I have special appreciation and interest in Jungian thought, which is orientated towards the future.
Jungian therapy is built on the idea that the unconscious is a source of wisdom that can help promote psychological growth. One of its core tenets is that when we stop living “in the flow” and our authentic self becomes blocked, mental health issues can emerge and develop into depression, addiction etc. This then leads to destructive relationship patterns within our lives.
Rather than focusing on specific symptoms, such as panic attacks, Jungian therapy employs a holistic approach to promote wellness throughout the entire personality.
Each treatment is tailored to the specific individual being treated and strives to help the patient delve into the deeper, sometimes darker, elements of their mind to uncover their “true” self, rather than who they present to the world.
Above all, Jungian therapy is relational and it places the connection at the centre of the therapeutic process.