Consider Jungian Psychoanalysis

Life can be very busy and difficult to handle at times. Sometimes, it can simply be too much. When you want to find a way to cope with the struggles in your life, you may find Jungian psychoanalysis to be helpful. We offer the best in Jungian therapy. This method deeply analyzes personal and professional complexities. It aims to discover complexes to help healing happen more creatively and completely. It also is helpful in establishing and maintaining good relationships.

The goal of the first meeting with a Jungian therapist is to create a positive working relationship. This is to start on the path to healing correctly, and it’s difficult to make significant healing progress without a solid connection with the therapist.

Through Jungian analysis, you will learn to accept the inner truths that your unconscious self already knows. The dreams you have are important because they often show gaps between your consciousness and these self-truths. They emphasize issues you deal with about the attitude of your conscious self.

You may not always remember your dreams, but it is possible that you will begin to remember more of them during therapy. When you have a dream before your first meeting with the therapist, make note of it because it can be helpful in starting therapy off right.

Doing the best you can to recall your dreams each night will go a long way in aiding the progress of your healing. Dreams aren’t essential to Jungian therapy, but they do promote a more solid analysis. Healing can still occur, even if you don’t remember your dreams or don’t dream very often.

You will usually meet with your therapist about once a week. However, you may meet more frequently if you and your therapist agree it would be beneficial. Face-to-face sessions are done most of the time as this creates a more therapeutic and personalized environment. However, you and your therapist may find another arrangement that works better for you both.

  1. G. Jung was born in 1875 and passed away in 1961. He was a Swiss psychiatrist who possessed a deep understanding of the human psyche. He held that the psyche is based on a broader unconsciousness that exists in every human. Complexes occur when there are disconnections between how we experience the outer world and our expectations of our basic human consciousness. The self is at the helm when it comes to the pattern of basic inner human consciousness, and this is critical.

Contact a trained therapist to learn more about how Jungian psychoanalysis can benefit your healing.