Tzivia in green jacket in doorway“I want to help you connect with the everyday power, beauty, and wisdom of your life—awake and dreaming.”

Using a unique blend of dreamwork and mindfulness-based practices, author and certified dream therapist Tzivia Gover awakens people to the extraordinary joy, beauty, and wisdom hidden within the ordinary moments of our daily lives. She offers one-on-one sessions, workshops, and keynotes to spark new insights on who we are and who we might become.

Tzivia is the director of the Institute for Dream Studies, where she offers online courses in Dreams and Dream Certification.

Tzivia’s workshops and classes are appropriate for corporate, community, and educational groups, as well as for retreats and special programs. She has led events at: Esalen Institute, Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat, SOUND Center for Healing and Art, and various colleges and universities, among many others. Tzivia has her MFA in writing from Columbia University, and is also a certified Proprioceptive Writing instructor and Reiki Master.

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Tzivia’s Big Dream

Rejuvenate interest in dreaming and dreams: Did you know that everyone dreams—several times each night? So, why is nobody talking about this? Tzivia helps re-introduce people to the wonder and wisdom of their nightly dreams.

Wake people up to the hidden potential of dreams to positively impact their health, happiness, and connection to others: Dreamwork has been proven to be a practical, short-term therapy for everything from getting through grief, to navigating transitions such as divorce or job changes, healing from Post Traumatic Stress, and nightmares. Dreamwork also helps build stronger relationships and improve people’s overall sense of well-being, confidence, self-esteem, and personal empowerment.

Translate serious dream scholarship into practical guidance for people’s everyday experience of dreaming: Tzivia’s dreamwork is a synthesis of her studies of scientific, psychological, religious, mystical, and cross-cultural dream traditions. As director of the Institute for Dream Studies, she works to spark interest and action in the field of dream education and practice.