Jungian Analysis/ Psychotherapy

What is Jungian Analysis and Psychotherapy?

Jungian analysis and psychotherapy is a well established therapy and psychotherapeutic approach based on the work of Carl Gustav Jung, the Swiss psychoanalyst (1875 – 1961). In contrast to other behavioural based models of psychotherapy, a Jungian psychotherapy aims to facilitate a lasting psychic change. This transformation changes clients’ relationship to their inner world and dynamics. Long term psychotherapy is necessary and effective for the achievement of fundamental changes in the psychic structure

Much of the work in Jungian analysis and psychotherapy involves working with dreams and the unconscious. Carl Jung believed that dreams were one of the most important ways in which the unconscious expressed itself. Dreams reflected the inner truth and reality of the dreamer – the “just so” of the situation. They provide valuable information in understanding inner life and dynamics. As such, dreams are an indispensable tool for self-discovery and knowledge.

By using Jungian dream interpretation techniques and or other symbolic material, analyst and client explore the underlying meaning in suffering, and work together to facilitate change and transformation. See article on Jungian dream work.

Goal of Jungian Analysis and Psychotherapy

The goal of a Jungian analysis and psychotherapy is to facilitate your natural inclination towards psychological wholeness and individuation by activating your ability to heal the stuck places in your life. The work involves making conscious deeply ingrained and destructive life patterns, and aligning you with your natural life energy and flow. Long term commitment to this process can result in deep transformation of inner structures and patterns.

Sessions are usually 50 to 55 minutes in length and take place once or twice a week Ideally, Jungian analysis and psychotherapy works the best when the analyst and client meet face to face. However, telephone consultations are available for people where face to face meetings are not possible.


55-60 minute session = $150.00 including 13% HST (effective July 1, 2014) 45 minute session = $100.00 including 13% HST (effective July 1, 2011)

Jungian Analysis and Psychotherapy, Toronto, Ontario

Jungian Analysis:

A Swiss empirical research study completed in 2003 determined that a Jungian based psychoanalytic therapy was very effective in successfully treating a broad range of emotional and psychological distress including:

  • depression
  • anxiety
  • addictions
  • mid-life or spiritual crises
  • feeling of meaningless
  • spiritual emptiness
  • relationship difficulties
  • recovery from loss or trauma

Find out how Christina can help you through psychotherapy, Jungian Analysis, Jungian Astrology, or Dream Analysis. To set up an initial consultation, click here to email or you can book an appointment online.

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