Linda has an amazing ability to present from her vast store of knowledge with wisdom, wit, and warmth. She makes learning fun, and her enthusiasm is contagious. ”

-- Workshop Participant


Moving Into Your Dreams: Embracing Embodied Dreamwork, DreamTime Magazine, Spring 2020.

Dreaming Beyond – 7 Tips for Connecting With Your Departed Loved Ones Through Your Dreams – by Linda Yael Schiller, December, 2019.

Modern Dreamwork: New Tools for Decoding Your Soul’s Wisdom, Llewelyn Worldwide Publishers, published 12/8/19,

Taking Your Dreamwork To The Next Level, Spirit of Change Magazine, August 27, 2019

“Title and Re-Titling the Dream: Dreamworker’s Parallel to EMDR, a Transformative Therapy”, Dreamtime, Spring 2014

“Getting Unstuck: Using the GAIA* Method of Dreamwork to Heal From Trauma” Dreamtime, Winter 2012,  IASD

“Integrated and Comprehensive Treatment of Trauma”, published by Western Schools (, June, 2010

“Dreamwork Through the Lens of Kabbalah”, Audiotape from the International Association for the Study of Dreams, (IASD), 2007

“Reweaving the Strands of a Dream Circle”, Audiotape as part of panel presentation for IASD, 2007

Not for Women Only: Applying the Relational Model of Group Development with Vulnerable Populations” in Journal of Social Work with Groups, 2007

“Sharing the Secrets: The Power of Women’s Groups For Sexual Abuse Survivors”, (co-author), in Mutual Aid Groups, Vulnerable Populations, and the Life Cycle, eds. Gitterman and Shulman, 1994, 2005

“Challenging Prevailing Wisdom: Reflections on the Development of the Relational Model of Groupwork”, (invited submission) in Journal of Social Work with Groups, Silver Anniversary Issue, 2003

“Women”s Group Development and the Role Of Facilitator Influence on Group Development”, (invited submission) in Gender and Group Work, eds. Cohen, Marsha and Mullender, Audrey, 2003

“Vicarious Traumatization”, Audiotape as part of panel presentation for National Association of Social Workers, (NASW), 2002

“Integrating Spirituality and Clinical Practice”, Audiotape for NASW”s “Home Ed.” Program, 2002

“Dreamwork and Psychotherapy”, Audiotape for Boston chapter of NASW’s “HomeEd” program, 2000

“Healing the Whole Person: Working with Mind, Body, and Spirit with Survivors of Sexual Abuse”, Audiotape for Boston chapter of NASW’s “HomeEd” program, 1999

Why “Confrontation” Can Be a Misnomer, (The Power of Speaking Out for Survivors of Sexual Abuse), 1997, (unpublished monograph)

“Rethinking Stages of Development in Women’s Groups: Implications for Practice”, in Journal of Social Work With Groups, Haworth Press, Dec. 1997

Stages of Development in Women’s Groups: A Relational Model, in Group Work Practice in a Troubled Society, ed. Kurland and Salmon, The Haworth Press, 1995

“Healing from Trauma: Working with Repressed Memories Through Image, Dream, and Metaphor”, Community Program Innovations Newsletter, 1994

(S)he who has a why to live can bear almost any how.

-- Nietzsche