Marianne has worked with people in more than 30 years, long as literary consultant and editor of Gyldendal Norwegian publisher, and later also as a psychotherapist. She is now in the final phase of the six-year education as a Jungian analyst at the CG Jung Institute in Copenhagen.
Marianne offers talk therapy and Jungian analysis in Zen House on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The term "Jungian analysis" may seem mysterious to many. It is simply a branch of psychotherapy. Man working on consciousness and the unconscious, and the interaction between them and the outside world. Conversation is the most important tool in therapy, but dreams, fantasies and other symbolic expressions can also be used where it is natural.
All suitable for those who:
- Struggling with heavy weekdays
- tired with anxiety, sadness, depression and low self-esteem
- Struggling with stress and other work-related stress
- Struggling to your relationship with the people around you
An analysis course also provides excellent opportunities for personal growth and development if you think you are stuck or feel like you are lost in their own lives.
A course of therapy lasts for as short or long as you want and need it, and you are never too old to start. I naturally have a duty of confidentiality, and I am under regular supervision and guidance.
Education and experience
- Literary consultant and editor of Gyldendal Norwegian Publishing
- Working as a psychotherapist
- Is now in the final phase of the six-year education as a Jungian analyst at the CG Jung Institute in Copenhagen.
Phone:916 41 838
Address:Zen House, Sporveisgata 29, 0354 Oslo