Laura Grace, Ph.D. (c), is a spiritual activist, Jungian counselor, producer of the Central Coast Women’s Symposium (www.centralcoastwomen.com) and author. As a member of Spiritual Director’s International, her background is in world religions, East-West spirituality, Jungian dream analysis, and integrative studies. She has attended The New Seminary and One Spirit Learning Alliance in New York and is currently obtaining her doctoral degree at Pacifica Graduate Institute in the areas of Depth Psychology and Somatic Studies. Laura’s counseling practice is grounded in depth psychology and somatic studies. She specializes in relationship issues (couples and individuals), women’s issues, spirituality, anxiety, stress and depression.
As an active member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, Laura has taught more than two hundred courses on the transforming power of night-time dreams. Laura is an acclaimed speaker and teacher and has been leading workshops for over twenty years. Her interests lie in the areas of women’s leadership, neuroscience, interspirituality, ecopsychology, and nature-based practices and consciousness.
Having authored two books, Laura recently finished her third book on nighttime dreams entitled Dreams: Soul-Centered Living in the 21st Century, A depth psychological and somatic approach to transformation. She has written more than two hundred articles which have been published throughout the United States and Canada.
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