Diane E. Greig, Ph.D. is a B.C. Reg. Psychotherapist (BCACC), R. Psychologist (CAP) and Certified Hypnotherapist (CSCH) who has over 25 years of experience exploring psychological, cultural and creative related issues with clients and colleagues. Diane is a researcher who has presented papers internationally in Europe, UK, and USA about emerging feminine consciousness and feminine cultural shadow that is, how women in western society are misrepresented via historical and psychological lenses. Aspects of these presentations have been published in both French (France) and English (USA). Diane received a scholarship for her original research with women spies from Sophia University (USA) and this research is the basis for Invisible Women: The Podcast.
Through the years a deep personal interest in images and narratives that present in dreams, meditation and hypnosis led Diane to establish the Pacific Northwest Dreaming (PNWD) community now in its 12th year — by training dream group leaders, the community holds ongoing dream circles. Diane has presented papers across five continents on the importance of integrating the understandings gleaned from dream narratives into daily life and has published in a variety of journals about such.
Diane has sat on a number of boards and committees including, the Research Ethics Committee, Sophia University, (USA), Big Sisters (B.C.), and as Membership Chair for the International Association for the Study of Dreams (USA). She is presently serving on the faculty of the Sophia Center for Transformative Learning (USA).
Diane has an online private practice helping women tap into their fuller creative potentials — re-imagining and revisioning their lives toward a broader and deeper perspectives as personal and cultural metanarratives are excavated. She continues to lead her dream sharing community and is thrilled to bring Invisible Women: The Podcast, an in-depth documentary style narrative which weaves women spy stories with contemporary issues, to life.
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The podcast and website content is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice or counselling. Always seek the advice of a qualified mental health provider.
Although all interview content is captured from original transcripts and/or archival information some stories are blended. Episodic content is not intended to reflect any one woman and names have been changed to protect their identities.