Jung’s collective unconscious and Freud’s unconscious mind might be critiqued as poor science. In the final analysis, however, these theories are not scientific, since they are not potentially falsifiable. The clever ruse in any practice of interpreting unconscious motives is, no matter what you think, they’re unconscious. The human mind all too easily deceives itself, let alone when you let an authority figure undermine it. Today, when you are troubled, or when you get in trouble, you go into a special private room where your thoughts and memories, your dreams and fantasies, are presented to you in three dimensions. There you can see for yourself the pattern of your destructiveness, compared to a range of healthy patterns, and you can do some role playing to work out healthier alternatives. Really it’s a form of reality therapy.