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Laura M. Smith

345 Currier Road
Danville, VT 05828

United States

Occupation
Archetypal Dreamwork Practitioner
Internet Presence

Website: www.archetypaldreamworks.com

About Laura M. Smith

Laura describes herself as an Archetypal Dreamwork practitioner who facilitates a conversation between her clients and their dreams to explore the limitless possibilities the dreams have to offer for healing, feeling, self-understanding, and transformation.

Her background includes tutelage under Shamanic Healer, Julie Soquet, Archetypal Dreamwork founder Marc Bregman, Master Dreamwork Practitioners Sue Scavo and Bill St. Cyr, Artist/Poet Karla Van Vliet, and others. She brings her own personal experience and work in addiction recovery. She is a student enrolled in a Master Archetypal Dreamwork analyst certification program at the Center for Archetypal Dreamwork in Montpelier, Vermont, and studies with Master Dreamwork practitioners Sue Scavo and Bill St. Cyr in their Student of the Dream Practitioner Training Program. Her training involves a study of theoretical concepts, experiential learning, and an on-going practice of presence in her own personal work.

Laura is a writer and an artist, painting the images of her dreams, and shares her work through her blog, on-line, in publications, and locally through galleries and shows. She lives with her partner of 17 years in Danville, Vermont where they live "close to the earth" on a small homestead farm. She holds a BA in Communication from the University of Southern Maine.

My favorite book relating to the dream is Carl Jung's The Red Book.

Visit my website at Archetypal Dreamwork with Laura Smith

My notes on the IASD

My community of dreamers, North of Eden, has presented several times at the IASD conferences and I appreciate the professional affiliation with my own Dreamwork practice.

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

Archetypal Dreamwork with Laura Smith
The Dream Tree
Collective Magazine
Stillpoint Arts Quarterly
ARAS Poetry Portal

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