Jungian analysis or Jungian psychoanalysis offers the individual a setting in which to explore his or her inner world.
What is Analytical Psychology?
Analytical Psychology is Jung’s term for his theory and practice of psychology. He coined the term to distinguish it from Freud’s form of psychotherapy, which Freud called psychoanalysis. The phrase most commonly used today to describe Jung’s model of therapeutic practice is Jungian analysis. Whichever term is used, for Jung, psychoanalysis is ideally an attempt to bring conscious and unconscious elements of the psyche into balance.
What is Jungian analysis?
Jungian analysis is a specialized form of psychotherapy in which...