CQ 2013 03 dreams

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CAPA NSW Executive and Staff President Gina O’Neill president@capa.asn.au Vice-President Ebinepre Cocodia vicepresident@capa.asn.au Secretary Linda Newcomb secretary@capa.asn.au Treasurer Juliana Triml treasurer@capa.asn.au Ethics Chair Tara Gulliver ethics@capa.asn.au Membership Chair Linda MacKay membership@capa.asn.au Regional and Rural Liaison Chair Jo Fleet regional@capa.asn.au Professional Recognition Chair Ebinepre Cocodia recognition@capa.asn.au Marketing and Communications Chair Alison Hood marcomm@capa.asn.au Website Development Chair Barry Borham webdev@capa.asn.au Executive Member Tim Harvey shoalhaven@capa.asn.au PD Coordinator Juliana Triml pde@capa.asn.au Consultant Operations Manager Jane Ewins com@capa.asn.au Membership Coordinator Melissa Neve membershipcoordinator@capa.asn.au Administrative Assistant Freddy Ortega office@capa.asn.au

Contents Welcome


Editorial ~ Roberta Parrott

CAPA News 3

From the President’s Desk ~ Gina O’Neill

Features 4 6 8 10 12 14

The Neurobiology of Dreaming ~ Robert Hoss Dreaming in the Psychotherapeutic Space ~ Judith Pickering Reflections on Dreams and Dream Sharing in Dreamgroups ~ Susannah Benson Big Dreams in Childhood: A Jungian Approach ~ Kelly Bulkeley Calling for Change: Working with Nightmares to Facilitate Healing ~ Margaret Bowater Working with Pain and Trauma: Dreams and the Embodied Imagination ~ Robert Bosnak

In the Therapy Room 16 Taboo or Not Taboo? ~ Jewel Jones Professional Development 18 Clinical Hypnotherapy: A Demonstration ~ Review by Juliana Triml 19 Professional Development Events Modality Profile 34 Person-Centred Approach ~ Ebinepre Cocodia Noticeboard 35 Classifieds 36 Calls for Contributions & Ad Rates Back Cover Conference Calendar

CQ: The CAPA Quarterly Editor Roberta Parrott editor@capa.asn.au Advertising Coordinator Roberta Parrott advertising@capa.asn.au

CQ: The CAPA Quarterly respectfully acknowledges the Cadigal people of the Eora Nation, the traditional owners and custodians of the land on which the CAPA NSW office is located; and the traditional owners of all the lands through which this journal may pass.

Cover art by Jim Frazier Design by Cheryl Ward Printed by Unik Printing


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