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Fri, May 06


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Dreamwork and Active Imagination with System Involved Youth

Camara Meri Rajabari, LMFT

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Dreamwork and Active Imagination with System Involved Youth
Dreamwork and Active Imagination with System Involved Youth

Time & Location

May 06, 2022, 12:30 PM – 4:30 PM PDT

Online Event

About the Event

Camara Meri Rajabari, LMFT

Training Description

This course will introduce attendees to ancient and cross-cultural practices of dream telling as a means of transmitting generational wisdom, exploring self-inquiry and inspiring communal connection. Attendees will learn a variety of dream recall methods and active imagination processes that can support system-involved youth in connecting to their creativity and developing self-awareness. This experiential training will explore unconscious symbolism, narrative storytelling, and creative embodiment as resources to assist foster and system involved youth in understanding their emotions and the language of their inner self.

Supplies needed: paper/journal, pen, color pencils/markers, drawing paper, or copy paper. Any other art supplies you have on hand.

Learning Objectives

● Develop a foundation for improving outcomes for system-involved youth through mindfulness and creative expression

● Learn how to apply the methods of dreamwork and active imagination with traumatized populations.

● Increase comfort and competence in facilitating dreamwork and active imagination methods to support system-involved youth.


12:30-12:50pm  Arts-Based Check-ins

12:50-1:40pm  Intro to Dreamwork

1:40-2:00pm  Art Experiential

2:00-2:45pm  Intro Active Imagination

2:45-3:00pm  Break (CEUs will not be offered during this time)

3:00-3:20pm  Group Dreamwork (bring a dream)

3:20-4:00pm  Exploring Group Imagination with Dreams

4:00-4:30pm  Wrap up/Questions & Answers/Close & Course Evalutions

Meet Our Trainer

Camara Meri Rajabari (she/her) is an arts-based, somatic, ancestral psychotherapist, professor, and activist living in the unceded lands of the Chochenyo and Ramaytush Ohlone peoples called Oakland, California. Her private practice specializes in anxiety, depression, and intergenerational trauma experienced by Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. Camara’s approach is person-centered, imaginal, and inclusive. Her work focuses on intergenerational trauma, ancestral resiliency, and the exploration/liberation of consciousness.

This course meets the qualifications for (3.75) BBS CEUs for LCSWs, LMFTs, LPCCs, and LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences & is provided by Fred Finch Youth Center, CAMFT Provider #045295.

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