psychological schools and disciplines, Psychoanalysis and
Analytical Psychology make up the core "branch"
of the modern psychological school of thought known as Depth
Psychology. Both psychoanalysis [constructed by Sigmund
Freud (1856 - 1939)] and analytical
psychology [Carl Gustav Jung (1875 - 1961)]
look for and seek the deep layer(s) underlying behavioural and
cognitive processes - THE UNCONSCIOUS - hence the name
the sometimes unbridgeable gap between these two great men's
perception of the Unconscious, both theories "scratch the
bottom" of the human psyche for MEANING,
whatever it is and however it is to be defined. Hence, depth
psychology is not satisfied with the symptom's "cure"
only, but seeks a meaningful connection between body
& psyche as a WHOLE. Freud and Jung approached the latter
from somewhat different standpoints.