All of our therapists are graduates of Jungian Institutes or WASC accredited graduate programs in Jungian, Depth or Counselling Psychology.
Andreas De Koning, IAAP
Born in Amsterdam in the Netherlands, André de Koning completed his doctoral examination in Clinical Psychology at the University of Leiden. Later, he was a Visiting Scholar and Lecturer in phenomenological psychology at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, USA and a Thyssen Fellow at Heidelberg University, Germany. He completed his training as a Jungian psychoanalyst in Brussels and became a training analyst. André has been involved in the further development of training with the Australian and New Zealand Society for Jungian Analysts and its C G Jung Institute. He was Convener of Training ; Member of the Executive Committee of the IAAP and he has been President of ANZSJA. Since 2012 he has been a member of the Dutch Association for Analytical Psychology (www.NAAP.nl).
André is now in Europe and is doing online analytic work and supervision.
“During the last few years I have been doing sessions online with people from various nations and backgrounds. I do sessions and supervision with a great variety of people and contribute to teachings relevant to my interests in Jungian psychology. I have enjoyed working with people online and have noticed how embodied dreamwork in particular is suitable for this kind of work.”
Andre works in the English, Dutch and German languages.
Angela Pessinis, IAAP
Angela is a Jungian analyst/psychoanalyst and works with adults from all walks of life and from all over the world. She works with individuals dealing with issues such as anxiety, depression, major life transitions, midlife transitions, grief and major losses, challenges in relationships or at work, feeling stuck, struggling with creativity, suffer from a loss of energy and want to discover and embody their potential and regain meaning in their life in general.
Angela helps her clients examine their current situation and areas of being "stuck" and together they explore new ways of relating to oneself and others and eventually learning to relate from a place of Eros rather than power and live a more joyful and fulfilled life.
Angela through the analytic work assists each individual to discover their uniqueness, to work on areas that are less developed in their personality, and deal with the material that surfaces from the unconscious, especially dreams which can be seen as messages from the unconscious. This can not only shed light into the current situation but also point to where one's energy should be directed. Jung believed that each person is a unique individual and comes with his inner healing and analysis aims at connecting with both. In the temenos of the analytic space, Angela listens attentively and with great respect to the whisperings of each client's soul in all its manifestations, i.e., dreams, suffering, voice, drawings, or any form of creative work and encourages the client to listen to, appreciate and be receptive to its advice and wisdom.
Her first two degrees were in English literature and Humanities, Comparative literature, at York University in Toronto. Her extensive studies in literature provided an excellent exposure to the depths and richness of the human psyche and its creative expressions. Following a number of years of work in adult education and interpreting she studied Psychodynamic Therapy at CTP for two years. There followed two semesters at the C. G. Jung Institute in Zurich and she completed her formal training in analytical psychology at the Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts (OAJA).
Angela has a private practice in Montreal offering individual Jungian analysis to adults in person and via Skype, she teaches at OAJA, lectures for the public, and also teaches depth Analytical psychology to a group of psychologists in Greece. Angela is also perfectly fluent in Greek.
Angela is currently a member of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP); The Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts (OAJA); Canadian Association of Psychodynamic Therapy (CAPT); and of L'Association des psychoanalystes Jungiens du Quebec (APJQ).
Angela works in both the English and Greek language.
David Pressault, IAAP
David is a Jungian analyst with a strong background in the Arts. He developed a relationship to the unconscious through the art form of contemporary dance. He was a professional dancer and choreographer for 20 years and he still creates dances when time permits. In 2005, he retired from the stage as a dancer and began a Masters in dance at UQAM (Université du Québec à Montréal). The following year, he began his training in Analytical Psychology at the Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts and graduated in February 2012. Since then he has worked in private practice and offered supervision.
David’s fields of interest include Art, finding one’s creative nature, the individuation process as an embodied and lived reality and the exploration and interpretation of dreams.
He accompanies adults struggling with different life issues. His work invites one to share, observe and explore their life story. In this process, unconscious issues that are a source of suffering in the present reality are made conscious. In so doing, new energy can become available. This invites a different life view, better choices and new ways of being in the world which are more in tune with one’s deeper self. He works with dreams, artistic and creative material, along with everyday life situations.
“Either we live the life others want from us or we live our life.” – D. P.
David is a member of the International Association of Analytical Psychology (IAAP), the Association of Jungian Psychoanalysts of Quebec (APJQ) and of the Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts (OAJA). He is also a member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO) and of the Canadian Association for Psychodynamic Therapy (CAPT).
David works in both the English and French language.
Serge Verville, IAAP
“The individuation process and the dreamwork are central to the work on ourselves and lead to new energy coming from the unconscious. Getting to know who we really are and living accordingly needs courage and endeavour but opens in us to the path toward our true self.”
Serge is a Jungian Analyst with a degree from the CG Jung Institute in Zurich, Switzerland and is a member of the international association for Analytical Psychology and the association of Jungian Psychoanalyst of Quebec (APJQ). He is a Swiss and a Canadian citizen and resides in Switzerland. He completed his Masters (MA) at the Faculty of Theology and Religious Science from the University of Montreal. He has led many groups in dreams studies and given courses on Jung and Meister Eckhart.
“Our soul is there inside us and we can go inwardly to have glimpses of it, if we want.”
Everything related to the Psyche’s spiritual energy, to the religious function or true mysticism, is of great interest to him. Serge helps people who experience stress, anxiety, panic attacks, problems in relationships, sexuality, lack of meaning, depression and any person who needs support to solve whatever blocks the flow of life. He has helped many people going through grief and some facing death. He has worked with clients with addiction issues and those seeking to integrate entheogenic experiences. For Serge, being totally present, warm and listening with compassion is primary to his approach.
He enjoys traveling, anthropology, the arts, reading, culture, meditation and yoga. He has been interviewed on psychological questions for newspaper, magazines, radio and television.
Serge works with people of many cultures in both the English and French language.
Elisabeth Pomès, IAAP
Elisabeth first realized her love for psychology and psychotherapy when she started working with artists. Starting her career as a singer and later a voice teacher, she came in contact with artists who experienced debilitating stage fright and at times were blocked in their creativity. She started developing Performance Without Fear, a course in which she used her background in Yoga, Qigong, Meditation and Psychotherapy to help artists release tension both physically and psychologically.
At the same time, she discovered the works and psychology of Carl Jung and began her training in Analytical Psychology at the Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts. She graduated in 2009.
Elisabeth has a private practice in Toronto. She assists both adults and teenagers struggling with challenges such as anxiety, depression, loss and grief, difficult relationships, loss of meaning and life transitions. She also provides supervision.
Elisabeth also offers Skype and phone sessions. In those sessions we may spend time with any pressing issue of daily life, as well as with dreams, journaling, writing, artwork or spontaneous images from the Unconscious. The work of exploration is carried out in a safe and non-judgmental environment with patience, care, and respect for the process.
By exploring the yet unknown or repressed parts of ourselves we make them conscious - we know ourselves better - and we can liberate some energy that allows us to make different choices, more in tune with who we truly are.
Elisabeth’s focus is to assist someone in their unique Individuation Process. She believes that there is a potential for wholeness in each human being, an urge towards freedom, completeness and self-realization similar to that of a blade of grass, which manages to find its way to the sunlight even through rock and rubble. That is what gives life hope and meaning.
Elisabeth is a member of the International Association of Analytical Psychology (IAAP) and the Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts (OAJA). She is also a member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO) and of the Canadian Association for Psychodynamic Therapy (CAPT).
Elisabeth works in both the English and French language. Website: http://www.elisabethpomes.com
Patrick Burnett, IAAP
Patrick hails from the Byron Bay region of Australia. He has been practising as a Jungian analyst for over 20 years since graduating from the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich in the late 1990s.
Jungian analytic work for Patrick is a place where people have the opportunity to deeply explore their own mind, motivations and potentials in a setting that is supportive, empathic and completely non-judgmental. He believes that the human mind is able to heal itself and bring itself back into balance given the right circumstances. Patrick likes to work with dreams, imagination and the spontaneous workings of the mind during the analytic session (including his own). He also stresses the need to attend to the body and the emotions whilst doing this work. To facilitate the analytic process Patrick encourages clients to use meditation and mindfulness practice to become more aware of their own internal processes and resources.
Patrick is a past president of the C.G. Jung Society of Sydney, previous vice-president of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Jungian Analysts and currently sits on the executive of the board of the Australasian Confederation of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapies. He is actively engaged as a training analyst in the C.G. Jung Institute of ANZSJA and has lectured and taught throughout Australia.
Caroline Duetz, IAAP
Caroline is a Jungian Analyst and Psychotherapist who has been in private practice in Toronto since 1988. Born in The Netherlands, Caroline started her working life as an elementary teacher, teaching first in New Zealand and later in Toronto. With a life-long interest and curiosity about human nature Caroline has trained in and experienced a wide variety of therapeutic approaches. These include Gestalt Therapy, body work, personal psychotherapy, Jungian analysis, neurobiology, Masters level studies in counselling psychology and Jungian Analyst training.
Caroline considers the psychology of Carl Jung her strongest and most life-changing influence. What especially appeals to her was his ability to be curious without any judgemental attitudes towards his clients. Caroline considers that approach a crucial aspect of how she likes to work with others.
Through her many years of personal therapy and Jungian analysis Caroline has developed a profound admiration and respect for the Unconscious. Carl Jung taught that healing comes from the Unconscious and therefore her focus is to create a safe environment to guide people in a gentle process of discovering what has previously been hidden. This can facilitate a new approach to the challenges of daily life such as relationship dynamics in family and work, understanding the dynamics of internal conflict, struggles with eating and body image, as well as lesbian and gay issues. Caroline brings a focus on assisting her clients gradually to foster a deeper and more compassionate relationship with themselves. Caroline is especially fond of dream analysis, but also uses writing, active imagination, body awareness, the I Ching , guided meditation, creative activities and other modalities to help in this process.
Important in personal work is the influence of childhood experiences in shaping who we are as adults and understanding how these early experiences can imprison us in outdated and false perceptions of ourselves and others. Caroline can help make sense of which of our current struggles are rooted in the past and how the early adaptations we made in order to survive, can still manifest in our current lives as habitual actions or reactions to everyday situations and relationships. Becoming more aware of these dynamics can in time, free us to be more true to the inner Self and live life with more satisfaction and authenticity.
Caroline offers individual therapy as well as supervision. She is a Registered Psychotherapist in Ontario (CRPO), a member of the International Association of Analytical Psychology (IAAP), a member of the Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts (OAJA) and a member of the Ontario Society for Registered Psychotherapists (OSRP).
Roger LaRade, IAAP
As a Jungian Analyst, I work with clients from diverse life situations and professions, helping them identify that which nourishes their sense of self and soul, encouraging them to explore that which needs to be pruned, and fostering a deep rootedness in their own unconscious psyche. This always starts with where the client is at and with what they bring, and proceeds under the guidance of the unconscious material seeking expression. I believe that psychoanalytic psychotherapy does not need to begin with a deep crisis. My work has been valuable to individuals who desire to undergo a journey of self-discovery. I have found that often individuals come seeking psychotherapy when they experience a long-term weariness with some situation or condition. Other individuals are prompted to seek analysis when they discover a pattern of undesirable behaviour and yearn to change behaviours to become whole.
I come to Jungian analysis with diverse professional experiences that enable me to work with individuals from varied backgrounds. My degrees in philosophy, education, theatre, and theology offer clients an opportunity to enter analysis with a professional whose experience is well rounded and helpful to assist individuals deal creatively with many of the issues persons face in today’s world. I am on the faculty of the Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts (OAJA) Analyst Training Programme and of the Guild for Spiritual Guidance. I also deliver lectures and workshops with The C. G. Jung Foundation of Ontario (CGJFO) Public Programme on wide-ranging themes such as zombies, opera, evil, and Jungian theory. I was President of OAJA for three consecutive 3-year terms and Past-President for 3 years. I am currently the Director of Training for OAJA's Analyst Training Programme. My professional experiences have included high school teaching, university chaplaincy, health education, and management of community-based HIV/AIDS support services. I was a Jesuit priest for over a decade and bring strong interest and experience in spirituality and religion to my Jungian work.
Areas of Specialization: Life meaning and purpose (vocation), Spirituality/Religion, Family of origin issues, Relationship issues, Anxiety/Panic, Depression, Addiction
Graham Jackson, IAAP
Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Graham Jackson read English and French at the University of Toronto followed by a masters degree in information studies. After several years writing dance and theatre criticism as well as the texts for several dance-theatre productions, he took himself to England and then to Zürich, Switzerland to concentrate on his personal analysis and eventually on training as a Jungian analyst. He graduated from the Zürich Institute in 1990 and for the past almost thirty years has worked as a Jungian analyst in his native Toronto. The author of two books on male-male intimacy from a Jungian perspective, published in the early nineties by Inner City Books, he is also a teacher and frequent lecturer for Toronto’s C.G. Jung Foundation and the Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts. Among the range of topics he has lectured on are the notion of family values, bad faith, the father complex, individuation versus individualism, and the relationship between loss and longing. In 2017 he also saw the publication of his first novel, entitled The Jane Loop.
Dr. Michael Daine, Ph. D.
Michael is a Licensed Psychologist specializing in the practice of Jungian analysis. His diverse training and experience in Jungian work began at the C.G. Jung Center of Houston where he served as Assistant Director and Training/Program Coordinator for many years. During that time, he was honored to learn from some of the of seminal international thinkers in the Jungian world, as well as other depth psychologies, art and body therapies.
For Michael dreams are the core of analytic work. Personally, he began attending to his dreams as a young child when his family would share “breakfast and dreams” every morning. He learned quickly that dreams hold a deep, mysterious magic that has the power to change everyday life.
Dr. Daine has trained at the C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado, the C.G. Jung Center of Houston, Boulder Association of Jungian Analysts, and many other training organizations. Michael received a Counseling Psychology doctorate from the University of Houston's APA approved program which included specialized training in psychopathology, family systems, and addictions. He has 20 years of international leadership and faculty experience in counseling, psychology, and health services in higher education (Colorado State University, Sonoma State University, St. George's University Medical School-Grenada, W.I., Clemson University, The Citadel, The College of Charleston, and the University of Houston).
Outside of the academy, Michael has provided and directed clinical services at in-patient substance abuse and psychiatric hospitals, out-patient mental health centers, and private practice. Michael also serves as media consultant and has had his own talk shows on National Public Radio and Community Radio. Dr. Daine is a member of the International Associate of Jungian Studies and the International Association of Neuro-psychoanalysis.
Michael’s practice focuses on providing adults a deeper understanding of the psyche and to attend to the inner world; using it as the guide on their journey. Analytical work is a deeply intimate and vulnerable relationship for both the client and the analyst.
“I try to engage clients in the type of analytical work I would want: Caring, challenging, thoughtful, and enlightening.”
Recently, Michael has begun a new creative adventure and has begun writing fiction from a Jungian perspective; exploring character and plot through the lens of the personal and archetypal unconscious.
Edward Santana, Ph.D., Registered Psychotherapist, LMFT
I specialize in working with the deeper causes and roots of severe stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, career challenges, and sexual concerns.
My approach is generally ideal for those who have had limited success with other therapies or medical interventions, and who feel there might be deeper or more complex issues involved. Primary areas of focus include: sexual concerns, anxiety, stress, midlife transitions, workplace or career issues, LGBTQ oppression and healing, divorce, men's issues, and relationship struggles.
Each treatment is unique and tailored specifically to your needs. We work collaboratively to explore and focus on effective ways to bring you support, new tools, and greater awareness to deal with or overcome difficult situations and challenges--so that you can move forward to find freedom and peace again.
I live and work in downtown San Francisco. In addition to private practice, I work with executives and organizations to better understand unconscious organizational dynamics, much of which is derived from Jungian and systemic perspectives. I hold a Ph.D. in Psychotherapy from Pacifica, and certifications in leadership and coaching from Georgetown University.
Ed works with international clients as well as clients in California and Ontario, Canada. His website is: dredsantana.com
KD Farris, Ph.D.
Dr KD is a consummate guide into the world of the unconscious, giving ground and form to what can otherwise seem frightening and unknowable. She makes seemingly complex principles of life accessible and poignant for both men and woman alike. Her clients often remark on her tremendous ability to be present with them and to help them to feel seen and understood. She has honed her ability to bring clients to a place of depth and safety while working in person, via phone or via Skype™.
Dr. KD specializes in process-oriented consciousness work—a means by which to enter safely and deeply into the inner landscape of the psyche for positive and real-world change. She is an author, speaker and workshop leader. Her roots as a therapist, healer and bodyworker have seeded over the last thirty years, bringing substance and depth to her one-on-one work with clients. She has a Ph.D. in Jungian-oriented psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute of Santa Barbara, CA. Her dissertation work is entitled, The Topography of Liminal Space. In addition to phone and Skype sessions, she has offices in both Santa Barbara and Beverly Hills.
The goal of our work together is for you to know that you can meet anything….
You need not be afraid of yourself; you need not be afraid of your life. ~ Dr. KD Farris
Her areas of expertise include: Individuation, Dreams & Active Imagination, Complexes & Projection, Couples & Individuals in Transition, Relationship Communication & Dynamics, Fidelity/Monogamy/Polyamory, What it takes to Live a Truthful Life, Creativity, Self-Esteem and Passion.
She is the author of MESHE, HESHE, MISON & ORBIT: What My Grandmother Taught Me About the Universe. Her companion workshop series is For Anyone Who's Ever Lost Themselves. She also teaches a series on Liminality entitled, The Art of Transformation. Her website is: www.kdfarris.com
Cynthia Cavalli, Ph. D
Cynthia Cavalli, Ph. D., is a systems and organizational management consultant specializing in strategy development, future studies, and the dynamics of change and transformation. She has 30 years of experience in aerospace engineering, a Ph.D. in Human Systems, an MBA, and a BS in Physics. Dr. Cavalli utilizes a unique approach to individual and organizational transformation that integrates the principles of complexity science and Jungian psychology. She focuses on the patterns and stages of transformation to help individuals and organizations optimize and creatively leverage periods of uncertainty and ambiguity.
Do you find yourself feeling stuck in your personal life? Or perhaps you need help getting your company or organization back on track? Such situations may feel impossible to overcome, but Cynthia can help you change obstacles into opportunities. Times of uncertainty and chaos always contain hidden within them critical moments of unparalleled opportunity. See more at: www.cynthiacavalliconsulting.com.
Alexis Durgee, M.S.
Alexis has a Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Nova Southeastern University. She is a contemporary eclectic Jungian who incorporates emerging social consciousness and integral theory in with process-oriented transpersonal psychology. Her foundation is in classical analysis as it is put forward in analytical psychology and she puts strong emphasis on the Unconscious and tend to tie this in with current archetypal constellations. She is currently completing her Ph. D. in Clinical Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute.
Gary S. Bobroff, M.A.
Gary S. Bobroff grew up in the beautiful Canadian prairie city, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He took his first personality type test at twelve and has been hooked on Jung ever since. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of British Columbia, Canada and a master’s degree in Jungian-oriented counselling psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. He is a certified administrator of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator™. He founded Jungian Online 2011.
An international speaker and workshop leader, Gary presents new ideas in engaging and accessible ways. He is the developer of the Archetypal Nature personality seminar series.
“Gary Bobroff is a stunning writer—graceful, eloquent, subtle.” – Andrew Harvey
He is the author of Jung, Crop Circles and the Reemergence of the Archetypal Feminine (North Atlantic, 2014). He has been interviewed for the film Time Is Art: Synchronicity and the Collective Dream (2015) and for print. His next book, coming in 2020, is Carl Jung In A Nutshell (Arcturus, London)
Now working as a consultant, he enjoys helping organizations and campaigns to expand their audience, solve problems creatively and find their archetypal brand - for more please see our Consulting page or www.gsbobroff.com
Past Team Members
We're proud to have worked with the following previous members. These clinicians are most often not taking new patients.
Jason E. Smith, M.A., IAAP
Jason is a Jungian psychoanalyst based in the beautiful Cape Ann region of Boston’s North Shore. His areas of focus include dreamwork, career exploration, grief counseling, depression, trauma, and spiritual development. One of Jason’s main interests is in Carl Jung’s insight regarding the religious function of the psyche, a subject of which he has made a passionate study. He has developed an approach to spiritual practice and mentoring called Contemplative Dreaming, which integrates Jungian dreamwork with practices and insights derived from the contemplative and mystical dimensions of the world’s great wisdom traditions.
Jason received his Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute in 2001. More recently, Jason graduated from the C.G. Jung Institute - Boston with a diploma in Analytical Psychology and is a member of the New England Society of Jungian Analysts.
With over 15 years of clinical experience, Jason has worked in many settings. He has led career counseling groups and offered individual career counseling from a Jungian perspective; he has facilitated dream groups and taught classes and workshops on dream interpretation; he has run a support group for hospice workers; and he has provided mental health and substance abuse counseling to low income individuals at the Lahey Health Behavioral Services clinic in Gloucester, MA.
Currently, Jason is president of the Training Board of the C. G. Jung Institute in Boston and he has a private practice in Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA .
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