Jungian psychotherapy and analysis are most often (but not always) a lengthy and insightful process based on conversations.

Jungian psychotherapy is based on conversation, but also involves dreams, fantasies and reflections. The body's signals are also important in the overall picture. Each course has its own way and is individual. It is a therapy that involves the whole human being, including the relationship with the unconscious. It largely builds on exploring the unconscious and its structures to achieve increased integration ie. a better integration of the unconscious in the consciousest.

Understanding, insight, answers and solutions are found in the cooperation between us in the therapeutic space. The time between each meeting is the time when the therapy continues in you.