Jungian Counselling in Sydney, NSW

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Xanthe Katsouras
Psychotherapist, PsychD, PACFA
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I am informed by client centred principles, trauma informed care and a Jungian model of Self, utilising tools such as EMDr and CBT.
Are you struggling with finding a balance in your life? do you feel out of control, even though you keep trying to take charge?...I am here to support you in experiencing more clarity, a more coherent sense of self, and support your ability to engage with life in a beneficial way. My specialty is work with clients who are struggling with addiction issues, including sex, love, alcohol and other drugs, In addition, I am able to support you, if you are experiencing relationship struggles and self esteem issues. I work with clients both individually and in groups.
(02) 9100 0085
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Sydney, NSW 2000
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Alexandre Jodun
Psychotherapist, PACFA
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Are you looking for a holistic, somatic (body-based) & spiritually-grounded style of therapy? My work is rooted in process-oriented psychology: an awareness modality that integrates Jungian psychology, dream-body awareness, nature-based perspectives, and shamanic/spiritual traditions - following your innate drive for authentic self-expression and wholeness. I work with individuals who are searching for an empowering container to gently venture into the challenging territories of their lives. My passion is working with folx who are navigating spiritual emergence, grief, childhood trauma, and life transitions.
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Mim Kempson
Counsellor, ACA-L2
Verified
Verified
I also integrate aspects of Imago Therapy, Gottman, Jungian inner child work and "self-parenting".
I specialise in working with LGBTQI+ and gender expansive couples and individuals. Topics that show up in my practice include codependency, limiting gender roles, masculinity/femininity, opening relationships, self-doubt, indecision/inaction in career, loss of sense of self, building self-confidence, finding purpose, and more.
(08) 7079 5667
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Adriana Seifertova; Temenos Psychotherapy Counselling
Psychotherapist, PACFA
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
In treatment, I draw on Transpersonal psychology, Jungian Sandplay and Trauma informed treatments.
Compassion for the human condition and the premise that we are not passive victims of our circumstances but have freedom to choose how we want to be, are the main foundations I work with. I believe that we all possess the natural self-healing capacity that is seated in the deep center of our being, and I see psychotherapy as the work of finding, unlocking and opening doors through which healing can flow, and seeds towards transformation can be nurtured. I also approach all the suffering and pain that clients present, as an opportunity to use the crisis for personal growth and as a pathway to a deeper connection with the true self.
(02) 4703 9752
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Brodie Newman
Psychotherapist, PACFA
Verified
Verified
In my practice I draw upon Buddhist psychology, neuroscience, mindfulness, attachment theory, narrative therapy, Jungian psychology, trans-personal psychology and eco-psychology.
You deserve to live a life of abundance and happiness, I believe all humans are innately good and I hope to support you in your journey so that you too may go forth into the world and shine your light. Engaging in therapy can be intimidating and might feel a little daunting, I hear you and see you. It's okay to feel scared, but trust me when I say if you take the leap and have some faith that things can and will get better. My intention is to guide and support you to become everything you want to be and find solstice within your experience so that you can live your life with peace and harmony at the forefront.
(02) 4307 6771
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Sydney, NSW 2000
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Alyona Kobevka - A Healing Bridge
Psychotherapist, PACFA
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Are you seeking a holistic and body-oriented style of therapy that respects the full spectrum of your human experience? My roots are in process work: a dynamic blend between Jungian psychology and nature-honoring shamanistic/spiritual traditions, with a focus on supporting your natural drive towards awareness and wholeness. I work with women & men who are seeking a slower pace and a nourishing space to face the difficult, dark, or hidden dimensions of their lives. I love working with folks who are navigating grief & loss, relationship troubles, spiritual emergence, repressed emotions, loss of meaning & life transitions.
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Giulia Fiore
Counsellor, PACFA
Verified
Verified
If we are left alone with our problems, we can get into a downward spiral. Sharing your concerns with me or with another professional will help you to assess and address them. You can go further in life by unloading some of the emotional weight you have been carrying for so long. Let me help you improve your life.
(02) 8074 5248
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Sydney, NSW 2000
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My Mirror
Psychologist, PsyBA - Clin. Psych
Verified
Verified
We combine the best of face-to-face sessions with the added benefits of an integrated digital approach to provide you with a seamless, informative and low stress experience.
(08) 6490 9046
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Sydney, NSW 2000
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Veronica Bona
Counsellor, PACFA
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
If you are feeling overwhelmed, tired, hopeless or lacking joy; like your emotions are uncontrollable or that they do not match with reality; that your worry is getting out of hand or that there is no longer any point, then it might be a good time to seek some support. ​ We are social creatures, and despite what our modern society might have us believe, we all need human connection to function. Seeking support is a huge sign of strength – the strength to actually reach out and let someone in, in order to start the healing process. ​ If you can relate to this or if you have set yourself a personal development goal please reach out.
(02) 8806 0062
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Sydney, NSW 2000
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Dianne Gramp
Psychologist, PsyBA General
Verified
Verified
Dianne's qualifications include B.A. (Psychology). Dipp.App.Psych. APHRA and has 20 years experience in private practice. Dianne has experience working with children, adolescents and adults with both anxiety and depression mood disorders. Dianne also work extensively with clients (both physical and/or mental trauma) within the work injury and motor vehicle injury insurance schemes, specialising in assessment, treatment, medico-legal reporting and expert witness court appearances.
(07) 5655 7702
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Sydney, NSW 2000
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Careena Cook
Psychotherapist, ACA-L4
Verified
Verified
I offer support for when you are feeling lost, trapped or confused and need help to work through your thoughts and feelings. At some time or other life feels stressful and even overwhelming for most people. Making contact with an experienced therapist is the first step in discovering or rediscovering a feeling of calm, safety and balance in life.
(02) 9100 0068
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Sydney, NSW 2000
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Dipak Jilka
Psychotherapist, PACFA
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
There are times in our lives when we get that sinking feeling that something is not right. Such moments often follow major life events, such as grieving for a loved one, the break-up of a relationship, moving countries, facing health issues or even children leaving home and retirement. Other times, they appear from nowhere. Resulting feelings can be so pervasive that they impact our mental, emotional and physical well-being, creating conflict in relationships and impact our ability to function. They may also start manifesting in one’s seeking isolation, inability to see joy in life and can lead to depressive conditions.
(02) 9159 6091
Sydney, NSW 2000
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Stefan Durlach
Psychologist, MA, PsyBA Endorsed
Verified
Verified
Life has its challenges at times, and there can be a great need to talk about some issues. We may feel uncomfortable talking to family and friends about things like grief we still experience following the death of a significant person many years ago, or abuse we’ve suffered in our childhoods. We may have grown up in a volatile and stressful family environment with unsupportive or even punitive parents, and the prospect of expecting or having a baby ourselves is making us feel anxious or depressed. We may have been struggling with weight issues or sleep problems for too many years, or are haunted by disturbing dreams.
(02) 9158 6693
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Sydney, NSW 2000
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Alexandra Guhde
Psychologist, PsychD, PsyBA Endorsed
Verified
Verified
Going to therapy takes guts. Often, it takes a person, or a couple, years to move from contemplating therapy to booking a first appointment. It’s not an easy process. But, what you get out of therapy is directly related to what you put into it. And I will match your dedication with mine. The process of healing and recovery is also one of becoming and realising. Therapy is self-development at its most satisfying. Yes, it takes courage, effort, and, often, a leap of faith. But, if you are ready to give yourself the gift of therapy, I am here to take that leap with you.
(02) 5300 2824
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Sydney, NSW 2000
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Ess Binet
Psychotherapist, PACFA
Verified
Verified
Hey, I'm stoked you've stopped by! I'm Ess, an introverted, dance obsessed, spiritual being who will drop an F-bomb in solidarity or celebration. I'm genuinely interested in learning about you and hearing your story. I'm excited for you, to be more YOU! Whether that's supporting you to: express yourself more fully, learn tools to practice self-acceptance, work through past experiences so you can embrace you now, unlearn and relearn behaviours so you can thrive... While I have approx 10 years experience working in trauma/mental health, I'm currently focusing on working with folks curious about deeper self exploration + growth.
(02) 8074 5874
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Sydney, NSW 2000
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Michael Grunwald
Psychologist, Assoc MAPS
Verified
Verified
I am a Registered General Psychologist experienced in working with a wide range of common adult mental health concerns in an open, sincere and frank manner, including anger management, depression, anxiety, stress, adjustment and obsessive compulsive disorders as well as various addictions (alcohol, drug, gambling, sex, internet) and recovery. As an older therapist, I bring decades of life experience into my counselling, with personal experience of many of the challenges facing clients, including trauma, grief/loss, sex/relationship and men's issues, workplace stress/bullying, hoarding, culture shock, parenting and adoption.
(02) 8806 0512
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Bronte Purcell
Psychotherapist, MA, PACFA
Verified
Verified
I support you to feel safe in your body so that you can connect to the wisdom within. In these 1 hour online sessions, we will co-create a safe container to explore your relationship to yourself and the world around. We move at a pace that honours your individual needs and focus on resourcing you with the tools you need to thrive. When appropriate, we may dive more deeply into the unconscious patterning to discover the root cause of the challenges you may be experiencing. I incorporate modalities of somatic psychotherapy, mindfulness, parts-work, dream-work, and inner child healing.
(02) 5943 7272
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Sydney, NSW 2000
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Positive Thinking Clinic
Psychotherapist, ACA-L4
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
“Everybody is important; everybody deserves to live their best life. I am here to help you connect with yourself and others, to solve your requests as quickly and effectively as possible, in a way that is long lasting and sustainable”. Her approach is unique. She integrates therapies and customises them to suit the needs of the client. She aims to work with clients to co-create individually tailored and sustainable solutions. Amanda’s interventions aim to address the important relationship between the mind and body. She enjoys helping clients attain a greater wellbeing.
(02) 8294 5710
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Karyn Krawford
Psychotherapist, PACFA
Verified
Verified
Have you been through much change lately and finding it difficult? Have you experienced trauma or traumatic events? I can help you get out of your situation and for some this may be "survival mode". I offer a safe and private space in which you can talk about what is on your mind and what is going on for you. I am trained and qualified in an integrative methodology that enables me to help you improve no matter what your situation. I can help you in person or online so don't hesitate to reach out and we can organise a suitable arrangement.
(02) 9100 0537
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Elena Beutel
MPsych
My Superpowers: Healing emotional wounds; Increasing people’s energy; Helping in attracting love; Helping to cope with body symptoms; Uplifting people’s spirit; Helping to find a way out of difficult situations; Helping to achieve goals.
(02) 5950 6462
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Jungian Counsellors

How does Jungian therapy work?

Jungian therapy, also called analytical psychology, focuses on a patient’s inner experiences and unconscious mind. Exploring a person’s unconscious mind can be achieved through several means, including the analysis of memories and dreams, and through physical exercises, such as art, dance, and word association.

How long does Jungian therapy last?

Jungian therapy is an intensive treatment type. Because its goal is to understand a person as a whole, including the unconscious aspects of them, treatment can range from months to years. Since patients learn the theory behind Jungian therapy during treatment, they can also practice its tenets throughout life after therapy sessions have completed.

Is Jungian therapy effective?

According to studies, many patients find success with Jungian therapy, and the century-old treatment has a devoted following. Researchers note that the therapy is particularly useful in improving relationships, self-esteem, anxiety, and depression. Improvements in problem areas seem to continue even after the end of Jungian therapy, as people are able to continue working on themselves using the tools they’ve learned during the treatment.

Is Jungian therapy evidence-based?

Jungian therapy is theory-based, derived from the theories of Carl Jung, a Swiss psychiatrist often called one of the fathers of psychology, along with Sigmund Freud. Jung developed his theories from observing the problems of patients, and developed many theories of how the mind works. Subsequent psychological research has determined that Jungian therapy can lead to significant improvement in most patients.