The Therapeutic Process

Jungian analysis is a psychotherapeutic process developed to help individuals who are struggling, suffering, and or seeking deeper meaning in life. In this process, the client and analyst take a close look at and work to better understand the psychological and or existential issues the individual is grappling with. This approach supports the client in coming to greater awareness, balance, and self-agency. This process is also very creative and rich for individuals seeking deeper meaning in their lives.

And while at the core, this psychological work is a ‘talk therapy’, other modalities can be brought into the sessions, as appropriate or as needed. These might be journaling, free-fall writing, sand tray work, drawing, painting, psycho-drama, or mindfulness practices, to name the main ones.

The following are some of the central focuses analysis

(the therapeutic process) can help individuals with:

  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Trauma
  • Addictions
  • Relationship and or family issues
  • Work-related problems
  • Feelings of anger or rage
  • Creative potentials and or blocks
  • Loss and grief
  • Confusion and loss of direction
  • Psycho-physical symptoms
  • Moods and or mood changes
  • Feelings of meaninglessness
  • Search for identity
  • Mid-life crisis
  • Questions of meaning and or spirituality
  • Dreams, nightmares, fantasies and unconscious material
  • The symbolic and the language of the unconscious