The Jung Institute’s free, confidential referral service is available to help you find the right therapist to meet your needs. In addition to analysts and analytic candidates of varying ages and backgrounds who specialize in adult and couples therapy, this referral service can help you locate Jungian psychotherapists who work with children, adolescents, and families.
If you would like to know more, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-771-8055, ext 205. This referral service is confidential and free of charge.
What’s the difference between a psychotherapist and an analyst?
All psychotherapists, including analysts, go through varied educational and licensing programs according to their degree type. Analysts are licensed psychotherapists who have chosen to undergo a rigorous training beyond the requirements of licensure. This process involves extensive education in Jungian theory and practice including group process and case seminar, years of case consultation, and many years of personal analysis. The purpose of this extensive process is to cultivate and broaden a practitioner’s consciousness of self and to foster an increased depth of therapeutic capacity.