Psychoanalytic individual therapy according to C.G. Jung.

Jung’s approach, while psychodynamic, also includes experiences of the body and the here and now. Likewise images, spontaneous ideas and visions emerging from the unconscious will come into play. For instance, dreams, waking dreams and the experience of meaningful images, metaphors and symbols play a central role.

Even though the emerging aspects of the unconscious world come more into focus, still the experience in the here and now will not be overlooked. Instead, as an deep relationship between those two aspects develops, personal, collective, transpersonal and transgenerational information from the unconscious will open multiple ways to enter into dialogue with this world and its aspects.

Authentic Movement can be a part of a session or a rich addition, also, for example, visual creations can be integrated into a session.