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2019-Rubin Naiman

Healing Sleep and Dreams, a 2019 Cape Cod Institute workshop led by Rubin Naiman July 8-12

Rubin Naiman

Healing Sleep and Dreams
July 8-12, 2019

Mental health is not just a matter of waking life. Sleep loss, the most prevalent health concern in the U.S. today, has been strongly linked to anxiety, depression, obesity, and illness. Although mental health professionals routinely encounter insomnia in their practices, few are adequately prepared to address it.

Join world-renowned sleep and dream expert Dr. Rubin Naiman for a uniquely informative clinical and consciousness-enhancing experience. This comprehensive program addresses insomnia from a body, mind, and spirit perspective, integrating complementary and alternative medicine, cognitive-behavioral interventions, and Jungian/archetypal approaches. Through engaging presentations, in-depth discussions, and personal practices, participants can expect to gain a rich and practical understanding of sleep and dreams to better help their clientele as well as themselves.

An Integrative Approach to Sleep and Dreams

  • Objectives, outline and approach

  • Sleep and dream loss: the night fever model             

  • Sleep loss, inflammation, physical and mental health

The nature of sleep and dreams

  • We don't get sleep because we don't get sleep

  • The science of sleep and REM sleep

  • Rhythms: the power of when

The Big Picture: Cultural Factors Shaping Our Sleep

  • The suppression of night, darkness and melatonin

  • The industrialization of everyday life

  • Our addiction to waking: counterfeit energies and resistance to rest

Understanding and Evaluating Major Sleep Disorders

  • Screening and evaluation of sleep and dreams

  • The presentation and etiology of insomnia

  • Personal evaluation: describe your "night stand"

Healing Sleeplessness and Insomnia

  • The Noise Reduction Model: taking & letting go of something to sleep

  • Sleeping pill alternatives: botanicals, nutraceuticals, melatonin

  • Managing body, mind and bed 'noise'

Managing Body and Bed Noise

  • The body in sleep: gravity, heat, rest practices, stimulus control

  • The princess and the pee: what really wakes us up at night?

  • Your sleep environment: beds, bedding and bedrooms


Managing Mind Noise

  • Thoughts, beliefs and meta-cognitions around sleep (CBT-I)

  • A non-violent approach to night, sleep and dreams

  • Sleeping together: the night side of relationships

Re-Writing Our Bedtime Story

  • The art of spiritual surrender

  • Where do you go when you go to sleep?

  • Falling in love with sleep again

Understanding Dreams and Dreaming

  • Dream interpretation, relation and healing

  • Bad dreams, nightmares and shadow work

  • The waking dream: re-enchanting everyday life

The United States of Consciousness
Sleep & Dream Lessons for Waking

  • Braid Theory: toward a unified consciousness

  • What is consciousness?

  • On becoming practically conscious

Rubin Naiman

Rubin Naiman

Rubin Naiman, PhD, is a psychologist, clinical assistant professor of medicine and the sleep and dream specialist at the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona. He is the leader in the development of integrative medicine approaches to sleep and dream disorders, integrating conventional sleep science with depth psychological and spiritual perspectives. Dr. Naiman is the author of a number of groundbreaking works on sleep, including Healing Night, Healthy Sleep (with Dr. Weil) and The Yoga of Sleep, as well an upcoming book, The Art of Sleep and Dreams. Dr. Naiman also blogs for Huffington Post and Psychology Today. His presentations have been described as "brilliant," "magical," "truly creative," and "simply outstanding." See

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What our alumni are saying:

“I have left with a greater comfort and understanding of the sleep and dreaming process, this course has and will continue to benefit me, which will benefit my clients, staff, and supervision.”

“Thank you Dr. Naiman, this was a monumental experience with a down to earth touch. Great food for thought, healing balm for spirit and soul.”

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Social workers completing this course will receive 15 General Social Work Practice continuing education credits. ASWB ACE Individual Course approval statements can be found here.

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