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Lynda Parry

 


Lynda Parry is a Clinical Psychologist and has been in private practice for 25 years. In 1996 she completed a 4 year post graduate training in self psychology culminating in the Ron Lee award for best thesis for her paper entitled Dreams: The Self in Evolution. Previously she trained for 8 years in group process as well as how to use the psychodramatic method in groups. Lynda often uses dream analysis in her work with patients. She has found dream content invariably informs the present therapeutic process and at times serves as a predictor of future direction, focus and resolution.

Lynda Parry
Lynda Parry

 

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Is dream analysis obsolete? 

 

 

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