Working in Psychological Space Part III: Using the intersubjective field to access, decode and understand what lies beneath

This column also appears in the online edition of the July-August, 2010 issue of  The Therapist Magazine, the publication of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. Abstract: Adapted from a presentation to the CAMFT Orange County chapter, this third in a three-part series examines the ways applied contemporary psychoanalytic theory, particularly Intersubjective Systems […]

Perchance to Dream: Part II

The uncanny content of dreams often makes them appear to be communications from afar.  However seductive it is to imagine mysterious and distant origins, the equally fascinating explanation is that dream images are your own mental products.

Perchance to Dream: Part I

Since the dawn of human consciousness, we have been fascinated by our dreams, visitations from the depths of our psyches.  Nothing brings us into contact more intimately with our own mental mechanics than a profound dream.  Universally appealing, no other topic of mind is quite as compelling, confounding or captivating.  Almost everyone has an opinion […]