In Jungian analysis the analyst and patient engage on an inner journey, a process of listening to the unconscious which manifests in dreams symptoms and other behavioural patterns. As an analyst, the question I hold is ‘what is trying to emerge in this person’s life now?’ The unconscious is not only a place of repressed memories but one full of potential and opportunity. Developing a relationship between our inner and outer worlds enables a fuller more integrated life to be lived
In analysis I meet with patients at least twice weekly and a higher frequency may be necessary and is possible. During a session, both analyst and patient will be attentive to their thoughts, feelings, reveries and physical sensations.
"Listening to the voice within.” Christopher Perry