Karen Mori Bonner, MS, LPC is a practicing counselor who has a special interest and expertise in dream therapy. Karen works with individuals and families dealing with life issues and is known for her seminars and workshops on dream work.  After a twenty year career in her family retail business in Jackson, MS, Karen received an Master’s degree in counseling psychology from Mississippi College in 2005.  She is now a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) licensed by the state of Mississippi.

Karen was introduced to dream work by her priest and spiritual director almost twenty nine years ago.  She found the discipline of working with dreams not only spiritually satisfying but offering deep psychological healing as well.  She has helped facilitate two dream groups for the last thirteen years and has received additional training in dream group leadership from the Haden Institute in North Carolina.

In addition to her private practice, Karen most enjoys offering workshops in which she teaches the basics of dream work for psychological, spiritual and creative health and wholeness.  For more information about how to schedule a workshop, please contact Karen at 601-594-1961.

Karen is also a counselor at Three Oaks Behavioral Health, an intensive outpatient clinic for adults with psychiatric and addiction diagnoses.  Find out more about Three Oaks at www.threeoakshealth.com.

2019 Winter Dream Conference at Gray Center!  Friday night, Feb.22 – Introduction to Dream Work with Karen Bonner. All day Saturday, Feb. 23 with Jerry Wright! Group Dream Work Saturday night and Sunday morning, Feb. 24.  Here’s the link to register.

Dr. Wright’s presentation: The Creative Unconscious and Her Many Manifestations
This presentation by Dr. Wright will address the fecund unconscious that is always birthing and inviting us to be midwives for the unfolding of our lives, individually and collectively.  Special attention will be given to nighttime dreams, daytime projective phenomena, and archetypal images that result in religions and religious doctrines and dogmas.  Drawing on the rich analytical psychology of C. G. Jung and various religious and mystical traditions, Dr. Wright will offer practical suggestions for attending dreams, projections that color all relationships, and numinous experiences that seek us out rather continuously.  Advanced knowledge of Jungian psychology is not required to be a full participant in the conference.
New to dream work?  Not sure what an archetype is?  Or a numinous experience?  Join us Friday night for a fast and fun introduction to Jung’s model of the psyche, a map to the source of dreams plus a cheat-sheet of Jungian terms to enrich your weekend experience!  Then stay with us Saturday night and Sunday morning to practice what we’ve learned using projective dream work methods in group dream work!

Understanding Your Dreams: A Brief Introduction Millsaps, Saturday, April 13, 2019, 9am – 1pm, $45.00.  What are these images and stories that come in our sleep?  Do they mean anything? Yes!  If you want better self-understanding, better relationships and more inspiration and energy, come learn what your deeper wisdom is showing you in your dreams!  For more information or to register, contact Millsaps College Continuing Education at 601-974-1130 or go to this link: Millsaps College Community Enrichment