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TODN Change SIG 5/31: A 'Dream Work' Coach Approach: For Client Personal/Professional Growth - Peter Metzner, MA, PCC

  • 05/31/2024
  • 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
  • ZOOM LINK
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A Dream Work Coach Approach:  
For Client Personal/Professional Growth

 (8:30-10:30 am - bring your own coffee/tea and snacks)
(NOTE: 5/31 is FIFTH Friday)

Carl Jung discovered that “In sleep we awaken to who we are”. Yet few people explore this world we visit every night. In a practical and experiential format, participants will better appreciate the messages of dreams. Each learns how to use a coach approach in Dream work with their clients along with understanding how dreams may foster their own personal and professional growth.  

Participants will: 

Understand what dreams reveal what we need to know but don’t in our waking lives.

Gain practical tools for understanding and working with their own & clients’ dreams. 

Realize how dreams give a running commentary on waking life.

Appreciate how dreams can foster growth and healing.

This experiential session is ideal for individuals wishing to become more self-aware, empowered, and conscious and for those wanting practical tools to work with Dreams in individual or group settings.  Participants will gain a deeper understanding and connection to their creativity and inner wisdom. 

Some questions being covered:

  • Why do we have recurring Nightmares?

  • How can we better remember our dreams?

  • What are our dreams trying to reveal to us?

Peter Metzner

Peter Metzner, MA, MPA, PCC, BCC

Peter incorporates dream work in his acclaimed life, leadership coaching, and training programs.  He worked extensively with dreams while teaching Psychology at Vance-Granville Community College and William Peace University.  He has researched and studied dreams through the Journey Through Wholeness, Triangle Jung Society, Robert Johnson, Barry Williams, Jeremy Taylor, John Ryan Haule, James Hollis and others. He has written articles on Leadership and Dream work and has given keynote Presentations as well as workshops on dreams to organizations such as the National Wellness Institute, Center For Creative Leadership, and UNC Health Coaches.

Peter also facilitates classes on Dreams for the Institute for Life Coach Training.  Prior to creating Dynamic Change, Inc, he served as Vice President of Client Relations and Program Development for The Leadership Trust and was employed by the Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro, NC.  More information is on his web site at www.dynamicchangeinc.com.

  • NOTE: Do you have an idea to polish or a presentation to try out? The Change SIG is looking for 2025 speakers. We will be adding program titles, speaker bios & headshots for the rest of the year next month.

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-656-9573) or Susan Westbrook (405-343-0798).


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