Carl Jung, the father of Depth Psychology, says that people are looking for an "archetypal experience" of the “numinous.” He says that his clients had no value in themselves so their complexes and shadow aspects led them to seek in other wholeness and to behave in ways that harm self and other. In my clinical… Continue reading An Archetypal Experience of the Numinous
Carl Jung, the father of Depth Psychology believed that all human beings identify with patterns of engaging in the world that can be grouped into personality types. He used the term archetype to describe these personality types. The term “archetype” means original pattern in ancient Greek. Jung used this concept of archetype in his theory… Continue reading Depth Approach to Parts Work
In EMDR therapy as well as mindfulness practices, clients are asked to develop dual awareness. Dual awareness is the ability to pay attention to one or more experiences at the same time. For example, being able to focus on a conversation you are having with your partner and having the recognition that feelings are being… Continue reading What is Dual Awareness and Why is it Important?