I know people heal by being able to tell the story – the whole story.
Clarissa Pinkola Estes
Who I am
I am a trauma-informed Jungian Analyst (Training) with experience working with people with diverse backgrounds from across the globe.
I am rooted in the depth psychological (Jungian) approach and have trained in several modalities, including the Enneagram, trauma therapy, and mindfulness. I work in person in my practice in the heart of Zurich as well as online on Zoom. My practice is an inclusive and safe space. To learn more , go here. To contact me, email me at email@example.com.
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How I work
Trauma is not what happens to us, but what we hold inside in the absence of an empathetic witness. Peter A. Levine
The first thing I want you to know is that I welcome all of you in my practice - your weird thoughts, strange feelings and deep rage, as much as the part of you that wants to heal and grow. Radical Acceptance is essential to the therapeutic process.
Typically we would see each other once a week for 60 minutes in person in Zurich or on Zoom. This is your space. You can share as much as you want without fear of judgement. We might spend some time doing simple body/breath based practices that help calm your nervous system and get in touch with your intuition.
I use a holistic approach integrating a thorough understanding of clinical concerns with the soulful approach of depth psychology and the wisdom of the body. I consider your present situation, unconscious mind, family history, younger parts of you and your dreams in the healing process. Jungian Analysis is a complementary approach to mental health recovery and is not meant as a substitute for psychiatric care. If you are based in Zurich, I may be able to work with you in collaboration with a psychiatrist if that's needed.
You can reach out to me if what you have read so far speaks to you and/or for support with:
Anxiety and depression
Issues around motherhood, pregnancy and birth
Creativity and the artistic process
Race and cultural issues (third culture people, racial trauma, BIPOC experiences, navigating privilege etc)
Building a positive relationship with your femininity and body
Finding your purpose and identity
Life transitions such a divorce