About Us



Sara Shadabi specializes in psychoanalysis that is based on Jungian psychoanalyst and the clinical psychologist. Her current project is about women’s immigration in Sweden.
She researches and studies in Pedagogy department in Gothenburg university.
She has had some different projects in the past four years, one of them was Art analysis.
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She’s been working since 2015 till this day and as a couch and she has her own private office. From the year 2016 she has started a community named Ardaviraf.

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Jungian therapy starts by recognizing the potential in each individual and working toward allowing the person to develop themselves fully. This will frequently involve looking at the way that past experiences have affected the individual and the way they continue to prevent us from living fulfilled lives; in other words, Jungian therapy is about ‘removing obstacles.
Difficulties such as depression or anxiety may result partly from a lack of development of other elements of the personality, such as assertiveness or the willingness to take risks and engage with life; this will, in turn, usually be related to the person’s life experience and family history. Sometimes the issues relate to past or recent trauma or loss, such as sexual or emotional abuse, bereavement, torture, forced emigration or accident, as well as issues related to retirement, divorce, ageing and redundancy.
Alternatively the issues may be about becoming able to ‘be oneself’, and the relationship with the therapist may be particularly important related to this, where the person can begin to risk being themselves in a safe environment – issues related to sexual orientation, gender identity, shame and social phobia come in here. Issues with relationships, or the difficulty forming relationships, are also particularly well addressed by therapy and analysis. As Jung said, every individual is unique and each therapy will be unique to that individual and that therapist.

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Personal Development

Personal development is a lifelong process. It is a way for people to assess their skills and qualities, consider their aims in life and set goals in order to realise and maximise their potential.


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Everyone’s relationships are different. But sometimes we face similar issues.Whatever you’re going through in your relationship.


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Joining a group of strangers may sound intimidating at first, but group therapy provides benefits that individual therapy may not. Psychologists say, in fact, that group members are………….


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