Analytical Psychology

C.G. Jung’s timeless work on exploring dimensions of the individual’s psychological life and that of the collective are as relevant today as in any other period of global transition.

The NAAP builds upon the foundations of C.G. Jung’ s work. The practice of Analytical Psychology continuously asks questions aimed to link the individual experience to the greater context. The greater context of relationships may be intra-psychic, inter-personal, or generational. To this end we apply Analytical Psychological models that include complexes, archetypes, and symbols that support an ongoing individuation process.

We understand the term individuation as follows:

“Individuation refers to the achievement of a greater degree of consciousness regarding the totality of the person’s psychological, interpersonal and cultural experiences.”