What We Do?
I am a licensed professional counselor and a Jungian practitioner with over 27 years experience. The scope of my practice includes on-going analysis, as well as supportive counseling with adults related to their careers, relationships, marriage, and family concerns.
My Private Practice and new office is located above the Colorado River in a peaceful countryside setting, providing Clinical Counseling Services, free Consultation & Referral, including Adolescent Advocacy, Music Education, Therapeutic Support Groups, and Jungian Self-Discovery.
Individual Shadow Self-Discovery, as well as “Shadow-Boxing to Dancing” for Couples, are provided to patients who have previously seen me in consultation.
My new office is also available to the surrounding community of Bastrop for those who wish to provide community services, such as free Songwriting Lessons, and Meditation Socials.
Jungian Psychotherapy Concepts
Carl Jung created the concept of active imagination as a way to describe bridging the gap between unconsciousness and consciousness. Using imagination, fantasy, dreams and meditation, a client is able bring their unconscious into the present through narrative or action. Active imagination relies on a client’s observation of their own narrative, imagination or dreams.