DREAM ANALYST LAYNE DALFEN
Layne Dalfen has been interpreting dreams for years. Her own interest in dreams stems from her early experience in Freudian analysis where dream work was the primary tool.
- 1988 Certificate in Gestalt Counseling
- 1992 Studied dreamwork at the Alfred Adler Institute
- 1995 – Present: Member of the C. G. Jung Society
- 1997 – Present: Founded The Dream Interpretation Center, Montreal
- 2005 – 2009 Board of Directors, International Association for the Study of Dreams
- 2005 – Present: Lecturer at Concordia University, Montreal
Layne has been a guest on over 100 radio shows across The U.S. and Canada, besides her standing appearances in her home-town Montreal on CJAD, where people call in and talk with her to find the meaning of their dreams. She has been reviewed as a recommended guest on Bitboard.com, Launch Radio, and MegaPrep.
In The States, Layne appeared on FOX’s Good Day New York, WGN, ABC, and NBC. She has been on FOX Morning News in Chicago several times. In Canada, Layne has appeared on Discovery/Life Channel’s Health On The Line, Global’s Morning Show, CTV’s Nationwide, Canada AM, CITY TV’s Breakfast Television, and CTV’s Three Takes. She filmed a segment of”The Age of E” television series for Wisdom TV (Vision TV in Canada), and was featured in 2009 in the documentary titled Seeing 911, a skeptic’s journey into a very real prophecy filmed with Elevator Films for Vision TV. Layne also appeared in the US documentary titled, Dream Symbols: How To Work With Them, as part of the series DREAMTIME for PBS television.
Layne has published articles for magazines, including “Problem Solving While You Sleep”, and “Sexual Dreams”, for Body and Soul Magazine in the U.S., Other articles appear in Chicago Woman, Canadian Living, Inner Self, Ghost Village, essortment.com, Vice Magazine and Beliefnet on-line.
Recent article written on Vice news: We Asked a Dream Analyst to Tell Us What Our Recurring Nightmares Mean
Layne has conducted workshops at Tuft’s University in Boston, and also in Berkeley, Copenhagen, Bridgewater, Chicago, and Montreal with IASD. Since 2005, Layne has lectured for the Counseling students at Concordia University. She has lectured at McGill University and Champlain College in Montreal as well. Layne has spoken for many organizations and spas including Canyon Ranch both in Lenox, MA and Tucson, AZ., and Old Stone Farm in Upstate New York. She is a frequent speaker at Rancho La Puerta Spa in Mexico.
During these lectures, as well as in her books, Have a Great Dream Book 1; The Overview, Decoding Your Dreams To Discover Your Full Potential, and Have a Great Dream Book 2; A Deeper Discussion, Layne’s goal is to introduce the general public to the value of understanding their dreams.
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