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Jungian Psychoanalysis

“The psychological rule says that when an inner situation is not made conscious, it happens outside, as fate." 

 C.G. Jung, Aion

Jungian Analytical psychology is a branch of depth psychology in the family of psychoanalysis. Developed by Carl Jung, a Swiss psychiatrist, Analytical psychology aims to bring an individual fully into the arms of life holding and bearing the tensions of all experiences in such a way that suffering is tolerable and a new consciousness or self-awareness can emerge. A conscious life imbued with self-awareness can be painful but induces compassion, patience, and empathy for self and others.
My traditional analytic hour is 45-minutes ($160); however, I also offer an extended 60-minute session ($200).