More about Tzivia Gover, MFA, CDT
Author and educator Tzivia Gover writes and teaches about self-growth and awareness through writing, dream work and mindfulness.
A professional educator since 1996, Tzivia leads workshops at conferences, universities, workplaces and retreats around the country including Esalen Institute in California, Smith College in Massachusetts, American Cancer Society chapters, the International Association for the Study of Dreams conferences and various Massachusetts Department of Education funded literacy programs, among many others.
Tzivia is the author of Mindful Moments for Stressful Days (Storey Books) and Dream House, a poetry chapbook that includes Tzivia's poems inspired by her dreams of home, as well as other poems about love and life. Her articles and essays have been published widely including in The New York Times, the Boston Globe and numerous anthologies and journals.
Tzivia is a Certified Dream Therapist and a member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams. She is the founder 350 Dreamers, a global network of people who practice collective dreaming for global healing.
Tzivia holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Columbia University, and is a Certified Proprioceptive Writing instructor and a Reiki Master Therapist. She blogs about dreaming at All The Snooze That's Fit to Print.
Visit her site: Third House Moon
Visit her blog: All The Snooze That's Fit to Print
Visit her on Facebook: Third House Moon and 350 Dreamers
Her book: Learning in Mrs. Towne's House: A Teacher, Her Students, and the Woman Who Inspired Them
Her book on Amazon
Northhampton, Massachusetts USA