Analytic Psychology

Analytic Psychology is a branch of psychology based on the teachings of Carl Jung that views a person’s beliefs and behavior as being the result of a balance between competing, and subconscious, internal forces. It relies on the theory that “wholeness” of human mind and behavior can be achieved through the integration of unconscious forces and motivations.

As adults we sometimes experience reactions to things and situations that are based on childhood experiences. Once we explore those reactions and can remember why and how that reaction started we can work towards changing our responses to that previously subconscious stimulus.

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