Upon completion, students will understand the major neuropsychological models of dreaming—highlighting similarities and differences between them, recognizing how they explain the process of dreaming and identifying the data or arguments that support or contest each of them. By developing proficiency with methods that can be used to help a person explore the nature of his or her own personal mythology as expressed in dreams, practicing therapists will have the opportunity to supplement their training and enrich the quality of their therapeutic work.

More program information can be found in our academic catalog.