The therapeutic process as set forth by CG Jung is based upon the central concept of the psyche as a self-regulating system in which consciousness and the unconscious are linked in a compensating fashion. Both consciousness and the unconscious exchange energy, this providing the necessary dynamic for growth and change. The therapeutic process attends actively to this interchange between consciousness and the unconscious with the goal of amplifying the nature and quality of this interplay. This refinement of interchange aims to bring “order out of disorder, purpose out of aimlessness, and meaning out of senselessness”. ( Singer). The work of therapy draws upon the resources of the unconscious and strives to integrate them into consciousness and ultimately to be lived as creative actions in one’s life.