Festival 2018

Note: you are viewing a page from our 2nd annual Festival of Dreams held on March 11, 2018. 

Click HERE to view information about the Festival 2019.

Thirty Minute Private Dream Consultation Included!

Do you have a dream you’ve been wondering about?  Bring it to the Festival and explore it during your private thirty minute session.  You can schedule your session during the event or have it later at your leisure in what we call a “Rain Check”.

You and your dreams will always be treated with the utmost respect, dignity and confidentiality.  We all subscribe to the IASD Statement of Ethics and Confidentiality which states that YOU are the final authority on your dreams and have the choice to share or not share as you see fit.

We’ve assembled a team of experienced dreamworkers from the Santa Cruz area and beyond.  Browse among the practitioners below to see who you might like to sign up with at the Festival, and then get there early to get your first choice!

Katherine Bell, PhD
Norman Brown, PhD, LMFT
Retired psychology professor specializing in intimate relationships, Norman has over 40 years experience in psychotherapy and dream interpretation. His interpretation of dreams combines Psychoanalytic and Jungian methods with careful evaluation of the unique details of dream characters, scenes and symbols and your reactions to them to discover the guidance from a Higher Power for your life.

Jennifer Choate, MD
Dr. Jennifer Choate is an Embodied Dreamwork practitioner with 30 years of experience using various dream modalities.  She specializes in exploring the spiritual aspects of dreams.  She is a practicing oncologist and hematologist.

Phoebe Evans

Phoebe Evans is a certified dream worker with her certificate from the Marin Institute of Projective Dream Work and uses the Jeremy Taylor projective method (“if it were my dream”). For rain checks, she is available in the evenings by phone.

Marsha Hudson, PhD
Marsha Hudson has a lifelong interest in dreams and began recording her dreams as a teen. A certified Gestalt Practitioner and certified Dream Worker, she left college teaching in 2004 to devote her time to being a dream work facilitator for individuals and small groups. She has studied archetypal projective dreamwork with Jeremy Taylor and is certified by the Marin Institute of Projective Dream Work. She is a member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD) and follows its code of ethics. Her Ph.D. is in comparative literature.

Johanne LaRocque

I have worked with Jeremy Taylor since the early 1990s, when I first met him at the GTU in Berkeley and am MIPD certified.  Since that time I have enhanced my dream work by participating in courses by Robert Moss, various teachers at the Haden Institute and the anthropologist Angeles Arrien. I believe the right way to work a dream is what works for an individual and incorporate teachings from all of these insightful people.

Carol Malady

Carol tuned into her dreams at a young age with great interest, and has been fascinated by all things dream-related ever since. Having studied dreaming and dreamwork methods for over 40 years, she believes that exploring dreams with care and curiosity can lead us to a better understanding of our own true nature and the nature of reality itself. She is a long time member of  IASD and has studied with Jeremy Taylor/MIPD. She instructs a Dream Exploration & Group Dreamwork class for Santa Cruz Parks & Rec, and serves on the Planning Committee for Festival of Dreams Santa Cruz

Linda Mastrangelo, MA, LMFT
Linda is an educator, artist and psychotherapist with a private practice in the San Francisco Bay area specializing in bereavement and dreamwork. Linda has many years of training, facilitations, consultations and has presented her work internationally. She has written for numerous publications including Good Therapy, Lucid Dreaming Exchange, DreamTime and as a contributor for the highly anticipated book, Sleep Monsters and Superheroes. Linda also serves on the Board of Directors, is the Continuing Education Administrator and Editor of Dream News for the International Association for the Study of Dreams and is an Adjunct Professor at John F. Kennedy University. You can visit her website at lightningtreetherapy.com.

Eva Rider, MFT
A Jungian-oriented depth psychotherapist, workshop leader and presenter, Eva’s teaching incorporates dreamwork with fairy tale, myth, tarot music, movement and art based in an exploration of the correspondences between Jungian theory alchemy and psyche/soma as revealed through the hermetic tree of life.

Bill St. Cyr
An Embodied Dreamwork and Consciousness Practitioner, Group Leader and Teacher, Bill is the co-founder and co-director of Students of the Dream and LIMINA – A School for Dreams and Consciousness in Vermont.  Bill believes that dreams are given to all of us as a gift to help open our heart and soul. He understands that dreams can seem complex and overwhelming and believes that you can learn the language of dreams and the particular language of your own dreams. His own work with dreams has made it possible to live with passion, love and peace in ways that were foreign before this work.

Festival 2018

Note: you are viewing a page from our 2nd annual Festival of Dreams held on March 11, 2018. 

Click HERE to view information about the Festival 2019.