We are all familiar with psychoanalysis (Jungian) and dream analysis and other techniques for establishing a relationship between the unconscious and conscious, which is vital for a good mental and emotional balance.
We provide clinical supervision for Psychologists, Clinical Psychologists, Counsellors, Psychotherapists and other health practitioners. Supervision and training analysis are also provided here for those undertaking psychoanalytic training.
You can see further details of each individual’s work and background including which rebates apply (Medicare, HBF and so on) decide whom to contact (whether it is about a referral or establishing an immediate contact oneself).
Brittain Garrett Psychoanalyst (Jungian)
Diplomate C G Jung Institute (ANZSJA)
Also, working from Margaret River, and is available for phone and Skype sessions.
Debbie is a West Australian Psychoanalytically trained Psychotherapist. She had a private practice in Chelsea Village in Nedlands and is also in practice at the Centre for Psychology & Counselling.Also works remotely.
Carl G. Jung (1875 – 1961) developed a psychodynamic or depth approach to psychotherapy that he called Analytical Psychology and this remains the officially accepted term. Jung’s approach acknowledged both conscious and unconscious aspects of the personality, or psyche and gave equal weight to both....