Dr. Andy Drymalski, Ed.D.

Licensed Psychologist | Jungian Psychologist




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My Background

I am a Nevada licensed psychologist and Jungian psychologist in private practice in Northern Nevada. I specialize in psychotherapy for depression, anxiety, grief and loss, life transition issues, personal growth, and Jungian dreamwork.

I have been providing psychotherapy since 1997. My professional and educational interests also include end-of-life and near death experiences.

I received my Master of Science (M.S.) in Counseling from South Dakota State University (1992), and my doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Psychology and Counseling from the University of South Dakota (1995).

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I maintain a blog at JungStop.com where I share lively commentary on life, dreams, and spirituality viewed through a Jungian lens.

My articles can be found on Healthy Beginnings, an online magazine, providing monthly articles on Jungian psychology and Jungian dream analysis since February of 2008. You may read some of my articles by visiting the magazine’s website.


My Approach & Philosophy

I view depression and other emotional struggles as opportunities for growth and the psyche’s way of helping us realize our fullest potential.

For example, although the symptoms of depression or anxiety cause us discomfort, they also get our attention and challenge us to reflect on our life. At these times we can become more open to the voice and guidance of our deeper self, the soul, God. A ray of light breaks through the darkness offering hope and nourishment for our journey.

For psychotherapy that can help you find your way through the fog and strengthen your journey of healing and growth, please call or email me directly.

I look forward to hearing from you.

“At times I feel as if I am spread out over the landscape and inside things, and am myself living in every tree, in the plashing of the waves, in the clouds and animals that come and go, in the procession of the seasons.“

—Carl Jung