You have a tool within you can access anytime – your dreams.  Our dreams, properly understood tell us the truth about ourselves. Dream work in counseling and coaching is a wonderful resource. Dreams give us pictures – images of our inner mind and our deeper wisdom. I don’t interpret your dream. My job is to teach you to discover the meaning in your dream for yourself.  Insight from this process often comes very quickly and is enough to solve specific problems.

In addition to problem-solving, dream work is also a way of enriching and deepening your understanding of yourself, your relationships and your creative potential.  Your dreams can guide you as you develop your potential to its fullest.

Perfectionism – it will drag you down and keep you stuck

October 23, 2017

Yikes!  I’ve been hearing an awful lot lately about young people being unable to move forward in their lives.  I’ve heard some therapy-savvy young clients refer to perfectionism as the reason.  It seems epidemic – but that might just be from where I sit.  Basically, it’s the feeling of not being able to take action or make a decision for fear it will be wrong, not work out, not be judged “perfect” or good enough by “them.”  “Them” may include parents, teachers, peers, the culture at large or all of the above – a wise friend called this conglomeration of voices of judgment in our heads the “itty, bitty, shitty committee.”  Here’s a link to some observations about this problem by Carl Jung – 

Understanding Your Dreams: A Brief Introduction Saturday, April 14, 2018 9am – 1pm at Millsaps College.  Cost: $45.00.  What are these images and stories that come in our sleep?  Do they mean anything?  Yes! If you want better self-understanding, better relationships and more inspiration and energy, come learn what your deeper wisdom is showing you in your dreams!  Contact Millsaps Community Enrichment here or call 601- 974-1130

Winter Dream Conference featuring Joyce Rockwood Hudson and Larry Maze, February 23 & 24, 2018.  St. James’ Episcopal Church, 3921 Oakridge Dr., Jackson, MS.  Cost: $85.00 – includes lunch.  Get more info and register here!