I am a professor, author, researcher and applied clinician in Psychology. I became interested in the science of consciousness and dreaming while working with cancer patients, years ago. I noticed that the cancer patients I worked with wanted to talk about their dreams. Though I was not particularly interested in dreams at the time, patients continued to bring them up; session after session. I finally decided to explore the science of dreaming and found a whole world of knowledge. The science of dreaming was being studied all over the world by a vast array of scientist! This is when my own scientific explorations began. I studied dreams and then designed techniques for linking them to waking day life in meaningful ways. My work became focused on helping people with self-discovery and self-change. Dreams can help with health issues, relationships, work-related issues, and bring life-changing information into the conscious mind. Dreams are a problem-solving mechanism that will bring forth novel solutions. My work is my way of sharing what I have learned from research and practice, with the world.