What is Jungian Psychotherapy
Anyone can benefit from Jungian psychotherapy, but it is particularly suitable for those who wish to explore the depths and heights of life through increased consciousness.
If you find that all your enthusiasm for living has dried up, that there seems to be no meaning in anything, or that your creative, playful juices have stopped flowing, then Jungian psychotherapy can help you.
As we get older we all tend to become increasingly one-sided. It is common in our society, for example, to develop and value the thinking, intellectual side to the detriment of the feeling side and to privilege the material over the spiritual. However it is precisely in the neglected, 'inferior', unconscious aspects of our psyche that the potential riches lie. Jungian psychotherapy aims to make contact with these resources through the exploration of the dream and fantasy images which also inhabit this underworld source.
Analyst and analysand are partners in this enterprise. The work done in analysis comes out of a mutual process which is open-ended. There is no canonical method to be applied by a superior technician of the psyche to a passive 'patient' - only two human beings bringing everything they have to an exciting and challenging quest.
If you are interested in a free introductory session with Mark Saban phone him on 01865 424749 or contact him by e-mail. Alternately visit the website of the Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists to find a Jungian Analyst near you.