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     The theory of C.G. Jung strongly guides our practice. Jungian Analysis is by nature unique for each individual. No one set of techniques or methods works for every patient or client. Analytic work in the Jungian tradition involves providing insight into emotional difficulties. It goes beyond other analytical approaches by identifying natural potentials and energies, within the person, to transform suffering and conflicts.

     The aims of Jungian analysis are wholeness and individuation, not merely problem-solving and adjustment. Analysis can use a variety of life experiences as tools for supporting growth and change: dreams, fantasies, fascinations and visions, as well as creative activities like painting, writing and movement.

Dey Stewart

Dr. Stewart's practice is closed to new clients at this time

Alan Friend

      I have lived in the United States, Switzerland and Canada, and traveled extensively in North America, Europe and Asia, expanding my cultural sensitivity and awareness. My clinical experience includes work with addictions, mood disorders, developmental disabilities and the results of early childhood trauma.


  • B.A. in English, University of Minnesota-Duluth
  • M. Div. in Theology, Iliff School of Theology
  • Diplomate in Analytical Psychology, C.G. Jung Institute-Zurich

Professional Associations

  • International Association for Analytical Psychology
  • British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors





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