Layne Dalfen founded the Dream Interpretation Center in 1997. She has been teaching dream analysis to the counseling students at Concordia University in Montreal since 2005. Dalfen's interest in dreams stems from her early experience in Freudian Analysis where dream work was the primary tool. She later studied at the Gestalt Counselling and Training Center in Montreal, and Adlerian Principles of Dream Analysis at the Alfred Adler Institute. She has been a member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD) since 1997. Dalfen's core message is how the solutions to our current problems appear to us first, through our intelligent, unconscious minds. If you understand the conversation that is the dream, it can propel your problem-solving skills, both short and long-term.
Dalfen offers the Dreaminar® lecture/workshops with corporations and libraries. In her books titled Have A Great Dream, Book 1; The Overview, and Have A Great Dream, Book 2; A Deeper Discussion, Layne teaches a six points of entry system she developed that anyone can use to uncover meaning in their dreams. During her lectures, as well as through her hundreds of radio, TV appearances, and articles, Dalfen's goal is to introduce the general public to the value of understanding their dreams, with a view towards long-term change. She writes the Understanding Dreams column at Psychology Today and is known at OprahDaily as The Dream Catcher.
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