I am greatly influenced by Jungian psychology, which suggests that a fundamental aspect of human experience is to strive toward a sense of wholeness. Much of our who we are is out of our awareness, that is, in the unconscious. Yet, it wants to be known. This is how we grow – forgotten or denied aspects of ourselves live in our unconscious and attempt to make themselves known again, allowing us to grow and expand. Yet we tend to resist or fear the unknown. Many of our life struggles and defenses are attempts to stop this unconscious material from making its way into consciousness. Jungian Depth Psychotherapy is a process for opening up this axis between conscious and unconscious and expanding our capacity for knowing and integrating a greater truth. Symptoms such as stress, anxiety and low self esteem tend to ease as we move closer our inner nature. Through exploration of our experiences, thoughts, images and dreams, we can open to an innate wisdom that is available within, allowing a greater sense of wholeness and meaning in our lives.