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Christa Lancaster is the co-founder/co-director of North of Eden and The Center for Archetypal Dreamwork. In practice since 1991, Christa is the co-author of Sex, Trauma and Conjunctio, which includes her spiritual memoir Vessel. She has been teaching, presenting workshops and working with groups since 1992 and retreats since the opening of The North of Eden Retreat Center in 2004. Christa is certified through the New England Art Therapy Institute and studied with Pathwork Vermont for five years. She has a BA in Art History from Barnard College. Her years of experience working with groups underlie the NOE Retreat process.
Marc Bregman is the founder of Archetypal Dreamwork and the co-founder/co-director of North of Eden and The Center for Archetypal Dreamwork. In practice since 1973, Marc is the author of Deep Well Tapes, The Secret of the Pomegranate and co-author of Sex, Trauma and Conjunctio. He has been teaching and presenting workshops since 1992 and retreats at The North of Eden Retreat Center in 2004. Marc has a BA in Religion from the University of Vermont and an MA in Special Education from Johnson State College. Marc worked as a social worker and postal worker before becoming a full-time therapist. www.northofeden.com Archetypal Dreamwork was founded over 35 years ago by Marc Bregman and has its roots in the teachings of Carl Jung, although it has always stood apart from what has come to be called Jungian analysis today. With the recent publication of The Red Book by C. G. Jung, there has been renewed interest in the spiritual journey Jung undertook early in his career, through dreams and visions, which informed the work he did for the rest of his life. The Red Book, as it turns out, is the true precursor of Archetypal Dreamwork, which invites every dreamer to embark on the journey of death and rebirth, as Jung did. A workshop Marc Bregman and Christa Lancaster, cofounders of North of Eden, will be leading this summer at the annual conference of the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD), and in the fall at Kripalu, is titled “Living the Red Book.”