What does the Jungian part add?

Jung was forward-looking. He believed it was never too late to change things, to make the most of life, and find meaning in it.

Dream-work is valued. Dreams can be useful, and often develop in therapy. They give an alternative, symbolic way into areas of difficulty. Jung was also especially interested in the illogical and paradoxical. This can be useful if you’ve tried all the "logical options".

Another area regarded as important is "the Shadow". We all have a Shadow, but it is not only dark or full of destructive urges. It can also be creative. Many people who have had a Jungian inspired therapy say they have been able to "find themselves", and that they can be inventive in ways they weren’t expecting. Jung himself inspired other forms of therapy including art and family therapy.