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Therapy Styles Archetypal Therapy


Symbolism and visualization with healing in mind

Archetypal therapy, first introduced by analytical psychologist James Hillman in the 1970s, involves the use of imagery, symbolism, patterns, and visualization to help clients identify deeper meanings connected to their mental health difficulties.

Clients are encouraged to understand their own personal archetypes and accept themselves as they are. Clients are encouraged to gain self-awareness and organically bring further understanding and healing to their mental state.

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Meet ourArchetypal Therapy Providers


    In Person: Redmond Youth Counseling

    Telehealth Available

    Helps with: Anxiety, Depression, Self-Esteem, Emotional regulation, Socialization issues


    In Person: Salvéo Counseling Redmond

    Telehealth Available

    Helps with: Anxiety, Depression, Anger Management, Work-related Stress, Relationship Conflicts, Life-purpose, Past Trauma


    Telehealth Available

    Helps with: Depression, Stress Management, Trauma, Crises of Meaning, Grief and Loss

Peace | Balance | Wellbeing

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