“The analysis of the dream really depends on the dreamer and what the dream represents for the person,” says Dr. Judy Scheel, PhD, LCSW and founder of CEDAR Associates, a private outpatient program in Westchester County, NY. “The dream does not necessarily have anything to do with sex. It could mean just the opposite -- that you feel guilty about something, that you feel conflicted over something. Dreams are representations. You have to deal with the details of the dream. How did you feel during it? Who are the players? Truthfully, you can’t know what a dream means until you analyze it and the dreamer.”
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