Tanya Wilkinson, PhD
Tanya Wilkinson, Ph.D, maintains a private practice in psychotherapy and consultation in San Francisco, practicing from a Jungian/feminist perspective. She has belonged to a women’s dream group for the last 20 years. Tanya has been teaching at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco since 1980. Currently she is on the Faculty of the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program. Tanya has published two previous books: Medea's Folly: Women's Relationships and the Search for Intimacy (1998), and Persephone Returns: Victims, Heroes, and the Journey from the Underworld (1996). She is a mixed media artist who has been exhibiting, primarily in the Bay Area, since 1999. As a visiual artist she uses mythological, political, and biographical imagery to explore the territory of the unknown woman.
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VideosA dream about the shadow side of a relationship
In this segment of a longer talk, Tanya Wilkinson, PhD, discusses one woman's dream about the shadow side of her intimate relationships. Several ways of understanding such dreams are explored, together with psychological implications for the individual dreamer and for women, in general.
Women's Dreams and Nightmares
by Tanya Wilkinson, PhD
What is special about women's dreams? What is important about women's nightmares?. Drawing on thirty eight years of clinical experience as a psychotherapist, recent research, and the theories of C.G. Jung, Tanya Wilkinson addresses these questions. Dr. Wilkinson provides guidance for remembering, recording and interpreting dreams. Recurring images and themes from women's dreams are analyzed.
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