Max McDowell PhD, LP is a board member and past President of the C.G. Jung Foundation in New York.
Therapy helps your relationships, your friendships, and your career. Jungian therapy also helps your creative work by helping you relate to the unconscious. In an engaged, caring dialogue, you and I together explore feelings, thoughts and memories which get in your way. I am specially qualified to help you to interpret your dreams.
I have a special interest in treating injuries to self esteem in, for example, the daughters or sons of narcissistic mothers or fathers. on eye-contact.
For the past 27 years I've practiced as a Jungian analyst in New York City with individuals and couples. I lead two on-going therapy groups. One fifth of my clients are gay. Most clients see me in-person but, for people who live in other parts of the US or in other countries, therapy can be effective by Skype or phone. Insurance may cover me as an out-of-network therapist.
Carl Jung taught that dreams, myths and fairytales all use the same symbolic language. With vividly I show that some fairytales and legends anticipate therapy: if a tale begins with , , , or it may end by suggesting how healing might occur.
I also analyze legends which show how a differs from a .
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