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Gods and monsters: working with dream symbols and dynamics using two-you work

Dr. Bea Mackay

You-Two Work, a simplification of Gestalt Two-Chair technique, is a way to work with aspects of the self in conflict or disowned. The focus of this workshop is learning how to work with symbols and dynamics from dreams and nightmares using this method. Gods, monsters, people, animals, houses, objects, as well as the experiences of dynamics such as flying, being chased, feeling trapped, fighting, having sex, etc. - all are grist for this mill. Using Two-You Work with dream symbols will be taught through lecturettes alternating with experiential sessions. Participants are given the opportunity to integrate theory with practice by working in dyads on their own dream symbols and dynamics under supervision and direction of the presenter. Plenty of time for debriefing, discussion and questions is provided. This workshop is designed for students and experienced practitioners of counseling and psychotherapy.

WORLD DREAMING: WORLD CONGRESS FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY
24-28 August 2011 Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
Darling Harbour, Australia.
Visit The World Council for Psychotherapy at http://www.worldpsyche.org

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Dr. Bea Mackay

Registered psychologist in British Columbia , CANADA .
 
Dr Mackay has a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from University of British Columbia in CANADA with the Dissertation title: The Gestalt Two-Chair Technique: how it relates to theory. An investigation of the theory underlying the Gestalt Two-Chair Technique – how and why it is effective. The research focused on the specific decision on whether or not to remain married.
 
Her M.A. in Counseling Psychology from University of British Columbia in CANADA . (Major – Family Specialty) with a Thesis title : Adlerian Life Style Analysis from the individual’s perspective. It investigated the Adlerian technique of Life Style Analysis, exploring and documenting the individual’s experience while undergoing the technique.
 
Dr. Mackay’s approach involves an integration of several therapeutic frameworks: Gestalt, Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler and Client Centered. She has extensive training in Integrative Psychotherapy. She has level II training in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing).
 

She is the author of:  Two-You Work: How To Work with the Self in Conflict Available at www.drbeamackay.com

Visit Dr Mackay's website at : http://www.drbeamackay.com/

 

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