About My Clients
The goal in the process of psychological healing, through Jungian Analysis, is the re-establishment of the connection with the interior life in order to solve psychological struggles. Reverence to this inner wisdom is a contemplative stance of listening to the interior music that connects us with our inner life. Life challenges are the synchronistic mirrors, of the disconnections from the truths of our interior life. Unbeknownst to us, we have contributed to the rupture of such connection.
My Background and Approach
Early in my psychotherapist career of 31 years, I met a curious and dedicated young woman who was going through difficult times. She was nervous when we met, and she did not know specifically how her life may change as a result of therapy. Neither did I. She felt depressed often and also anxious. As we continued meeting, she felt more comfortable and courageously told me, that she felt hopeless, stuck in life, confused, and full of worries. Little by little, as she looked within during our work together, her life began to change. She became assertive and clearer in her options and life goals. Her relationships with others became more satisfying. She was significantly less depressed and anxious, and as she said to me almost at the end of our work together, "I feel happier with myself and in life now than when I met you the first time."