Jungian Individual Analysis

 What is Jungian Analysis?
Jungian Analysis and Psychotherapy were pioneered by the Swiss psychiatrist, Carl Gustav Jung in the last century. It is a process which helps individuals to gain psychological maturity in accordance with the natural process of individuation, which occurs in the dialogue between the conscious and the unconcious. While it can help with specific issues such as depression, compulsion, addiction, anxiety and destructive relationship patterns, it is essentially a holistic and forward looking approach which enables full creativity, meaning and purpose and pychological and social health.
Jungian analysis engages our deep inclination for psychological growth to promote healing and well-being.
While Jungian analysis takes into account the impact of our childhood and past, it also looks forward and asks: What psychological development is now called for?
(New York Association for Analytical Psychology)

Where do analysts train?
The International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) provides a list of analysts and Training Institutes around the world. The original C.G .Jung Institute was formed by Dr Carl Gustav Jung in Kusnacht, Zurich and to this day it is a centre of excellence for the training of analysts. Jungian analysts are sometimes called analytical psychologists or (in Switzerland), Jungian psychoanalysts.
We are accredited Jungian psychoanalysts, trained at C. G. Institute in Zurich, Kusnacht.
How is therapy conducted?
Therapy may be take place face to face or on line, and sessions last 45 or 50 minutes, usually weekly or fortnightly for a minimum period of six months.

Useful Links
The International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) https://iaap.org/
C. G. Jung Institute, Zurich https://junginstitut.ch/en/