Welcome to DocDreamUK
The website of Joan C. Harthan, PhD
"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty
of their dreams".
        Eleanor Roosevelt
"In our everyday world, we see only shadows. But when we
dream, we glimpse that which casts the shadows."
Dream Factoids
Interesting facts you never knew about sleep and dreams
Are you interested in attending
Workshops
or
Courses?
Learn how to use dreams for CREATIVE INSPIRATION
Help for INSOMNIA
Learn how to be a DREAM SHAMAN
Useful Dreaming Resources
Links to dreaming websites, plus
biographical information on some famous
dream workers, past and present
Email   Joan  with  your  questions or comments
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Contact Information

I hope you find the website content useful and
interesting.
Please feel free to email me your comments,
questions or suggestions.

Based in Saddleworth?
I would welcome email contact from those wishing
to be part of a local dreaming community.
Blogspot: scientific topics of immense general interest, filled out
with the rich tapestry of life!
http://writefirsttime.blogspot.com
  • Trained in Harner Shamanic
    Counselling

  • Certified by Robert Moss as
    a Dream Teacher Level 1


A special welcome to all those who have the
courage to explore their dreams
The aim of this website is to help those seeking to explore dreams on a deeper level;
a level that cannot be accessed by using Dream Dictionaries or third party
interpretations.
Can we see the FUTURE in our dreams?
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Video interview of Joan talking
about dreams at the 2012 IASD
Conference in Berkeley, California.

Dreamscloud TV




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Joan is the author of seven
books and numerous articles.



Click here for a list of all her
Publications.
Twisted Tales

Joan's dreams have recently led
her into a productive phase of
writing fiction and her latest book,
a collection of short stories, was
birthed whilst walking the South
West Coast Path in Cornwall.


More Books by Joan


All Joan's books are
available on
Amazon.

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A  Presentation on
The History of Dreams