Stuart MacFarlane is a seasoned and well-respected therapist with over 30 years of experience in the world of psychology. For decades, he has help hundreds of individuals deal with a variety of psychological problems through numerous analytical therapy treatment methods. Whether adolescents or adults needed help with depression, anxiety, drug and/or alcohol abuse, bereavement, relationship counselling, bipolar disorder therapy or treatment for another psychological illness, they were able to receive high quality help from therapist Stuart MacFarlane.
As a practicing therapist, Stuart MacFarlane started his journey during the early 1970s. He left his home in Sydney, Australia to study at the Yoga-Vendanta Forest University in Rishikesh, India, where he became a student of Advaita Vendanta and philosophy. After schooling, he returned home with the inclination to bring his experiences from India and apply them to his own therapy and analysis sessions. MacFarlane opened his first private practice in 1984 initially helping individuals cope with bereavement.
As time progressed and MacFarlane become a distinguished therapist, he started to train under Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, a pioneering psychiatrist who first theorized the five stages of grief. During this time, he became the head of her foundation in Australia and assisted in her research. Continuing, MacFarlane began to train and work with a well-known Jungian Analyst, Gregg M. Furth, who played an instrumental role in MacFarlane’s interest in Jungian Analysis. After assisting him in practice for quite some time, MacFarlane decided to relocate to London to study at the Guild of Analytical Psychology (GAP).
Upon graduating from GAP, MacFarlane opened another private practice where he applied his Jungian Analysis teachings to his therapy sessions. Fast forward to today and MacFarlane still resides in London and continues to delve into the world of psychology, helping many people along the way.