If you resonate with any of the quotes listed above then it could mean you are ready to explore yourself deeper in therapy.

Christopher St John

Finding a therapist that you feel is a good fit for you can not only be difficult, but frustrating as well. I invite you to feel free to contact me via e-mail or phone with any questions and/or concerns you have in regards to therapy or myself.

Even if you decide not to choose myself for counseling, I ask you to please keep searching until you find the right person for you. Help is out there.

Christopher A. St. John, MA, LPCC


  • Candidate, C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado
  • M.A. Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • B.A. Contemplative Psychology Concentration in Transpersonal and Humanistic Psychology


  • Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies Division of Professions and Occupations:
    State Board of Registered Psychotherapists (NLC.0105143)
  • License Professional Counselor Candidate (LPCC.0014994)

Jungian Approach

I have studied and been taught a number of techniques over several years in regards to psychology and therapy. However, there is one that has not only stayed with me professionally, but has changed my life in countless ways. That theory is called analytical or Jungian psychology.

Though I am not a Jungian analyst as of yet my status of Jungian candidate at the C. G. Jung Institute of Colorado permits me the title of Jungian psychotherapist. I am under the direct supervision from a licensed therapist who is also an accredited Jungian analyst.