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Jungian Psychoanalysis

Jungian Psychoanalysis, otherwise known as Depth Psychology is a form of treatment that focuses on unconscious processes, dreams and symbolic material aimed at uncovering the deep-seated causes of emotional distress, behavioral issues, and relationship problems. At Behr Psychology, our Founder offers Jungian psychoanalysis, supporting our clients on their path to self-discovery and healing.

What is Jungian Psychoanalysis?

Jungian Psychoanaysis is a therapeutic approach that focuses on understanding and resolving internal conflicts by exploring emotions, desires, and early life experiences through exploring and linking the unconscious mind with conscious experience. The goal of this treatment is to help people become more self-aware and understand the psychological forces shaping their behavior and interactions.

Jungian psychoanalysis near me

Jungian psychoanalysis delves deeper into the unconscious mind. At Behr Psychology, our Founder Jessica January Behr, Psy.D. is a training Jungian Analyst who provides a supportive environment where you can safely explore your inner world.

Your psychodynamic therapist will use techniques such as dream interpretation, active imagination, and exploration of personal archetypes to facilitate a dialogue with the unconscious and enhance your personal development and emotional growth.

Our Services

Our Jungian Psychoanalysis services include:

  • Individual psychodynamic therapy sessions
  • Jungian psychoanalytic counseling
  • Support and guidance from experienced therapists
  • In-office and online therapy sessions

Who do we treat?

Our therapists at Behr Psychology assist people with anxiety, depression, and relationship concerns. People who seek treatment with us aim to process trauma, achieve work-life balance, deal with changes, or integrate religion and culture. Others focus on sexual health and dysfunction, seek help navigating intersectionality, engage in self-exploration, seek to increase self-esteem, and build assertiveness.

How do I find Jungian Psychoanalyst near me?

For those living in NYC, our therapists at Behr Psychology offer in-person consultations at our Midtown West or Upper West Side offices. We also offer online sessions for those in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida, South Carolina, and California.

If you want to achieve lasting change and a deeper understanding of yourself, contact us today and embark on a transformative journey with Behr Psychology.

Myths about Psychodynamic Therapy:

Myth: Psychodynamic therapy takes many years to give any results.

Fact: The duration of psychodynamic therapy varies based on the individual's issues and complexity. Many people experience meaningful changes in a shorter time.

Myth: Psychodynamic therapy is outdated.

Fact: Today, psychodynamic therapy is still a highly successful method of supporting people, backed by new clinical research.

Myth: Psychodynamic therapy doesn’t consider biological aspects of mental health problems.

Fact: Modern psychodynamic approaches incorporate a knowledge of biological, psychological, and social impacts on mental health.

Myth: You must lie down on a couch during sessions.

Fact: A couch has become a symbol of psychoanalysis in movies and television. While using a couch is traditional in psychodynamic therapy, it is not required; not all psychoanalysts use the couch.

Our Team of Therapists

All of our therapists are relatable, authentic, and insightful clinicians who understand what it is like to be a patient. Yes, we provide therapy but we strive to understand who you are, not as a patient but as a whole person.

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