Online and in person, I guide individuals interested in remembering, exploring, understanding, and excavating their dreams. My work with clients is rooted in Natural Dreamwork, a methodology that I consider a “naturalist” approach to dreams. (You can read more about Natural Dreamwork here.)
What does that mean?
When we are dreaming, our dreams often feel as “real” to us as our waking life experiences; sometimes even more real.
We experience real joy, real terror. Real excitement, real confusion. Real desire, real shame.
Have you had a dream like that?
Natural Dreamwork honors the realness of our dreams. We approach the events, images, encounters, and feelings as worthy of real attention and care.
In our sessions together, we re-enter the dream, slow it down, and get curious about it. When we do, we can begin to identify old stories or distorted perceptions that hinder our growth and healing. We can find humor or help we may have missed the first time. We see how patterns play out, and learn how to recognize them in waking life, as well. We reconnect with our creativity, our passion, our spirit.
Dreamwork engages the senses and activates memory, reconnecting you to past versions of yourself or enabling visions of the future, generating hope and healing.
Clients choose to work with me for a variety of reasons, including a desire to remember more dreams, understand “strange” or recurring dreams and nightmares, heal old wounds, feel more alive and connected in waking life, or mend relationships with themselves, their loved ones, or people who have passed.
Some clients also choose to meet to discuss and explore paranormal or spiritual experiences they’ve had in dreams or in waking life.
We all have blind spots, especially when it comes to dreams, which are sometimes surreal, outside of typical time or space, or difficult to make sense of. A trusted dream practitioner familiar with the “dream landscape” will hopefully offer you a supportive and objective presence and act as guide during the working of dreams. That’s the goal.
Note: You do not need to be an “active” dreamer in order to begin dreamwork. Some clients, in fact, choose to engage in dreamwork as a means for remembering their dreams.
A good place to start learning more about my approach to dreaming and dreamwork is by reading some articles on this site. Here are a few more recent ones:
In addition to this web site, I have written dream-related articles on my Medium publication “Into the Dream,” as well as essays about memory, time travel, spiritual awakening, and consciousness.
On a monthly basis, I offer a dream-related “audio chat” (imagine a love child between a podcast and a whatsapp voice memo from a good friend) on Patreon. These are available free to the public for one month after release. Back episodes are available for a low subscription fee that directly supports my dream research.
Work With Me
To get in touch with me about working one-on-one or to learn more about whether dreamwork is something you would benefit from, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Natural Dreamwork Practitioners commit to ethical practice following the Association of Dreamwork Practitioners Code of Ethics.)
Writing & Editing
I have been a professional journalist, content writer, and editor since 1997. I am also a published author, essayist, and poet.
Recent contracted assignments include interviews for The Times of Israel, book draft editing for authors, and content marketing for physicians, wellness practitioners, and nonprofit organizations. Specialty areas include tech, Jewish nonprofit, spirituality, literature, the paranormal, health, mental health, relationships, and family matters.
Rates for writing and editing depend on the project and scope. Contact me at email@example.com to discuss a project.