Psychotherapy

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Psychoanalityc and Transpersonal Psychoterapy Sessions

Jungian therapy starts by recognising the potential in each individual and working toward allowing the person to develop themselves fully. This will frequently involve looking at the way that past experiences have affected the individual and the way they continue to prevent us from living fulfilled lives; in other words, Jungian therapy is about ‘removing obstacles’. Transpersonal psychology was developed by American psychologist, Abraham Maslow in the 1960s. The term 'transpersonal' means 'beyond the personal', and this reflects the core aim of the therapy - to explore human growth and help people to discover a deep and more enduring essential self that exists beyond the conditioned ego.

The methodology behind this therapeutic process is a combination of spiritual traditions from around the world, which are integrated with elements of contemporary psychology. This framework can help a wide range of individuals - including groups of people such as families and work colleagues.

Those who undergo this combined styles therapy sessions with me, are expected to gain a complete understanding of themselves, their capacities, and their relationships, and will leave equipped with the skills to help them deal with these beyond therapy. Ultimately, in healing and growth is approached through recognition of the centrality of self.

Here are some questions that might help you decide if Transpersonal and Analytical psychotherapy is for you.

  • Do you feel that there is more to life and to you than meets the eye, and you’d like to go deeper in finding what ‘lies beyond’?

  • Do you have a sense that all things are interconnected, that you are part of a bigger whole?

  • Would you like to be more connected to others and to feel more of a sense of purpose?

  • Do you want to understand better yourself and your environment?

  • Would you like to increase your awareness about your strengths and limitations?

  • Would you like to develop supportive nurturing attitudes and behaviours towards yourself and others?

Who and what sort of conditions can benefit from a psychotherapy session with me?

  • Jungian analysis can help most people who have a genuine desire to learn about themselves and are willing and able to commit to regular meetings certain period of time.

  • Those who suffer from a range of emotional problems, including depression and anxiety, those who seek better relationships, and those who seek growth and deeper meaning in their lives can benefit richly from Jungian analysis.

*Sessions can be via Skype or in person (London/UK - different locations).