About Sessions 


Opportunity to Learn
Achieving Best Results

RelationshipWhether or not therapy succeeeds depends in large part upon the individual's openness to personal growth and relationships, especially to the therapeutic relationship.
Jungian psychotherapy is usually not brief therapy. It takes time to explore the complexities of feeling and experience that make up a person's own unique past, as well as present manifestations of that past. People who enter Jungian psychotherapy make an important personal commitment that can easily extend over many years.TimeOnly those individuals directly involved in the therapy process know when they have attained the desired results, not limited to symptom relief only. When an individual feels that he or she has accomplished his or her personal goals, termination can be considered and a date set for the end of the therapy.

Individuation: The Journey Toward Wholeness