Jungian Analysis and C.G. Jung

This site explains what Jungian psychotherapy is.

Jungian analysis is the special process that C.G. Jung (1875-1961) developed to explore the unconscious. After Jung separated from Sigmund Freud, he established a unique form of psychotherapy that explores the unconscious through dreams, myths, archetypes, the creative imagination, art, and spirituality.

Jungian analysis is a method that transforms consciousness and fosters what Jung calls "individuation," the process of self-discovery by which individuals have an opportunity to become who they are meant to be and to live a fuller, more meaningful life.

The Jungian method emphasizes images that emerge spontaneously in dreams, fantasies, and other forms of unconscious expression. From a Jungian perspective, the value of these images is in the impact they have in transforming consciousness.

Maria Taveras

Maria Taveras
Jungian Analyst Maria Taveras

Maria Taveras is a certified Jungian analyst in New York City. She is a graduate of the C.G. Jung Institute of New York. She has been in private practice as a psychotherapist since 1991.

To arrange for a consultation about entering Jungian analysis, telephone Maria Taveras at (212) 683-7253.

Maria Taveras can be found on LinkedIn here:

Maria Taveras, L.C.S.W.
Certified Jungian Analyst
C.G. Jung Institute of New York
Telephone: (212) 683-7253

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