As part of your therapy, we may look at your dreams. Dreams often weave a story which offer snippets of inner truth. Dreams sometimes highlight certain aspects of your life that need attending to and can reveal new perspectives. Therefore, dreams can be a valuable tool which can guide the therapy.
Although everyone dreams, not everyone remembers dreams. Fortunately, dream work is not essential for a therapy process. The unconscious is everywhere in life, and can be pulled into therapy in numerous ways, such as investigating feelings, memories, intuitions, imagination, art work, or longings.
As a Jungian Analyst, I have been trained to utilize dreams and other aspects of the unconscious as a part of the therapy process.