What is Jungian Analysis
&
Psychotherapy?

Jungian psychoanalysis and psychotherapy focusses on the whole person, not just cognitions and behaviors: the body and soul as well as the mind, the unconscious as well as consciousness or ego. Jungian psychotherapy and analysis brings greater meaning and depth to everyday life. The unconscious or psyche expresses itself in dreams, both waking and sleeping, as well as symptoms and synchronicities [meaningful coincidences]. An exploration of the unconscious brings new perspective and an enlarged and enlivened sense of self.

What is the difference between analysis and psychotherapy? Analysis tends to go deeper, and sometimes, though not always, involves more frequent sessions [twice a week instead of once].

Jungian psychoanalysis and psychotherapy focusses on the whole person, not just cognitions and behaviors: the body and soul as well as the mind, the unconscious as well as consciousness or ego. Jungian psychotherapy and analysis brings greater meaning and depth to everyday life. The unconscious or psyche expresses itself in dreams, both waking and sleeping, as well as symptoms and synchronicities [meaningful coincidences]. An exploration of the unconscious brings new perspective and an enlarged and enlivened sense of self.

What is the difference between analysis and psychotherapy? Analysis tends to go deeper, and sometimes, though not always, involves more frequent sessions [twice a week instead of once].

What is Jungian Analysis
&
Psychotherapy?