About Gregory White, Ph.D.
Greg is Professor of Psychology and Regional Lead Faculty for National University, and directs the Redding Center's graduate programs including MA Counseling Psychology. He has a private practice that draws on contemplative, Jungian, humanistic, and social-psychological traditions. He is trained as both a clinical psychologist (George Washington University, 1982) and as a social psychologist(UCLA,1976). Research interests include dream cognition and dream incubation and personal problem-solving; mindfulness; and numinous dreams. He has been on the faculties of the University of Maryland, University of Auckland, University of California Santa Cruz, and Southern Oregon University and served as Chief of Psychology for Shasta County Mental Health.
List of dream-related publications and/or web sites where
my work is featured.
White, G. L., & Belarde, D. (2010). Dream numinosity: Relationship to Jungian functions and mysticism. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (August).
White, G. L. (2007). Daytime distress and counterfactual thought in dreams. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Western Psychological Association, Vancouver, B.C. (May)
White, G. L. (2007). Individual difference predictors of counterfactual thought in dreams. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, Sonoma State University, CA (July).
White, G. L. (2005). Dream incubation: Effects of positive expectancy and cognitive focus. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, Berkeley, CA.
White, G.L.,& Taytroe, L. (2003). Personal problem-solving using dream incubation: Dreaming, relaxation, or waking cognition? Dreaming, 13, 193-209.