Jungian psychology has its origins in creativity and the development of the individual. It is a process of listening to the deeper layers of your inner world and exploring your creative process and the nature of your own psyche.
Jung believed in the innate healing nature of our own inner psyche. In Jungian analysis we use dreams, images, books, movies, fairy tales, and myths to explore the personal and collective unconscious, to understand our deeper roots and to access the renewing source of energy Jung called the Self.
A Jungian view of environmental disasters and the nature archetype. by Stephen J. Foster
In Risky Business, environmental disasters, our relationship with nature and the Nature archetype are explored from a Jungian perspective through the use of nature myths that illustrate greed and environmental destruction.
I practice psychotherapy, dream work, emotional counseling, creative and business coaching. I work with adults in business, the arts, writers, and creative individuals who want to explore the archetypal dimensions of professional and creative work.
If you are interested in finding relief from symptoms, discovering healing, exploring your creative process or recognizing your own individuation journey, contact me to discuss if Jungian analysis, is right for you.