Jungian Psychotherapy is particularly suitable for those who find themselves stuck
in repetitive patterns that feel destructive and ultimately depressing and constraining.
These cycles may negatively impact on relationships, self-esteem and the capacity to be
creative. Despite efforts of personal will to change there may be a sense of something
else being in the driving seat of one’s life: forces that need to be understood in order to
regain a sense of autonomy and direction.
Issues that can be addressed include: depression; anxiety; childhood trauma (such as
physical, sexual or emotional abuse); trauma associated with other life events; relationship difficulties;
sense of identity; lack of meaning in one’s life.