The Jungian approach is a talk analysis method that seeks to unravel deep-rooted problems in an individual. It seeks to release blocked emotions as a way of helping the client achieve individuation or wholeness. The analytic process aims to bring the unconscious parts of the patient to consciousness. The approach is based on the perception that there are a lot of life experiences that are hidden within a person's psyche. Releasing them gives the therapist insights that help them treat the problem at its root rather than focus on the symptoms. The therapist aims to help the patient achieve a balance between the ego and the subconscious.