Jungian Analysis
Jungian analysis emphasizes two relationships: that between the analyst and the patient, and that between consciousness and the unconscious. The distinctly "Jungian" element resides in how the inner life is conceptualized. Jungian analysts regard the psyche as a most important shaping factor in how we experience our lives. Drawing upon this perspective, they interpret dreams, symptomatic suffering, the here and now of analytic sessions, and the various scenarios of everyday life with reference to the light these shed upon the patient's unfolding individuation process.

Analytic Psychotherapy
Jungian analysis is not only for those interested in Jungian psychology, personal growth, and dreams. Indeed, most people who come for analysis do so because they need help with anxiety, depression, insoluble conflicts, characterological problems, relationship difficulties, or the aftermath of abuse. In his practice of analytic psychotherapy, Mogenson draws upon many models of psychotherapy and his many years of experience, integrating these with the perspectives of analytical psychology.

Marital Psychotherapy
Mogenson works with couples in both short- and long-term psychotherapy. Some couples seek help for difficulties in their relationship, some for problems manifest predominantly in one partner, and others because of child-rearing and other family life-cycle concerns. As a couples therapist, Mogenson combines family systems perspectives (Bowenian, structural, strategic) with psychoanalytic perspectives (Jungian, object relations, self psychology). While he no longer works with whole families or with children directly, he does consult to couples regarding matters pertaining to children and/or aging parents

Clinical supervision is available for psychotherapists working both in the fields of individual psychotherapy and couple psychotherapy.

Brief consultations are provided to those wishing to have an overall conceptualization of their situation. Consultation by telephone is available when distances would make face-to-face meetings unfeasible.