (IDL). In 1985 Dr. Dillard co-authored Dreamworking, How to Use Your Dreams for Creative Problem Solving with Stanley Krippner, a pioneer in dream telepathy and shamanic healing. In addition to Waking Up, he is the author of a series of texts used in the IDL Practitioner training program: Integral Deep Listening: Awakening Your Life compass; Transformational Dreamwork: Toward an Integral Approach to Deep Listening; Escaping the Drama Triangle in the Three Realms: Relationships, Thinking, Dreaming; Integral Deep Listening Interviewing Techniques, Integral Deep Listening Practitioner, Transcending Your Monkey Mind: The Five Trees and Meditation,. He is also the author of Dream Sociometry, Understanding the Dream Sociogram; Seven Octaves of Enlightenment: Integral Deep Listening Pranayama; Ending Nightmares for Good; Light from Heaven: Deep Listening to Near Death Experiences; Words and Concepts that Are and Are Not Conducive to Enlightenment; Der Weg der Traume (German). More information is available at DreamYoga.Com and IntegralDeepListening.Com.