I hold a Ph.D. in Jungian psychology and archetypal studies.
My life experience includes living in Latvia, Denmark, the United States, and South Africa.
After 20 years of working in a complex multicultural business environment, I now devote myself entirely to serving individuals seeking psychological well-being.
Ph.D. in Jungian Psychology and Archetypal Studies (Pacifica Graduate Institute, USA)
MA in Human Development
(University of Maryland, USA)
Depression, sadness, anxiety, phobias, relational issues, traumas, low self-esteem, and other emotional struggles. I support clients in their explorations into the deepest layers of the psyche to regain a sense of balance.
Painful emotions, like anger and shame, when relating to the world around. I invite clients to explore their thoughts and feelings, reflect on conflicts and difficulties, and develop emotional resilience and relational skills.
Relational issues, low self-esteem, and depression. In consultations, we aim to reconize negative patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors formed through earlier experiences and to create better-serving approaches for current circumstances.
Please write to arrange a consultation.
Books, articles, talks, interviews
Books & articles
From Dragons to Leaders: Latvian and Japanese Psyches, and an Organic Consciousness. In K. Nakamura, & S. Carta (Eds.), Jungian Psychology in the East and West: Cross-Cultural Perspectives from Japan (pp. 150-160). Routledge, 2021
My Dragon of Riches. Latvian Mythological Legends: A Depth Psychological Perspective. Mans bagātības pūķis. Latviešu mitoloģiskās teikas: dzīļu psiholoģijas skatījums, 2017. (To order, write to: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dragons and Dreams. Quadrant: The Journal of the C. G. Jung Foundation, pp. 31-48, 2013.
Cultural Legacies and Transformation, A Keynote address at the ANSE Summer University in Riga, Latvia on August 24, 2022.