Jamie McNulty Psychotherapy


open space

I understand psychotherapy to be kind of clearing, a clearing in the sense of an open space for reflection and creativity, for thinking and feeling one's way through things and also a clearing out of old ways to make way for the new.

As an existential psychotherapist my approach to psychotherapy is more philosophically based rather than theoretical. Existential analysis is concerned with being human and all that this entails, especially how we approach our problems, situations and relationships.

I work through a process of dialogue, by listening and questioning, in order to elicit a description of your experience. Working toward a common understanding of your experience can help you listen more closely to yourself and help you to come to terms with the problems you are facing. As part of this process, I will often ask you to explore your embodied experience, in order to facilitate a holistic approach to therapy. I also employ dream exploration and active imagination.

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