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Mental health professional Nancy Furlotti works in private practice in Los Angeles, utilizing a Jungian psychoanalytic focus in her therapy. In sessions, Nancy Furlotti concentrates on understanding the relationship between consciousness and the unconscious, and how behavior is predominantly determined by the later. She works with attachment disorders, depression, anxiety, relationship, and work issues. She holds a Marriage and Family Therapy license in two states, California and Colorado.Though her training spans work with adults and children, her current private practice is geared towards adults. Prior to working in a private practice, Nancy Furlotti worked with children in private practice and at the California-based LA Institute in collaboration with the Hilde Kirsch Children’s Center located on the campus of the C. G. Jung Institute. In addition, she worked with adults through the Kieffer Frantz Clinic. Ms. Furlotti also shares her knowledge as a seminar speaker. Past topics have included C. G. Jung’s Red Book, Complexes, Active imagination, Fairytales and Mythology, and Sandplay. Beyond her work as a psychotherapist, Nancy Furlotti maintains a presence in academia. She has supervised interns and students at the C. G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles. She has also worked as a dissertation reader for doctoral students at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Ms. Furlotti maintains involvement in several professional organizations, including the International Association of Analytical Psychology as well as the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. In addition to serving in the past as Vice-President of ARAS, which published The Book of Symbols, she has acted as President of the Philemon Foundation, which published Jung’s Red Book.Nancy Furlotti earned her undergraduate degree in Spanish and Psychology from the Boulder campus at the University of Colorado. She later pursued her Master’s in Clinical Psychology at Antioch University. Currently, Ms. Furlotti is enrolled in Saybrook University, where she is completing her Ph.D. graduate studies in psychology. In addition to earning a diploma from the C. G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles in analytical psychology, Ms. Furlotti studied for four-year course at the Center for depth psychology according to C. G. Jung and Marie-Louise von Franz.