Ian Wallace is a psychologist who specialises in dreams and dreaming. He is widely acclaimed in the media for his live dream analysis, performed with an expert empathy and immediacy that both informs and entertains. Ian has an encyclopaedic knowledge of dreams and the dreaming process and over thirty years of experience of putting his learning into successful practice.

Since graduating in Psychology, Ian has analysed over 250,000 dreams for his clients during his professional career as a dream psychologist. His experience and insight from this work leads Ian to believe that exploring our dreams is the most powerful and accessible way to realise what we want in life and how to achieve it. As the author of the best-selling dream book, ‘The Top 100 Dreams’, he has increased public awareness of the value of dreams and sleep, and how to actually make practical use of them.

Ian is the originator of the Dream Connection Process, a unique and powerful method that enables anyone to connect the imagery and symbolism that they create in their dreams to situations and opportunities in waking life where they can use this awareness to make a healthy difference. He uses the Dream Connection Process with even the scariest and most disturbing nightmares, so that the dreamer can identify positive actions to take in waking life that will help them connect with their deepest hopes and aspirations. As Ian says to his clients, “A dream is just a dream until you put it into action”.

Ian regularly appears on television, on radio and in print, where is consistently recognised and applauded for his articulacy, his accuracy and his authority. For Ian, the true reflections of his talents are the responses of his media hosts. Here are some of those comments.

“Freaky. I hadn’t spent five minutes on the phone to Wallace and he had his fingers so deep in my
head he could have used my skull as a bowling ball.” – John Naish, Health Editor, The Times
“Astonishing!” – Nick Ferrari, LBC
“Absolutely brilliant!” – Steve Wright, BBC Radio 2
“Astonishingly accurate!” – Chris Evans, BBC Radio 2
“Genius!” – Nicky Campbell, Radio 5 Live