Organization and School Sites
International Association for the Study of Dreamswww.asdreams.org
Jeremy is a founding member and past president of the Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD). Here you'll find info on the organization and on their two publications: Dream Time, a newsletter and The Journal Dreaming, a professional journal. Also, info on joining, on conferences, and so forth. The association is well worth joining for its publications and conferences and the chance to meet others on the dream journey.
Chaplaincy Institute for Interfaith and Arts Ministrywww.chaplaincyinstitute.org
Formal training in dream work (among other things), leading to commissioning as an Interfaith Chaplain, (and/or ordination as an Interfaith Minister), with a specialization in dream work can now be found through the Chaplaincy Institute for Interfaith and Arts Ministry, (affectionately known as "ChI").
Guide to this fascinating area of dream research, primarily through the work of Stephen LeBerge, pioneer in lucidty research.
Writer Marc Barash's site. Marc is a friend, fine writer, and courageous explorer.
A premier dream resource site published by Richard Wilkerson. Between this site and Dreamtree you'll have all the resources you ever need! This address gets you to all his resources including Electric Dreams, a growing collection of annotated links to groups involved in dream sharing, online ezines, dream and sleep science research, dream anthropology and sociology, lucid dreaming and shamanism, Jung, Freud, dreams and film, dream inspired art galleries, personal journals, dream software, and a cyber-dream library, which is an attempt to organize material online for those interested in learning more about dreams, dreaming and dream events. An astounding resource.
Peggy Coates and Richard collaborate on bringing fantastic resources to the net. This magnificent site gives you the Global Dreaming News, published by DreamGate and directed by Peggy of DreamTree. Here, among many other things, you can get the monthly supplement to Electric Dreams (see www.dreamgate.com) which contains the latest scoop on dreams, new web sites, programs, seminars, conferences, reviews and much, much more. On top of all this it is a feast for the eyes - a beautiful site.
Dr. Linton Hutchison has put together a very dynamic, interactive site about dreams and dreamwork. There are 21 different areas to this site, including a BBS, lots of links and other resources, and DreamLynx interns ready to help you translate your dreams.
Dream Network: A Journal Exploring Dreams and Mythologywww.dreamnetwork.net
This pioneering journal encourages individual and cultural appreciation of the value of dreams. Offers many perspectives on dreams, including the non-academic. A delightful forum for diverse voices. Editor Roberta Ossana has faithfully nurtured and carefully refined the old Dream Network Bulletin into an exciting and eclectic journal.
Weekly dream groups available by phone, Mondays, 8-10 Eastern time. Check it out!