Dreaming with Freud: Dream Analysis at Freud’s House in London

Dreaming with Freud: Dream Analysis at Freud’s House in London

14 May to 19 May 2017

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Once in a lifetime opportunity to explore Dream Analysis at Freud’s House in London from the 9th of July until the 16th of July 2017.


The-consulting-room-redBe part of an international contingent for an intensive, one-week program in the Home of Sigmund Freud where we will walk the steps where Freud lived and worked the last year of his life after his escape from the Nazi’s in Vienna. Delve into the enclave and privacy of Freud’s home and lovely magical garden where he loved to sit and contemplate dreams, life and the making of his science.  Learn what the books don’t teach.  Explore the places and principles that were until now simply part of your imagination. Walk on the same steps Freud walked on, convene in his garden with colleagues from every corner of the world as Freud did, soak up the ambience and rare opportunity to spend the week here in London .

You’ll learn from international experts as you engage in  activities focused on deepening your skills, theory and experience of Freud’s psychotherapy science.

Hosted by Sigmund Freud Museum London and Mind Body Passport’s Dr. Leslee Brown, this International Summer School program consists of lectures and theory along with self-awareness (experiential, integration), and cultural excursions. Members of the museum’s academic staff will guide our enlightening time at Freud’s house.

The  program will be woven together  in a  daily morning social dream group. Our social dream group  will provide participants with the experience of enhancing understanding of themselves, the group and analytic theory, while learning the theory, practice and application of social dreaming.

Over 100 years ago, Sigmund Freud’s pioneering work with dreams revealed a hidden world of unconscious thoughts and wishes, and Freud’s theories and methods continue to speak to mental health professionals. The purpose of this course is to provide an  understanding of Freud’s theory of dream interpretation, to explain practical techniques for use with clients, and to describe therapeutic gains obtainable with dream work, while adding in special topics surrounding dreams, art, occultism and more!

Itinerary

 Day One
 Sun. 7/9  Arrivals, exploring London!
General meet and welcome.
Basic Professional Introductions and overview
Review goals for the overall program.
3:00 pm Freud Museum: Welcome to Freud’s house tour and discussion
Welcome to Dreaming at Freud’s house your home for the week!
7:30pm  Group dinner

Day Two
Mon.7/10

START OF SUMMER SCHOOL “Dreaming at Freud’s House London”
 DREAM ANALYSIS
7am-8: 30am Breakfast
8:45am: walk to Freud’s house
9:00-10:00am Social Dreaming/ Dream matrix
10:00am-1pm Dream seminar I
1:00-2:30 lunch as a group in Freud’s garden bring paper, pencils a creative expression of day dreaming in Freud’s garden
2:30-5:00pm excursion or workshop Dream Weaving

Day Three
Tues. 7/11

7am-8: 30am Breakfast
8:45am: walk to Freud’s house
9:00-10:00am Social Dreaming/ Dream matrix
10:00-1:00 Dream seminar II
1:00-2:00 Lunch
2:00-4:00 Walking tour The Freud’s in Hampstead
8:00 Film and dinner at Freud’s house (Dreams and Psychoanalysis) there will be a discussion after

Day Four
Wed. 7/12

7am-8: 30am Breakfast
8:45am: walk to Freud’s house
9:00-10:00am Social Dreaming/ Dream matrix
10:00-1:00 Dream seminar IV
1:00-2:30 Lunch group picnic in Freud’s garden out loud readings and discussion of Freud’s famous dreams ‘Irma’s dream’  Freud’s Interpretation of dreams etc.
2:30-4:30 excursion Dreams, psychoanalysis and surrealism in art

Day Five
Thurs. 7/13

7am-8: 30am Breakfast
8:45am: walk to Freud’s house
9:00-10:00am Social Dreaming/ Dream matrix
10:00-1:00 Dream seminar V
1:00-2:30 Lunch
2:30  Dreaming and drawing workshop: Jane Macadam Freud artist ( Sigmund’s great grand daughter, Lucien’s daughter) at museum

Day Six
Fri. 7/14
7am-8: 30am Breakfast
8:45am: walk to Freud’s house
9:00-10:00am Social Dreaming/ Dream matrix
10:00-1:00 Dream seminar VI
Lunch
Free Time
7pm Dreaming under the stars wine reception, discussion, art project goodbye to Freud’s house and garden

Day Seven
Sat. 7/15

9am Excursion day Freud in Cambridge or Oxford
8pm Group Dinner goodbyes (included)

Day Eight Sun. 7/16
Departures

What you will gain

  • Define Freud’s contributions to the psychoanalytic tradition.
  • Describe Freud’s approach to dreams.
  • Identify psychological mechanisms involved in building a dream.
  • Identify shared concepts within psychoanalysis.
  • Describe an example of modern dream research.
  • Explain the key differences between psychoanalysts and other mental health clinicians.
  • Discuss the influence of culture, ethnicity, and technology on dreaming.
  • Describe the dreamer’s role in interpreting symbols in dreams.
  • Apply  and describe the theory of social dreaming.
    Describe the formation of dreams as explained by Freud in The Interpretation of Dreams.
  • Apply key concepts in the theory of psychoanalysis (associations, manifest vs. latent content, conscious/unconscious distinctions) in relation to dream and case material.
  • Describe how working with dreams has a unique role in facilitating the establishing of a psychoanalytic therapeutic relationships.
  • Develop skills in collaboratively working with dreams  and the personal expressions of the inner self.
  • Apply how psychoanalytic models of dreaming and working with dreams have evolved to reflect a current diversity of approaches.

CE Credits

26 CE hours.

Mind Body Passport is approved by the California Psychological Association to provide continuing professional education for psychologists. Mind Body Passport maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

Mind Body Passport Inc. is also recognized as a CAMFT-approved Continuing Education Provider.

Certificate awarded upon successful completion.

Once in a lifetime opportunity!

Step into the world of Sigmund Freud and experience a once in a lifetime opportunity to spend the week in Freud’s home.  This is the first time  a summer school course will be offered at Freud’s House with Mind Body Passport Inc. Don’t miss this wonderful chance to be up close, and personal with Freud, his famous couch and his rich surroundings.  Be one of the very few people to have this exclusive opportunity to spend the week at Freud’s house ! We are opening up registration for only a small group of like minded participants from around the world for an intimate gathering. We will be journeying into the world of dreaming with Freud. Taking part in our international summer school on dream analysis and spending the week dreaming at Freud’s house in London is an opportunity of a lifetime!

The Freud Museum London will host our summer program and take you behind the scenes in this historic and extraordinary setting. The feeling, the place and the history will be yours as we spend our week exploring dreams, Freud’s theories, art and collection, house and magical garden. Be part of our first summer school at Freud’s House London and become a  guest of Sigmund  and Anna Freud in their home in London.

This academic and experiential summer program is open to students, professionals and individuals from all over the world with a thirst for more knowledge on this topic.  The one-week course will also be of great interest to anyone who wants to learn more about the origin of psychoanalysis, and dream theory  and practice, Sigmund Freud’s impact on psychotherapy, and the cultural and historic implications of London and its importance on psychotherapy.

The Organizer

Dr. Leslee Brown is the founder of Mind Body Passport Inc., providing extraordinary international learning experiences and continuing education for professionals. Dr. Brown has been running customized training courses with the Tavistock Centre London for a number of years. She will lead the group on cultural excursions and discussions of the material presented and is the primary liaison and organizer with the Tavistock Centre London. Dr. Brown has more than 20 years’ experience as a psychologist in private practice. She is a graduate level professor at Sigmund Freud University campuses in Vienna and Paris. Dr. Brown is the founder and director of Mind Body Passport Inc. and has led numerous international travel courses. Dr. Brown  has lived, worked and studied throughout Europe for many years. She resides part time in Los Angeles, part time Paris and the rest of the time in the rest of the world.

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