IASD Members - this page was last updated on Sat, 03 Jan 2015

Katrina Martin

United States

Academic Coach, Writer, Healer, Dreamworker
Internet Presence

Website: http://www.katrinadreamer.com

About Katrina Martin

I am an academic coach and tutor in the San Francisco Bay Area who helps students in K-12, college, and beyond reduce their stress, increase their confidence, and feel comfortable with themselves. I do this through mindfulness, meditation, guided imagery, and dreamwork.

I'm also an intuitive healer and dream worker who works with people from around the world.

I'm the past research director for the TerraPlaces project, which focused on the effects of sitting with nature. A research paper I wrote on the project will be published in an upcoming ReVision. Our fall phase focused on the connections between dreams and the land. I am fascinated by the idea of an ecological unconscious and the concept of Nature appearing in dreams and/or sending dreams.

I'm a big dreamer. I've had powerful ancestral dreams, healing dreams, and precognitive dreams.

I received a masters in Consciousness and Transformative Studies from JFK University.

You can read more about me at my blog.

My notes on the IASD

I learned about the IASD during my time as a master's student at JFKU. Since then, I've spoken at three conferences (2009 in Chicago and 2012 & 2014 in Berkeley) and I've made lasting friends and invaluable connections.

 List of dream-related publications and/or web sites where my work is featured.

I wrote regularly for the DreamTribe.

Enlivening Relationship with Place, a research paper I wrote as a result of the first two phase of the TerraPlaces project, will be published in the upcoming Earth Dreaming issue of ReVision.

Embodying the Power of the Storm, a piece on my connection with storms and how this manifested through dreams, synchronicity, and the natural world was published as part of the terrapsychology anthology Rebearths: Conversations with a World Ensouled.

The Owl and the Pussycat: Animal Visitations in Dreams and Waking Life, a piece I presented at the 2009 conference, can be found at my website.

You can read more of my writing at Katrina Dreamer.

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