Practice

Treatments are offered for depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, mild to moderate eating disorders, mild to moderate addictions, states of confusion and indecision, trauma, childhood sexual abuse, problems containing anger, emotional emptiness and mid-life crises.

I am registered in the Analytical Psychology section of the British Psychoanalytic Council and this is what they say about Jungians:

In Analytical Psychology, the theories of analysis stem from the work of Jung, which, along with other schools, has emphasised that psychological development occurs through relationships.  The creativity and intelligence of dreams and the imagination are recognised, with particular attention drawn to the inter-active connection between unconscious and conscious processes.  Individuation, Jung’s term for self discovery, is seen as a realisation of oneself within the psychological, spiritual, political and economic networks of society.  Jungian analysts consider that we all have in us the capability of healing ourselves and this is what Jungian analysis aims to develop.

Members of the section may be psychoanalytic or Jungian in their orientation and some have a pluralistic approach.  All are committed to ethical practice and follow the codes of practice of their training organisations.