Active Dreaming Workshop - International Centre for Creativity and Imagination

Imagination is more important than knowledge / Knowledge is limited / Imagination encircles the world / ALBERTEINSTEIN


Active Dreaming Workshop in Connecticut Features Play-Based, Jungian-Oriented Facilitator from Washington State

Is it possible that our dreams can help us shape and live a more creative, playful and healthy life? Come and explore, share and honor the gift of our dreams ... and make a commitment to playful action to create transformative change. We'll seek out synchronicities - and even MAGIC - between each other's dreams.

In preparation for the workshop, please bring an ongoing dream journal or start a new dream journal now to record your recent dreams. 

Join Mary Alice Long, a play-based facilitator who will be in residence at the International Centre for Creativity and Imagination for a series of workshops at the end of October, to play with your dreams and discover new connections and possibilities.

The Harts Gallery 
20 Bank Street 
New Milford, Connecticut 06776 

Sunday, November 1, 2015 
3:00-5:00 p.m. 

$25 - R.S.V.P. NOW to

PREVIEW: Listen to Mary Alice on Creativity in Play as she shares more about the Archival Memoir Project and the Active Dreaming Workshop!


"Each week I engage in an Active Dreaming group that Mary Alice facilitates and organizes, which uses the work of Robert Moss. Mary Alice is extremely gifted in her capacity to create exactly the sort of platform and backdrop that allows participants in the group to push the boundaries of memory and psyche in a sacred yet playful way, through the framework of Active Dreaming. She has been both a mentor and a catalyst in my life changing and growing to its highest potential. Her great sense of humor and respect encourages a fun and engaged group with a rippling effect that I am able to draw from throughout the week after each Active Dreaming session." 

– Jennifer Collier

PLUS: Don't miss Mary Alice's Archival Memoir Project performance in Connecticut on October 28!



Mary Alice Long, PhD, is a play-based, depth-oriented consultant, writer, speaker and performer. She earned her doctorate in clinical psychology with an emphasis in depth psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. She is the founder and creator of Play=Peace. Professional collaborations include the bi-coastal interview show, “Creativity in Play” with Steve Dahlberg and the Psyche-Soma Dynamics Program with Betsy Wetzig. Mary Alice’s “Archival Memoir Project” includes performances, images and a written memoir, I Would Have Named Him Peter: Create a Life that Comes from the Heart.

This program is presented as part of Mary Alice Long's residency at the International Centre for Creativity and Imagination, in partnership with The Harts Gallery, Play=Peace, and Creativity in Play.



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