Many individuals are drawn to seek psychotherapy for a variety of reasons: Seeking help to improve self esteem, change troublesome habits, resolve conflicts with others and within oneself, reduce stress, optimize personal growth, or clarify a spiritual quest. In the setting of the therapeutic relationship an honest confrontation with oneself aligns the psyche’s intention towards expanded consciousness. The ongoing work of introspection promotes the development of deeper insights into the meaning of one’s presenting problems while setting the stage for an openness to the depth of healing potentials in the psyche. The basic premise of a depth-oriented psychotherapy as developed by CG Jung is that each individual’s psyche and being possesses an inherent tendency towards its growth and completion. This intrinsic propensity towards fulfillment emerges out of the natural energetic forces in both the conscious and unconscious realms of one’s basic psychological make-up. These basic energetic forces, known as archetypes represent universally inherited potentialities that express and maintain all that is instinctual in human kind and further allows for one’s own particular expression as a unique individual. A depth psychotherapy approach honors and facilitates the creative dynamics of the archetypes as they appear as symbols and images in fantasy, imagination and dreams.