Home Analytical Therapy Jungian Practice for Analytical Therapy and Hypnotherapy
As a therapist, I work from the Jungian analytical concept, in which the views and theories in the field of the analytical method from Freud to the present are integrated. The analytical method, which finds its origin in Freud, with the addition of the “dissociation-theory” (Janet) and innovative insight theory of Jung, has become a form of therapy that cannot be used to treat only symptoms, as it is done in the behavioural / cognitive therapies, but also enables to treat expressions of the human soul processes casu quo personality disorders. This allows the analytical therapist client support in a process that focuses not only on the public interest, but also leads to a personal integration or individuation. Jung, as the founder of analytical psychology, has made, with his theory of the unconsciousness, the structural opening visible and understandable to the soul processes through the archetypal symbolism. Because of this problems on life processes or stages of life are made more understandable and more manageable. Limitation to the old analytical approach would mean a narrowing of Jung's ideas and thoughts. Jung himself, in that regard, told that only the generation after him, will "understand" his work.
Jung: "Ich kann es kaum verschleiern, daß wir Psychotherapeuten eigentlich Philosophen oder philosophische Ärzte sein sollten". (Aufsätze zur Zeitgeschichte, Zürich 1946).
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Home Analytical Therapy Jungiaanse Praktijk voor Analytische Therapie en Hypnotherapie
As a therapist, I work from the Jungian analytical concept, in which the views and theories in the field of the analytical method from Freud to the present are integrated. The analytical method, which finds its origin in Freud, with the addition of the “dissociation-theory” (Janet) and innovative insight theory of Jung, has become a form of therapy that cannot be used to treat only symptoms, as it is done in the behavioural / cognitive therapies, but also enables to treat expressions of the human soul processes casu quo personality disorders. This allows the analytical therapist client support in a process that focuses not only on the public interest, but also leads to a personal integration or individuation. Jung, as the founder of analytical psychology, has made, with his theory of the unconsciousness, the structural opening visible and understandable to the soul processes through the archetypal symbolism. Because of this problems on life processes or stages of life are made more understandable and more manageable. Limitation to the old analytical approach would mean a narrowing of Jung's ideas and thoughts. Jung himself, in that regard, told that only the generation after him, will "understand" his work.
Jung: "Ich kann es kaum verschleiern, daß wir Psychotherapeuten eigentlich Philosophen oder philosophische Ärzte sein sollten". (Aufsätze zur Zeitgeschichte, Zürich 1946).
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