Therapist Profile

Name:
John Nicholas, PhD
Professional Title:
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Email:
Email
Location:
15 Park Dr San Anselmo, CA 94960-1717
Phone:
(415) 455-0854
Website:
License Number
LMFT14835
Practicing Since:
1980
Additional Licenses:
MFT, PhD

Personal Statement

Personal Statement:
I am dedicated to helping people find spiritual meaning in their lives and relationships in the now by becoming more conscious. I believe that for every failure or tragedy there is also something to be learned. As the result of a near fatal diving accident in which I broke my neck, I changed careers at mid-life. My outlook is international. I have lived half of my life overseas, which has given me a certain objectivity as how americans are viewed abroad. My daughter was born in London and my son in Switzerland. I lived in Carl Jung's hometown on the lake of Zurich. In my chosen field of Jungian psychology I have worked with the first generation of analysts who were analysed by Jung.

About My Practice

Office Hours
8:15am - 7pm Monday - Friday 10am - 1pm Saturday Dream Workshop the first Saturday of each month from 10am - 12
Services
Individual Psychotherapy Dream Group Analysis Marital Counseling Career Issues
Insurance
Call Office for Insurance Accepted
Credit Cards Accepted
None
Free Initial Consult
No
Offers Teletherapy
None

Education

Degrees
PhD, Psychology, Sussex College, 1974 M.A., Man Power Studies, University of London, 1973 French, Dartmouth, 1959

Area of Specialty

Specialites:
Creative Solutions

Other

Theoretical Orientation
Developmental/Depth
Eclectic (Many Therapies)
Jungian
Psychoanalytic
Certifications
Analytical Psycholgy, C.G. Jung Institute Zurick, 1975
Languages Spoken
English, French
Ethnicity
Caucasian (Non-Hispanic)

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