Schema Therapy with Dreams and Nightmares: accessing the vulnerable child
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About The Event
Dream work is rarely included in training programmes yet the dreams of our clients give is valuable information about the person's schemas and modes, particularly the vulnerable child mode. Dreams can illustrate the progress made in therapy as well as dysfunctions that have occurred that the therapist may not be aware of. Many Schema Therapists see clients with complex trauma who suffer from recurring nightmares. It is important to distinguish between recurring nightmares resulting from trauma and dreams as the treatment for each is differs significantly. With recurring nightmares we work to change sleeping experience by changing it when awake. Dreamwork changes awake experience through memory consolidation when asleep.
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