The art of therapy is how a therapist reads your patterns, the words and images of your stories in sessions.
Jungian psychotherapy is based on the ideas of Swiss psychiatrist, analyst, and researcher, C. G. Jung. His work showed we are born with an unconscious sense of self that can help our conscious personality. It is as natural as a seed growing a maple tree. However, this evolutionary intelligence needs the right conditions and can be impeded by unhealthy relationships in the outer world.
A Jungian therapist can be one of those healthy relationships. Recently, neuroscience has shown deep emotions and experiences, such as trauma, are not consciously accessible. A Jungian approach uses both the conscious mind and unconscious patterns expressed in symptoms, dreams and the stories told during sessions. This depth therapy can result in greater capacity for self-reflection, intimacy, creativity and a sense of vitality and soul.
The science of therapy is how the therapist understands those patterns based on psychology, including neuroscience, as well as how others have expressed those patterns in art, religion and other disciplines.