In psychotherapy you are free to talk about what’s on your mind. This discussion can bring instant benefits. However issues can be complex and longer-term therapy is needed. Conflict can be a call from within to take time and explore yourself in depth.

My practice is informed by a wide range of modalities but my core approach is Jungian. Jungian psychotherapy recognizes the unconscious dimension of the human personality and its influence in all areas including self-esteem, relationships, mental outlook, emotional reactions, creativity and performance. Jungian psychotherapy sees the unconscious as a reservoir of potential, while an unsatisfactory relationship to the unconscious is often at the root of personal problems and interpersonal conflict.

Here Jungian psychotherapy offers particular insight as the therapist is tuned to the language of the unconscious, understanding its images and exploring them in depth.

Discussing your dreams is an important aspect of Jungian psychotherapy.  Dreams usually communicate what the conscious mind is unaware of. Often dreams point to the root of your problems and indicate unexplored potential.

The intention to become the person you are meant to be is a living force at work deep within, urging you to be true to yourself.  Psychotherapy helps you listen and understand what your inner voice is trying to tell you.  A life of renewed purpose, depth, and sense of meaning are often reported outcomes of Jungian psychotherapy.