Carol D. Warner, M.A., M.S.W. has a long-standing interest in dreams and spirituality. She graduated from the University of Virginia with a Master’s Degree in Religious Studies in 1978, and from Smith College School for Social Work with an Master’s Degree in Social Work in 1983.Currently, in addition to writing, she has a full-time private practice in Tucson, Arizona in which she uses dreams, Holographic Memory Resolution, prayer and other tools to integrate spirituality into her psychotherapeutic work. She has worked extensively with trauma, abuse and dissociative disorders and has many years of post-graduate training to help in this area. Her focus is on safe, non-leading work. Her long-term work with clients with dissociative disorders led her into a deep understanding of mind control and how it is used to create Manchurian candidates to serve in various capacities at every level of society. Carol was on the Board of Directors of the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD) for much of its first 17 years of existence, served as Chair of the Board for three of those years, and has been Chair of the Ethics Committee for 20 years. The IASD Dreamwork Ethics Statement which she and her committee authored has become the gold standard internationally. She has taught and given workshops on many aspects of dreamsand spirituality in many locations, including internationally.
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