“Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.” ~C.G. Jung
I provide individual in-person counseling and Jungian psychotherapy for adults at 600 University Ave. Suite 6B. My practice is Covid conscious, following the necessary state and federal guidelines for in-person sessions.
My practice focuses on assisting people navigate life transitions, mid-life issues, search for meaning/purpose in life, anxiety, depression, and grief. My approach as a psychotherapist is guided by the psychological theory of psychiatrist C.G. Jung (1875-1961) of Switzerland. Jung’s theory of psychology is helpful with a variety of issues, assists an individual in reaching their full potential and to have a better understanding of what might be at work for them on a deeper level.
Individual counseling generally focuses on a specific issue or concern and might be short-term in duration, while Jungian psychotherapy is a depth-oriented approach focusing on specific issues as well as the relationship one has with oneself and others that might be long term in duration. The type and length of process is determined by the unique needs of each person.
I strive to create a safe, compassionate, non-judgmental environment, while cultivating a therapeutic relationship that serves as a foundation for your process and our work together.
To further explore the possibility of working together please contact me by email or phone; for scheduling an appointment please contact me at 907-347-7481.
Out-of-network provider. Unable to bill for Medicare, Medicaid, and Tricare. Most insurance accepted, insurance billing provided.