Children are having nightmares related to the coronavirus. Children cannot fully escape from the relentless, graphic stories in the media about the inability to breathe, body bags, needles and 500,000 dead. These st ...read more
Arthur Strock, Ph.D., is a Founding Life Member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams. He is dedicated to sharing information about dreamwork and how it can be used to improve our lives. Dr. Strock holds advanced degrees in psychology and clinical social work. His professional experience includes work in hospital, corrections, school, and private practice settings. He has also taught psychology courses as an adjunct faculty member at colleges in New Jersey. His writing includes a column in the Dream Network Journal and articles online and in other publications. He currently works as a school psychologist and provides dream workshops for professionals and the general public. Arthur published “Live By Your Dreams: Heartwarming Stories About Dreams and What They Tell Us” in 2005 and is available on Amazon. Arthur resides in New Jersey with his partner, art therapist Susan Dingsor. They enjoy their rural location overlooking a natural spring-fed lake that offers relaxed kayaking during their leisure time.
It was time to dig those old dream journals out of the basement. Yes, they were all there stored in plastic storage containers, thirty-three years worth. The early journals were 9½ by 6 inch spiral notebooks. That spiral format had many advanta ...read more
THE OLD MAN was still working. He had enough money and didn’t need to work, but working was a part of him. He dimly realized that his sparkle of existence fueled by over half a century of work was dying. He needed to know if his illusory passion ...read more
In the process of living, I often incubate a dream to get information. So, in keeping with the current Dream Network theme, I turned to dream incubation to give me additional understanding about the experience of living one's life as if it were ...read more
People are becoming increasingly health conscious. Dreams, however, are often overlooked as a potential aid to good health. The following account of a persistent health problem shows how dreams can be called upon to provide continuing health ca ...read more