Surprise fills the room when therapy is working. My job is to tend the space where that liveliness can happen. Together, we prepare the necessary ingredients.

Jane Margaret Hunt, LCSW-R, IAAP, is a Jungian analyst. She graduated from the training program at the Jung Institute–Boston, is a member of NESJA (New England Society of Jungian Analysts), and started teaching as a faculty member at the Jung Institute–Boston in 2014. Her thesis topic is “Cooking as a Spiritual Practice.” She has been in private practice in Ithaca, NY, since 2007, and works with adults, children (under 12), couples, and college students. Jane has additional training in trauma, depression, and dream work with adults; sandplay and art therapy for both adults and children; and play therapy with children. She earned a Master’s degree in social work at Marywood University in 1998. Jane speaks some Spanish and welcomes patients from other cultures. Her office is located at 973 E. State/Martin Luther King Jr. Street, on the corner of E. State and Water streets, within walking distance of downtown Ithaca, Cornell University, and Ithaca College.