In this episode, I have a lively conversation with Alex Luber, licensed professional counselor and fellow Jungian enthusiast.
With a degree in philosophy and practitioner of yoga therapy, he was already unconventional, and then Alex enrolled in the Jungian Psychotherapist program at the Carl Jung Institute in Chicago. He says Depth, Existentialism, Feminism, and Hermeneutical Psychology are home base for him.
As a millennial, he brings a sensitivity to coming of age right now during the accelerated dismantling of patriarchal systems. We chat about how the modern therapeutic model holds individuals responsible for the anxiety caused by collective institutions that are "sick." We also chat about Alex's journey of relating to his own feminine and masculine, and our concluding message is optimistic in that we assure listeners that they will be rewarded for doing the work of coming into relationship with their unconscious–their new awareness will be a seed for revolution in the collective.
I hope you enjoy and will share with others. You don't have to call it therapy as Alex suggests, rather just getting to know the pieces of yourself that haven't been allowed to be revealed to the world.
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Deborah Lukovich, PhD
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