Interview Topic: The Importance of Reviving Our Suppressed Histories
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Tayria Ward, Ph.D., co-host of Remembering the Truth of Who We Are, has worked intensively with her own and other peoples’ dreams for more than 40 years, and for nearly 20 years has been an avid student of indigenous ways of knowing and being. In 2004, she established Bridging Worlds, a center for working with individuals and groups to bridge the waking mind with the dreaming mind, the domesticated self with the indigenous self, culture with nature, the visible with the invisible, the conscious with the unconscious.
Presently she has a private practice specializing in dream analysis in Asheville, North Carolina, where she works with clients in person, by Skype and by telephone. She also offers dream groups, workshops, retreats and lectures. She has a Ph.D. in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. Previously she was a minister in an interfaith organization for 20 years, a professor at undergraduate and graduate levels, and owner of a retreat center in the remote mountains of Western North Carolina where she conducted regular retreats and vision quests.