Confession, Elucidation, Education, Transformation refers to the stages of Jungian Psychoanalytic therapy:

  • Stage 1 (Confession) involves the client sharing life experiences and telling secrets not typically told to others;.
  • Stage 2 (Elucidation), includes the therapist analyzing the transference and countertransference relationship with the client gaining insight into unconscious material;.
  • Stage 3 (education), the therapist helps the client translate insights into his current life; and
  • Stage 4 (Transformation), the client seeks self -actualization interacting with the therapist on an equal level where both are affected.

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