Dream Sharing Network Directories

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Dream Groups- Peer groups in the United States. Listed each issue of Dreamnetwork Journal by local area. or send for: The Art of Dreamsharing & Developing Dream Groups
The Dream Network offers this 44 page booklet of valuable information and ideas. The Art of Dreamsharing... contains the best articles from our publication's history on ethics, hints and insights for dreamsharing... both one-on-one and in dream groups. $6.95 per copy (includes P&H). P.O. Box 1026,Moab, UT 84532 #800 Subscription Line: (800) 861-3732

ASD Pamphlet on Starting A Dreamsharing Group. Send a self addressed stamped envelope with $1.00 to ASD How to start a dreamgroup pamphlet
P.O. Box 1600
Vienna, VA 22183
Phone: (703)-242-0062 Fax:(703)-242-8888

Dream and Dreaming resources in the United States. Send a self-addressed,stamped envelope to:
Dream Resource List
C/O Jill Gregory
Novato Dream Library
PO BOX 866
Novato, CA94948

Dream & Dreaming Resources on the Internet. Send $1.00 and a self-addressed,stamped envelope to: Dreamsharing in Cyberspace
List C/ORichard Wilkerson
DreamGate
4644 Geary Blvd, STE 171
San Francisco, CA 94118

Other Dream Sharing References:

Herbert, J.W. (1991) "Human Science Research Methods in Studying Dreamwork: Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Face-to-Face and Computer Dream Work Groups" Unpublished Manuscript, Saybrook Institute, San Francisco

Krippner, Stanley. (Ed.). (1990). Dreamtime and Dreamwork: Decoding the Language of the Night. Los Angeles: Jeremy P Tarcher, Inc.

Krippner, S. Gabel, S., Green, J. and Rubien, R. (1994). Community applications of an experiential group approach. Dreaming, 4(4), 215-222.

Shafton, Anthony (1995). Dream Reader: Contemporary Approaches to the Understanding of Dreams. Albany, NY: Suny Press.

Taylor, Jeremy (1992). Where People Fly and Water Runs Uphill: Using Dreams to tap the Wisdom of the Unconscious. New York, NY: Warner Books, Inc.

--------. (1987). Working with dreams in pastoral counseling. Pastoral Psychology, 36(2), 123-130.

--------. (1983). Dream Work. New York: Paulist Press.

Ullman, Montague (1994). The experiential dream group: Its application in the training of therapists. Dreaming, 4(4), 223-229.

--------. (1984). Group dream work and healing. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 20, 120-130.

--------. (1982). On relearning the forgotten language. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 18(1), 153-159.

--------. (1973). Societal factors in dreaming. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 9, 282-293.

--------. (1960). The social roots of the dream. The American Journal of Psychoanalysis. 20(2), 180-195.

Ullman, M and Limmer, C. (Eds.). (1989). The Variety of Dream Experience. New York: Continuum Publishing Co.

Ullman, M. and Storm, E. F. (1986). Dreaming and the dream: Social and personal perspectives. The Journal of Mind and Behavior, 7(2and3), 429-448.

--------. (1996). Dreaming Online: The Global Cyberspace Dreamsharing Community. Dream Network Journal. 15(1), 30-33.

--------. (1995). The Gateway is Now Open: An Introduction to the Cyberphile and Dream Guide to the Internet. Association for the Study of Dreams Newsletter, 12(3and4), 25-26.

--------. (1995). A Dream Guide to the Internet. San Francisco, CA: DreamGate Publications (Now available online at DreamGate

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