The third Colloque Régional de Montréal was held April 13, 2013 at De Maisonneuve College. This IASD Eastern Canada Region Conference was e a one-day event held in French.
Claude Desloges created a word document with photographs summarizing the conference. Downloadable version is available below.
The Colloque will feature world renowned Jungian psychoanalyst and author, Guy Corneau and Tore Nielsen, professor at the Department of Psychiatry of Montréal University and Director of the Dream and Nightmare Laboratory. Nine other presenters, including six IASD members, will unfold various aspects of dreaming, dreams and dreamwork. The short presentations, directed at both the initiate and non initiate, will illustrate how to tap the inexhaustible source of dreams to enrich one’s waking life and improve “well being”.
The aim of the Montréal Regionals is threefold: 1° Sensitize the general public, Mr. and Ms. Toutlemonde, to dreams and their potential, 2° Make known the professional and material resources related to dreams and dreamwork in the region, 3° Promote IASD, its mission and activities.
Dreams and Healing (Guy Corneau)
Why We Dream: One Researcher’s View of the New Renaissance in Dream Research. (Tore Nielsen)
From Dream to Reality (Manon Lévesque)
How to Decode your Dreams (Nicole Gratton)
The Art of Listening to a Dying Person’s Dreams (Monique Séguin)
Lucid Dreaming and its Benefits (Louise Marchand)
Dream Incubation Yesterday and Today (Claude Desloges)
Dream Categories (Denise Cardinal, Yves Dubuc, Claude Couture)
The Metaphorical Language of Dreams (Marie-Hélène Maltais)