When Psychotherapy Goes Online: The Hidden Virtues of Virtual Therapy

Jung in the World | When Psychotherapy Goes Online: The Hidden Virtues of Virtual Therapy with Gus Cwik

WITH Gus Cwik

Patricia Martin talks with Jungian analyst Gus Cwik, PsyD, Jungian analyst, about the upside of virtual therapy and what we need to know about its strengths and limitations.

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Jung in the World Podcast

The idea for the podcast was hatched as collaboration with the C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago. We launched in 2020, just as COVID descended. I had just relocated from Chicago to the Michiana woods and leapt at the chance to break new ground. Now in its 3rd season, the Jung in the World podcast has earned more than 1 million downloads. Our mission is to bring the work of Carl Jung into contemporary life. We hope it makes a difference in yours.

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