Jungian Analyst Elisabeth Pomès in Toronto

 

Introduction

I am a bilingual (English and French) psychotherapist and Jungian Analyst in private practice in Toronto and the GTA, Canada. Since 1998, I have been counseling and helping people in various issues affecting their well-being. For a number of years, I focused on the demands made on performing artists. I created workshops and classes entitled Performance Without Fear, to help artists who experienced creative blocks, and, at times, debilitating stage fright.

In 2000, my interest in the works of the Swiss psychologist C.G. Jung led me to enter the Analyst Training Program offered in Toronto by the C.G. Jung Foundation. I graduated in January 2009 as a certified Jungian Analyst and became a member of the Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts.

Guiding Principles

  • It is possible to enter into psychotherapy such as Jungian Analysis at any age and experience a deep and lasting positive change.
  • It is possible to heal old wounds and become better equipped to live one’s life fully.
  • Every one of us is capable of self-soothing and of loving ourselves more fully.
  • With the help of a skilled psychotherapist, it is possible to enter into a deep relationship with oneself, to develop a better understanding of oneself, and to embrace the totality of one’s being.
  • It is possible to enter into better relationships with others. To develop a deep and loving relationship with oneself is the best gift that one can give oneself and the world at large.

Issues People Have Brought to Me:

  • Abuse, Trauma
  • Addictions: Drug, Alcohol, Gambling
  • Aging
  • Anger/Rage
  • Balancing Work and Family Life
  • Career/Vocation Crises
  • Constant Worrying
  • Creative Blocks: Stage-Fright, Fear of Failure
  • Depression
  • Difficulties at School/University
  • Fear
  • Grief and Bereavement
  • Health Issues: Personal, Family
  • Loneliness
  • Loss of Job
  • Loss of Creativity
  • Loss of Meaning and Hope
  • Mid-life Transition
  • Relationship Issues
  • Sadness
  • Sense of Failure
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Sexuality Issues
  • Spiritual Crisis
  • Stress Issues
  • Suicide Issues, Suicide Survivor
  • Terminal Illness