Jungian Analysis and Analytical Psychologist services in the Harley Street, Mayfair, Knightsbridge & Chelsea area of central London, Southwark & London Bridge, and Colchester in Essex.
The Jungian Confrerie is a committee of professionals with expertise and experience in analysis, analytical psychology, art therapy and spirituality, and the use of these practices in creating holistic treatment options for clients.
The Jungian approach focusses on the issues facing the client - where dreams, images, and analysis can provide a clear pathway forward. This treatment option is deeply personal and while not focused on the past, the influences of the past can be identified to help the client move forward with the assistance of a trained analyst and therapist, and overcome challenges and obstacles in the current time and life experiences as well as in the future.
We understand that reaching our for support from a professional can be daunting, but you must recognise that it is your first step towards being able to manage your emotions, achieve your goals and fulfil your potential. When you contact us, you will speak one of our sensitive and empathetic staff, who will lead you through the process of booking your first appointment with one of our experienced therapists. From here, your journey towards taking back control of your life and your emotions begins.
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How does Jungian Analysis work?
Jungian Analysis originated with Swiss psychoanalyst Carl Jung, who believed that with greater consciousness, people can heal the splits in their mind between what’s conscious and unconscious, bringing them closer to wholeness in their psyche.
The Jungian view of Therapy
Most commonly, the average person associates Jung with dream interpretation and symbolism, but they may not understand the importance of recognising the unconscious in Analysis.
The role of the Analytical Psychologist
Psychoanalysis requires commitment on the part of the therapist but also on the part of the client. There is a need to share information, sometimes challenging or difficult information, and to be open to learning about yourself, even when it may not be easy to hear.
More about Jungian Analysis
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About Philippe Jacquet
Philippe Jacquet is an analyst and art psychotherapist with a strong interest in spirituality. In addition to his extensive educational background and experience working with clients in clinical and therapeutic settings, Mr. Jacquet is deeply spiritual and sees the importance of spirituality in many aspects of patient treatment. He lived in a Buddhist centre for 10 years, learning and incorporating spirituality into a way of life he now brings into his Analysis and Psychotherapy practice.
His work focusses helping clients to engage with the wisdom of their unconscious, to integrate their shadow, to gain freedom and to embrace their heroic quest.
Mr. Jacquet has extensive experience in working internationally and with a wide range of clients. He is a sought-after expert in the field of eating disorders and addiction treatment, depression and trauma, and focuses treatment on a holistic and integrated approach, developing a bespoke programme for each client. Appearing on several television programmes on the subject, as an analytical psychologist he is also the author of a number of articles in the respected London Magazine.
Fully accredited with the BAAT (British Association of Art Therapists), HCPC (Health and Care Professionals Council) and the UKCP (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy) and the BPC (British Psychoanalytic Council), the highest professionals standards are always maintained in interactions with clients. This creates trust and allows a quick rapport to develop between the analytical psychologist and client, which leads to open communication and deeper insights.
His educational background includes training as an analyst with the Association of Jungian Analysts, an MA as a psychotherapist in Adult Integrative Art Psychotherapy from the Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education (IATE) as well as a Diploma in counselling for eating disorders from the National Centre for Eating Disorders.
Adding to his significant educational background is a Diploma in Therapeutic and Education Application of the Arts from IATE as well as Level 1 and 2 training in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), a highly effective treatment option for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Mr. Jacquet has also earned an International Diploma in Addiction Counselling from the esteemed Hazelden Foundation.
Jungian Confrerie analytical psychologist and therapist services in central London & Colchester. Jungian Analysis & Psychotherapy for Mayfair, Chelsea, Southwark & London Bridge.