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Distance Psychotherapy

Depression opens the door to beauty of some kind.

- James Hillman

Psychotherapy sessions are available at a distance as either an online video or voice call. From anywhere across the globe, all you need is a stable internet connection in a safe and private setting, a reasonable fluency in either English or Spanish (I am completely fluent in both languages) and the will to do the work.


What is my method for therapy?

Though Jungian-Archetypal Psychology is the main influence of the way I work, I have also learned from many other sources and take my resources from many fountains, including mythology, Mindfullness, shamanic traditions, storytelling, rituals and Transpersonal Psychology. As I am also trained as a Somatic Movement Therapist, this naturally deeply colors my work as a psychotherapist.


The session is conducted in a warm, intimate, safe, welcoming and non-judgmental setting, even from a distance, where the client is invited to express whatever needs to be expressed without fear.  


What is Jungian-Archetypal Psychology?

The Wikipedia article about Archetypal Psychology is actually very relevant and I would recommend that anybody who is interested in an overview should read it (click here to read it). Here is an excerpt that is relevant to the way I work: Archetypal Psychology relativizes and deliteralizes the notion of ego and focuses on what it calls the psyche, or soul, and the deepest patterns of psychic functioning, "the fundamental fantasies that animate all life" (Moore, in Hillman, 1991). Archetypal psychology likens itself to a polytheistic mythology in that it attempts to recognize the myriad of fantasies and myths - gods, goddesses, demigods, mortals and animals - that shape and are shaped by our psychological lives. In this framework the ego is but one psychological fantasy within an assemblage of fantasies. Archetypal psychology is, along with the classical and developmental schools, one of the three schools of post-Jungian psychology outlined by Andrew Samuels.


For more information on what Jungian-Archetypal Psychotherapy is and is not, who might and might not benefit, what issues may be explored and what outcomes may be expected, please read the Jungian-Archetypal Psychotherapy Frequently Asked Questions page by clicking here.


Duration: One hour.


Cost: $100 USD per session.

Payment: The sessions must be paid in advance through PayPal. Once we have had an initial interview session and we have agreed that we will be working together regularly, we can discuss different payment options. 


Scheduling a session: You can schedule a session by clicking here. Please read and understand the Distance Session Policies before scheduling a session. The policies can be seen here.

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