Emotion is the chief source of all becoming-conscious. There can be no transforming of darkness into light and of apathy into movement without emotion.
— Carl Jung

Jungian psychotherapy integrates Carl Jung's most influential concepts into a process of therapy that promotes emotional wellbeing, psychological growth, and self-understanding/self-acceptance. Some of these key concepts include:

  • The archetypes and how they manifest and influence your life

  • Active Imagination

  • The Self

  • Complexes

  • The relationship of the opposites within

  • Shadow

  • Individuation

Jungian psychotherapy is a holistic approach to therapy that recognizes how the unconscious can influence the way we understand and relate to the world and our own selves. The term “unconscious” can have many meanings and is often misunderstood. In the context of Jungian psychotherapy, the unconscious is essentially the undiscovered and unnoticed parts of ourselves and our lives that affect how we experience the world. Therefore, the process of Jungian psychotherapy seeks to bring consciousness and understanding to these previously unknown areas of experience.

Jungian psychotherapy addresses the underlying structures and experiences that often lead to unhelpful/habitual patterns, depression, anxiety, and feelings of being stuck/unmotivated. The process aims to bring resolution to inner conflicts and restore meaning, purpose, and creativity.