From Dreams to Discovery

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F&W Media, Incorporated, Nov 1, 2000 - Self-Help - 160 pages
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Just as a walking stick provides support for the traveler, this new imprint is designed for people seeking guidance on the road to personal growth. Using writing as a conduit to enhanced creativity, discovery and healing, Walking Stick Press titles will feature thought-provoking perspectives that readers can follow to explore their feelings, boost their creativity and better their lives. Using a unique mix of instruction and prompts, licensed psychotherapist Joan Mazza guides journalers though the dreamwork process, showing them how to interpret dream symbols, characters and messages. Mazza explains the value of dreams and dreaming, and provides readers with tips for remembering their dreams and a dream worksheet on which to record them. Then she demonstrates twelve different methods, or doorways, through which to examine dreams. Each chapter is a combination of instruction and thoughtful prompts that will enable journalers to investigate and analyze their own dreams, step by step, and arrive at a new understanding of who they are.

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Contents

Introduction
9
Chapter 1 Getting Started
12
Chapter 2 Doorway of Dream Emotions
32
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Mazza is a licensed mental health counselor with a master's degree in counseling psychology. She conducts ongoing dream groups and leads dream seminars for mental health professionals nationwide.

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