Jungian Analysis & Counseling

Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakens ...

~ C.G. Jung

The Four Pillars of My Practice


My clients come to counseling because they are suffering from the symptoms of an unprecedented freefall into the future of a material world without spirituality or meaning. This suffering can manifest in many different ways: anxiety, depression, meaninglessness, hopelessness. Other forms it takes are burnout, stress, and sleeplessness.

If you’re ready to gain understanding and make a shift in perspective, I can help you do that. If you are struggling with anything in your life, whether it’s just a momentary crisis or something that’s been working through you for a while, I can help you find your unshakable center. It may take some time, but we can get there.

Jungian Analysis

Jungian Analysis is for anyone who wants to deep dive into the meaning of life. Whether you are in acute crisis, suffering from the effects of anxiety or depression, or in need of a new perspective on your life, this work can help you. The main difference between Jungian analysis and traditional psychotherapy is that we look at your symptoms symbolically.

Through the analytical process, I try to help bring you into a relationship with the unconscious, and hopefully, to a realization of your unique purpose in life. The work is thoroughly intensive and deeply personal. It is foremost a personal journey of transformation.

Dream Interpretation

Dream interpretation can serve us in so many ways. Dreams have something to teach us about ourselves, not only as individuals, but also as a collective. They reconnect us to everything we have forgotten, help us heal our deepest wounds, and point the way to realizing our greatest potential.

Whether you have had one profound dream that you can’t shake, a recurring one that you feel has a message for you, or a series of dreams you want to explore, get in touch and we’ll work out a plan to explore them.


Psycho-education is for those who don’t necessarily want psychotherapy, but rather would like to understand the inner workings of their mind. Break bad habits, free yourself from destructive relationships, or transcend your creative blocks.

Learn relaxation and meditation techniques to get you through any situation, as well as the profound art of cultivating the productive inner dialogue. Check out the blog to find out more.