Register Now for a DreamWork/BodyWork Workshop in
Saturday, April 26, 4-6 p.m.
Sunday, April 27,
An Introduction to
EFT/Tapping, presented by Dr. Suzan Thompson
April 26, 1-3p.m.
What is DreamWork/BodyWork?
Psychotherapists, social workers, and practitioners who work
employ body-related therapies understand that all people
experience trauma; and that healing trauma is best resolved at
nonverbal levels. Working with individual dreams and images,
DreamWork/BodyWork demonstrates a model for empowering the
dreamer, while simultaneously providing a path for
understanding the trauma and its resolution.
more about this revolutionary therapeutic model, please feel
download this free informational .pdf file.
Facilitator, Jean Campbell
||Jean Campbell is CEO and Director of
The iMAGE Project, a Virginia nonprofit organization.
Following eight years of training and certification in
Bioenergetic therapy techniques, she developed DreamWork/BodyWork
as a therapeutic model which allows dreams and personal
imagery to form the foundation for healing. In 2006 Campbell,
and the World Dreams Peace Bridge which she founded, received
a grant from Carlos Santana's Milagro Foundation, to create a
dream-based program for children suffering the trauma of war
in Iraq. She has conducted DreamWork/BodyWork workshops in
Europe, the Middle East, and the United States. Most recently,
DreamWork/BodyWork has been introduced as one of the
modalities taught through Heal Trauma Fast!, a training
program for counselors, therapists, and others working to heal
Post Traumatic Stress. Author of two books on dreams, Campbell
is past President and a Board member of the International
Association for the Study of Dreams.
Interviewed About DreamWork/BodyWork on
Elaine Drew's Young and Jung Blogspot
||Come and enjoy Spring in
the Blue Ridge Mountains with a weekend in Floyd. Arrive early
(on Friday) and catch a town full of music. There are great
places to stay and things to do in Floyd.
Community Education Center, where we will hold the DreamWork/BodyWork
workshop, is a spacious, modern location overlooking woods,
the mountains and the Little River.
811 Dobbins Farm Road
Floyd VA 24091
TWO-HOUR INTRODUCTION TO EMOTIONAL FREEDOM
Prior to the DreamWork/BodyWork
Workshop, on Saturday from 1-3 p.m., Dr. Suzan Thompson will
present this two-hour introduction:
powerful tool for personal transformation that combines two
well-established sciences, mind-body medicine and acupressure,
so you can benefit from both at the same time.
come away from this workshop with a new, cutting-edge
technique to begin to transform your energy, thoughts and
This 2-hour workshop is a combination of
information, activities, learning tools and resources.
· Find out about the fundamentals of
energy psychology and EFT/tapping
· Learn the background
knowledge you need to begin to transform your own experiences.
· Develop your skills by participating in experiential
· Fine-tune your personal approach to
dealing with life's difficulties, helping you shift your
energy related to thoughts and feelings.
We'll work on
emotional issues by tapping on certain meridian points with
our fingertips. This addresses one cause for emotional issues
(unbalanced energy meridians). You'll find that you can often
quickly heal emotional and psychological blocks to a healthier
expression of thoughts and emotions. And, since emotional
stress can contribute to pain, disease and physical ailments,
we often find that this energy psychology tool provides
incredible physical relief.
Presenter: Suzan K.
Thompson, Ph.D., is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a
private practice in Virginia Beach, VA. She has a strong
interest in integrating complementary and alternative
approaches into the counseling process. She uses a variety of
healing modalities and specializes in helping people who are
struggling with distressing events and trauma.
The DreamWork/BodyWork Workshop $75
Participants can register for these two weekend events
separately (if you can only attend one) or together (if you
want to attend both). Just follow the simple rules for
DreamWork/BodyWork is a
process-oriented therapeutic model. Workshop participants will
experience work with their own dreams and images as well as
exploring the steps involved in facilitating this process with
clients and others.
To attain a safe, comfortable and
confidential space, participants in this workshop are
requested to attend both the Saturday afternoon and full-day
Saturday, April 26, 2014 4 - 6 p.m.
Sunday, April 27, 2014 10a.m. - 6 p.m. (lunch break noon -
Note: As part of the DreamWork/BodyWork
workshop, the Anahata Community will provide a delicious,
totally-organic, lunch buffet on Sunday, as well as snacks and
tea throughout the event.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS
Even if we don't remember dreams on a regular
basis, many of us remember dreams from childhood or dreams
that are called "peak experiences." DreamWork/BodyWork
demonstrates a model that empowers us to listen to our dreams
and learn from them at the deepest level of feeling, through
accessing body memory. In this way, DreamWork/BodyWork
provides the tools for understanding trauma while also
accessing the source of potential resolution. Anyone who
dreams...or who uses creative imagery...is invited to attend
recognize in the body what might be called the initial trauma
in someone's life and how that affects responses to subsequent
* To experience how the body holds and records
information and how that information can be accessed
see how dreams and personal imagery contain the information
necessary to allow healing
* To learn something about the
process of healing trauma, even "forgotten" trauma
WHAT TO BRING
Bring your dreams. Wear comfortable,
loose-fitting clothes. Feel free to bring a pillow or mat for
sitting and working on, snacks, water, and a notebook or
recording device (cell phones allowed only if they are very,
for either the DreamWork/BodyWork Workshop or the Special
Introduction to EFT or both through the PayPal link on this
Or send a check to:
The iMAGE Project
408 Elmhurst Lane
Portsmouth VA 23701
Financial Assistance Available. Contact Jean Campbell at