Vladislav (Vlado) Šolc – (pronounced Scholtz) M.S., LPC, CSAC, ICS is a Diplomate Jungian Analyst, psychotherapist, AODA counselor, supervisor, consultant, lecturer and writer with years of experience. Vlado provides treatment and therapy to individuals with substance abuse and behavioral health problems. These include depression, anxiety, divorce family problems, trauma, loss/grief issues, sleep problems etc. His approach is holistic (integrating body and mind) and eclectic. Vlado believes in a non-judgmental trust-based approach. He coaches clients to maximize their strengths and self-healing capabilities to gain insight and achieve higher quality of physical and mental well-being.
Vlado focuses on psycho-spiritual crisis (loss of life’s meaning and direction), mind-body connection (psychosomatic issues), immigration and cultural issues (displacement and grief), and women empowerment (emancipation). His specialties also include treatment of addictions, individual and marital psychotherapy with adult, and youth populations.
Counseling & Psychotherapy
What is Jungian Analysis?
Jungian analysis, or Jungian depth-oriented psychoanalysis is a specific mode of psychotherapy where analyst and analysand work together to deepen the patient’s insight in order to increase conscious field and to achieve psychological balance, relief of symptoms and in the same time find meaning to psychological suffering he or she struggles with.
Analysis pays special attention to the symbols and focuses on the role the symbolic and the numinous play in patient’s life. Jungian therapy is distinguished by careful analysis of spiritual experiences, dreams and events. Jungian analysis promotes that what Jung called individuation.
Individuation is a process of elevation of ordinary to symbolic. Individuation consists of the achievement of a greater degree of conscious awareness, insight, self-acceptance and appreciating humanity in general. Individuation is a process of becoming oneself. Individuation is a lifelong process based on the archetypal idea of wholeness, which in turn depends on a vital relationship between ego and unconscious.