`Treads a useful path between the nonsensical over-analysis and over-generalization that one tends to get from the more tabloid approach, and the dry academic stance that could rob the material of its creative potential. The style is readable and its interest is enhanced by the use of numerous case examples. Its review of previous theorists is brief and balanced... The main body of the book provides a "how-to-do-it" manual of various techniques for working with dreams. The authors avoid the trap of dogma and the reader feels encouraged to use their ideas creatively rather than following the text step-by-step... The authors are enthusiastic and creative enough to make this a useful book for a variety of professionals, producing concrete description for those who need this and ideas for others... it makes clear that there are structured and pragmatic ways of working with this material that can deepen insight and produce more creative use of the therapy setting... an enjoyable and useful read for a wide variety of professionals'
- Journal of Mental Health
`This book is aimed in particular at counsellors... However, it provides absorbing reading for anyone interested in this subject... a well-written practical book, which provides interesting reading and factual information' - International Review of Psychiatry