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Ms Jacquie Flecknoe-Brown

Ms Jacquie Flecknoe-Brown

Mobile 0413 990 878
Jungian Analyst

Mobile 0413 990 878

Jungian Analyst (Zurich). Supportive psychotherapy and psychological dream interpretation; focussing on symptom relief in depression/anxiety through self-understanding and awareness. Medicare rebates



  • Counselling, Psychotherapy, Group Therapy, Psychoanalysis, Professional Training, Clinical Supervision, Phone Consultations, Online Video Consultations 
  • Jungian analysis
    MentalHealth care provision (medicare)
    Clinical supervision for counsellors and psychotherapists.

    Jungian analysis focusses on symptom relief, self-understanding and awareness through psychotherapy and psychological dream interpretation. Analysis takes a unique course for every person, is highly supportive of an individual's creative inner work and is non-prescriptive.

    The Dreamer's Odyssey was written as a support handbook for the person's psychological inner journey, and is published through Free Association Press.

    Areas of Special Interest

  • Anxiety / Panic Attacks, Childhood Issues, Creativity, Depression, Dreams, Emotional Overwhelm, Existential Issues, Gay and Lesbian Issues, Grief / Bereavement, Life Threatening Illness, Life Transitions, Self Development, Spirituality / Religion, Women's Issues  
  • MODALITIES / Approach

    Dream Work, Interpersonal, Jungian, Mindfulness, Psychoanalytic

    Classical Jungian and psychological focussed strategies for individuals
    Individual and group psychotherapy and dreamwork
    Group clinical supervision and training in Jungian practice for counsellors and psychotherapists (accredited)


    • BA (Psych) - 1982 - Monash
    • BSW (Hons) - 1985 - Monash
    • A/Cert Family Therapy - 1990 - Melb Family Therapy Centre
    • MSW - 1995 - University of Melbourne
    • Dip. Analytical Psychology - 2015 - Centre for Depth Psych, ZCH

    Professional Associations

    • Australian Association of Social Workers

    Quality Provision

    Professionally accredited in Australia in clinical social work with Medicare rebates; meeting professional standards. Diploma of Analytical Psychology, Jungian Analyst, Centre for Depth Psychology, Switzerland.

    Founder, Australian Guild of Depth Psychology


    In practice for over 30 years.
    Previously worked as family therapist, psychotherapist, mental health consultant. Supervisor of counsellors and psychotherapists. Lecturer in child development, counselling, drug and alcohol.



    Monday 7.30 am - 4 pm
    Friday 7.30 am - 4pm

    Transport and Parking

    Parking bay and free parking opposite practice


    Medicare rebate when referred by GP/Psychiatrist

    Payment Options

    Pay at session with cash or internet bank transfer (no cards)

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    10 Questions with Jacquie Flecknoe-Brown

    • What led you to choose psychotherapy or counselling as a profession?

    • I was always interested in communication, and the more experienced I became in my profession, the deeper I wanted to explore the therapy modalities. I worked for some time in an acute psychiatric ward where I learned family therapy (Milan school) and realised that even in psychosis, every act and statement was symbolic and had a meaning for the person, and even if it was difficult to decipher, with persistence one could understand the message the person was trying to communicate. This lead me to the master analyst of symbolic communication, Dr. Carl Jung and his writings. When I was able, I sold my house and trained in Switzerland as a Jungian Analyst.
    • Which philosophical approaches have influenced your professional/personal development?

    • Of course, Dr. Jung's philosophy and dream interpretation method became the approach I use. The Dreamer's Odyssey (out in March 2020) is a fun and creative guide for both lay people and counsellors to working with your own or clients' dreams. Dreams tell us things we should know but don't!
    • Which particular aspects of health or the human journey are you interested in?

    • Jungian analysis focusses on the client's journey towards individuation or self-actualisation. This is the psychological development that we all, more or less successfully, move through as we age. Dream analysis helps to bring the unconscious background into consciousness, helping us not just to transition through our life stages, but to transform. In its deepest emotional sense, individuation is experienced and felt as spiritual development as well as psychological growth and maturity.
    • What method/s do you use?

    • The basis of Jungian analysis is dream interpretation within a therapeutic relationship. This is a bit of a misnomer as the analyst does not interpret dreams in isolation, but in deep exploratory conversation with the dreamer. If an interpretation is not arrived at or does not sit with the dreamer, then it is shelved, and the process to find meaning for the dreamer continues.
    • When do you think the client will start to feel that progress is being made?

    • While Jungian analysis can go on for years, as it is a deep process which centres around self-understanding and not just symptoms, clients should begin to feel engaged and supported towards symptom-alleviation fairly quickly. Not every client wants or needs to go deeply into analysis, and so the early work focusses on relief and ego-strengthening, as well as self-knowledge.
    • How has therapy made you a better person?

    • Analysis has had profound effects, not necessarily in changing who we are, but in the understanding and acceptance of ourselves.
    • What do you like most about being a therapist?

    • The extraordinary dreams of ordinary people, and to accompany clients in their deep desires to understand and heal themselves.
    • Do you ever have 'bad hair' days?

    • Of course!
    • What do you think is the most significant problem we face, in the world today?

    • Having a future in a healthy world. Understanding that living by materialism alone will not satisfy the human soul.
    • Can you share the name of a book, film, song, event or work of art that inspires you?

    • Everything by C.G. Jung, Marie-Louise Von Franz, Barbara Hannah, M. Esther Harding, Edward Edinger, Robert A. Johnson, Vine Deloria Jnr, Shakespeare, Rumi; Van Gogh's Starry Night, Rodin's the Thinker, Gaudi's Sagrada Familia and Casa Calvet; the Apocalypse Tapestry, Peer Gynt Suite, Four Seasons, Ode to Joy, Mozart's piano concertos and the Rolling Stones, Wild Horses. Too many great documentaries: Matter of Heart, Tashi and The Monk, Awake, Big Silence, Planet Earth...
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    Ms Jacquie Flecknoe-Brown

    Jacquie Flecknoe-Brown

    Jungian Analyst

    Jungian Analyst (Zurich) in private practice.
    Analysis takes a unique course for every person, is highly supportive of an individual's creative inner work and is non-prescriptive, and an excellent method for depression, anxiety and creative blocks.
    Working therapeutically for over 30 years.
    The Dreamer's Odyssey was written as a handbook for the psychological inner journey, informed by Carl Jung's discoveries and theory. Published by Free Association Press.

    • Balwyn
    • Dream Work, Interpersonal, Jungian, Mindfulness, Psychoanalytic