Internationales Seminar für Analytische Psychologie

I come from Bandung, West Java—Indonesia, a place where the seen and the unseen, present, past and future merge into one. The urge to explore both the outer and inner worlds propelled me to leave my beloved home to learn from other cultures and to see my place of origin from far away.

I settled in Perth, Australia in 1997 to study medicine, and graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2002. I worked in psychiatry for 10 years as a medical officer in various public hospitals in Perth, servicing patients from a diverse demographic background, under the teaching of clinical supervisors, some of which I still bring into my work as a Jungian analyst. Prior to psychiatry I also spent a stint working on a medical ward with mainly Aboriginal children in central Australia. I was grateful for the opportunity to connect with the central Australian desert.

Life brought me to Zurich, Switzerland, where I encountered depth psychology in its birthplace. I then immersed myself in Jungian training in February 2014 at the International School of Analytical Psychology until December 2020 before I returned back to Perth.

I appreciate Jungian principle as it places equal importance on feeling, intuition and the irrational as much as rational factors—in both our personal life and working with clients. I do not have specific methods or presumptions in my work, rather; I embrace and follow the lead from both the conscious and unconscious in navigating and accompanying the client’s process. I attempt to see the person behind the diagnosis and am open to clients who bring topics from both the material and spiritual realms.

Areas of Interest

  • Psychodynamic psychotherapy
  • The notion of the body as the carrier of our emotions and stories
  • Religious experiences
  • Dream interpretation and active imagination
  • Holding the paradox between living a passionate life and embracing the unavoidable reality of death
  • The use of creative art process to process emotions and life experience
  • The use of paintings to work with dreams when indicated
Professional Organizations
Association of Graduates in Analytical Psychology (AGAP)
The International Association of Analytical Psychology (IAAP)
The Australian and New Zealand Society of Jungian Analysts (ANZSJA)
International School of Analytical Psychology (ISAP)

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Treatment Types
Individuals (1:1)