When we realize we are struggling – in our spiritual life, relationships, or work, then the knowledge of a psyche is a necessity as it can offer us a new perspective, ignite a spark and bring about a new sense of energy and direction to life.
Jungian therapist is a form of psychotherapy that provides more insight when facing challenging problems derailing our professional or personal life: loss of vigor, stress, loss of direction, fatigue and self-destructive actions.
What makes Jungian therapy look so different is a comprehensive knowledge of the healing abilities of the therapeutic relationships, the analyst’s own personal interaction and training with the psyche, an understanding of the basic structure and purpose of the unconscious and the capacity to work with and translate dreams and other expressions of psychic life.
Who can benefit from therapy?
Analytical psychotherapy is used in helping adults with a growing concern over issues such as anxiety, depression, sexual abuse, suicidal and obsessed thoughts and feelings. Analytical psychotherapy can also help those having relationship issues, a sense of underachievement or self-dissatisfaction. This therapy is commonly used to reduce the effect of trauma, including trauma suffered in childhood. Those seeking a new direction, self-awareness, or increased productivity can also opt for Jungian therapy.
Effectiveness of Analytical Psychotherapy
This kind of psychotherapy has been discovered to be a reliable kind of treatment for a host of emotional, behavioral and personal problems. Analytical psychotherapy can bring about a lasting change by offering long lasting solutions to the individuals problem. it is known tto offer long lasting change that can still be evident even after many years of receiving treatment. This is due to the fact that the individuals have a better understanding of themselves and knows how best to address their challenges more intelligently as well as new learnt skill and methods that work better in a host of other scenarios. Areas of the personality that were formerly under-utilized or under-expressed turns out to be better developed. There are no exemptions to Jungian therapy irrespective of sex, age, race, background or religion.
Sessions typically take 50 minutes, depending on the therapist consulted. It may take between 1 to 3 sessions to know if Analytical psychotherapy is the right treatment for the patient. Otherwise, other treatments are suggested.
The first session most times provides an insight into the personality of the analyst and what the Analytical psychotherapy process feels like, and if it is indeed the correct approach.