Jungian Analysis

Jungian analysis is a type of talk therapy created by Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung following his long collaboration with Sigmund Freud. The purpose of Jungian analysis is individuation, or achieving wholeness as a person. The process focuses on integrating the conscious and unconscious aspects of the mind to create balance, and uses personality analysis, dream analysis, and an understanding of the archetypes of the collective unconscious to do this. Jungian analysis is also called Jungian therapy, analytical psychology, or analytical therapy.

Jungian Therapy: How It Works & What to Expect

Jungian therapy, or Jungian analysis,* is a type of psychodynamic psychotherapy which utilizes the instinctual motivation for psychological development in addition to those of love and power.

Soulwork: What Makes Jungian Analysis Different

One of Carl Jung’s great gifts to depth psychology was his recognition that mind and body are one and that our symptoms, psychological and physical, can be viewed as manifestations of some part of us that “wants to be known.”

The Holy Grail of the Unconscious

It goes as follows: Man skids into midlife and loses his soul. Man goes looking for soul. After a lot of instructive hardship and adventure — taking place entirely in his head — he finds it again.

Using Junglian Therapy to Find Emotional Balance

Jungian therapy or Jung’s Analysis seeks to illuminate the dark areas of our psyche and favor self-realization. It is an intensive and thorough psychological therapy.