John Romig Johnson, Ph.D, NCPsyA, IAAP, NYAAP
1020 Tyron Circle, Charleston, South Carolina 29414
As a Jungian analyst I focus more on psychological growth than on illness. Therefore my main concern is to assist one’s natural drive to develop and to self actualize. I work with dreams, conflicts, anxieties and personal relationships tp deepen our capacity to find self-understanding and fulfillment on your journey toward wholeness. The goal of such analysis is individuation which Jung defined as a “better and more complete fulfillment of the collective qualities of the human being.” In the process of analysis one strengthens, differentiates and integrates into consciousness of unconscious contents of the psyche. I would welcome the opportunity to share your inner journey toward wholeness.
Kindra Westercamp, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
7 Gamecock Ave Suite #710, Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Psychotherapy is a journey that involves both the client and therapist. At times this journey may be overwhelming or even frightening, as clients may be confronting painful memories or difficult emotions for example. I assure you that I'll be with you at every turn and will help you navigate toward healing/recovery. Perhaps you entered therapy simply wanting to gain greater understanding into who you are as a person. I will gladly assist you in your own personal journey. It is my belief that everyone can benefit from engaging in the therapeutic journey with another individual who will work as hard as you do to help you achieve your goals.
Dr. Walter Warneck, Jr., D.Min.
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist; Pastoral Counselor
301 WatersEdge, Shelter Cove, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina 29928
We often use the terms individual psychotherapy, couple psychotherapy or family psychotherapy as a distinct approach from general counseling. I take this distinction to mean a working together in therapy with an intentional reference to personal, emotional, psychological or even psychiatric history as it affects emotional and relationship health. Today's emotional health does not come in isolation. Our present emotional health is influenced by the sum of our emotional history. That is true whether we refer to individuals or to relationships. The process of psychotherapy explores these connections to strengthen and to develop the individual for life going forward.