September 23, 2010
Children are free spirits with wildly creative imaginations not only during playtime, but also in their dreams. A child’s dream can be fun and fantastical or dark and scary, but understanding the underlying meaning of a dream can be extremely helpful for both parent and child. Dr. Pam Spurr has created a workbook to help parents explore their child’s dreams as well as develop a closer parent/child bond. Your Child’s Dreams is an informative book that uses 24 case studies, dream exercises and a dream dictionary to help open the lines of communication between parents and children. This book is much more than your typical dream dictionary; it is a learning tool with useful techniques and exercises that parents can use to not only decode dreams, but also enhance and encourage child creativity. This book is a valuable resource for anyone with children who wants to foster a closer parent-child relationship.