The Laboratory

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Stephen Witty

Jungian Analyst, Nathrop, Colorado USA
  • Creative Process

My Approach

In working in Jungian analysis and psychotherapy, I’m particularly interested in helping to stimulate an individual’s “creative process,” using this somewhat overused phrase in its widest sense as the central dynamic in any process of psychological growth. This work involves not only looking a...

In working in Jungian analysis and psychotherapy, I’m particularly interested in helping to stimulate an individual’s “creative process,” using this somewhat overused phrase in its widest sense as the central dynamic in any process of psychological growth. This work involves not only looking at the particulars of one life, but also into the depth of the psyche as it manifests in dreams, fantasies, impulses, synchronicites, etc. My assumption as a Jungian analyst has been that our lives are most satisfying when there is a strong relationship, and some degree of harmony, between our conscious and unconscious selves.

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About Stephen

I live on a small ranch in rural southwest Colorado (U.S.) and work in Colorado Springs and in our local town of Salida. I am also a film-maker and photographer, and divide my time between psychological and artistic work, and numerous outdoor pursuits. I grew up in Manhattan in New York City, ...

I live on a small ranch in rural southwest Colorado (U.S.) and work in Colorado Springs and in our local town of Salida. I am also a film-maker and photographer, and divide my time between psychological and artistic work, and numerous outdoor pursuits. I grew up in Manhattan in New York City, and keep my more urban self alive by periodically travelling in Europe and Latin America.

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Education

  • Yale College, B.A., English Literature
  • New York University Institute of Film and Television, MFA, Film Making
  • California School of Professional Psychology, Ph.D. Clinical Psychology
  • Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, Diploma in Analytical Psychology

Experience

I spent my early twenties working in film in New York City, then in my late twenties decided to get my Ph.D. in clinical psychology in California. I practiced for many years in Colorado Springs then, went on a long journey to become a Jungian analyst. I’ve been active as a founding and board member of our new Jungian training institute in Denver, where I just finished my stint as admission director. I’ve also been publishing poetry and showing my photographs at various galleries in Colorado and New York.