**Please note: Due to the weather forecast and the anticipation of rain throughout much of the morning and afternoon hours, we have moved today’s classes to Central Library. This course will take place in the Dweck Center located on the lower level of Central Library. You may access the Dweck Center from the main entrance taking the elevator or stairs down to the lower level or by the side entrance on Eastern Parkway immediately to the left of the main entrance and near the flag pole
Why do we dream? Why are dreams often bizarre? Do dreams have symbolic meaning? What are the principles of psychoanalytic dream interpretation? Is dream interpretation the “royal road to the unconscious”? The aim of this course is to examine Sigmund Freud’s theory of dreams, and to learn why it became central to the theory of psychoanalysis.
Dr. Talia Szydlo Berelowitz is a multilingual Doctor of Psychology licensed as a Psychotherapist and as a Psychologist in the United Kingdom and Mexico. She earned her MSc in Theoretical Psychoanalytic Studies from University College London, and her Professional Doctorate (DPsych) from Regents University (London), where she trained in psychodynamic, existential, and cognitive behavior approaches. She has over 10 years of experience working with adults and young adults.Prior to relocating to New York, Talia held a permanent position at King’s College University (London), and worked as a psychotherapist in private practice.
Talia is interested in topics related to migration, life transitions, identity, meaning in life, and the notions of home and belonging.
In collaboration with Prospect Park Alliance, Brooklyn Public Library presents University Open Air, a free, three-week series of classes beginning Tuesday, June 11th in Prospect Park’s former Rose Garden.
To access the Rose Garden, follow signs through Prospect Park's Grand Army Plaza entrance.