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The Inner Child - What does it mean?

Updated: Jan 20, 2023

I was looking for a way of making a positive difference in the world and began the outer journey. I joined the police. I became a soldier. I became a teacher. Yet with each career, I just didn’t feel I achieved this. When I finally reconnected to my inner child, I realised this was the difference I could make. I finally understood ‘as within, so without’ and so began my inward journey to heal my inner child’s wounding and thereby my contribution to make a positive difference in the world.

When I get excited about things, I like to share with others. I realised I love witnessing the moment clients reconnect to their inner child, and how quickly they begin to heal. The wounding of the inner child is linked to common mental health issues, anxiety and depression. Your inner child can contaminate your adult life in various ways such as co-dependency, trust issues, intimacy issues, acting in or acting out behaviours, irrational or magical thinking.

Do you worry about your future, relationships or work?

Do you ever feel like you don’t know who you are?

Do you scroll through social media searching but are not sure what for?

Do you ignore signs that you should be taking more care of yourself?

If any of those sound like you, then Inner Child Therapy may help?

In this work we may explore your relationship with you, with your past and with others. Its not so much about looking back but feeling trapped emotions and allowing them to move freely once more healing the emotional body. This can in turn help to heal issues that have travelled from the emotional body, into our other bodies and manifested into physical or mental issues, and perhaps even spiritual issues when people begin to question the point of life itself.

Inner Child Therapy may incorporate psychospiritual counselling, shamanic practises, Emotional Freedom Technique with Matrix Reimprinting, psychoeducation and reiki healing. I have also incorporated equine facilitated psychotherapy, and ‘walk and talk’ methods which brings in nature and the elements as we walk along the coast line.

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