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Integrative inner Child Hypnotherapy: The keys to the kingdom of self

"When you feel a child inside of you springing to life, that’s how you know you’re where you should be."
― C. JoyBell C.


a child reaching up in joy
Your needs as a child are fundamentally the needs you have today. To feel loved, loving and loveable.



Understanding Inner Child Therapy

Inner child therapy is a the most profoundly powerful therapeutic approach I use. It helps individuals reconnect with their childlike self, often carrying unresolved emotions, unmet needs, and unhealed wounds from the past. These early experiences shape our beliefs, behaviors, and emotional responses, significantly impacting our adult life, relationships, and self-perception. This blog explores how inner child therapy can help those who self-sabotage, feel unlovable, people-please, or carry shame about their past, present, or body, ultimately leading to deep, fulfilling relationships.


Manifestation and Impact of Inner Child Wounds

Unresolved inner child wounds can manifest in various ways. These can include self-sabotaging behaviors, a pervasive sense of being unlovable, people-pleasing tendencies, and feelings of shame about one's past, present, or body. These wounds often lead to emotional pain, hinder personal growth, and create barriers to forming healthy, fulfilling relationships.

In personal life, these unresolved issues can erode self-esteem and self-worth, leading to chronic feelings of inadequacy and frustration. In the workplace, they might manifest as missed opportunities, lack of confidence, or overcommitment due to people-pleasing tendencies. In relationships, these wounds can result in a lack of trust, difficulty setting boundaries, and a continuous cycle of seeking validation from others.


The Subconscious Dynamics of Inner Child Wounds

The subconscious mind holds onto our childhood experiences, both positive and negative. These early experiences shape our core beliefs about ourselves and the world. Trauma, whether emotional, physical, or sexual, leaves deep imprints on the subconscious, influencing our behaviors and perceptions as adults.

Trauma weaves through these inner child wounds by reinforcing negative beliefs and patterns. For instance, a child who felt unloved or rejected may grow up believing they are inherently unlovable, leading to self-sabotage and difficulty in accepting love and kindness from others. People-pleasing behaviors often stem from a need to gain approval and avoid conflict, rooted in a fear of abandonment or rejection.


Five Signs of Unresolved Inner Child Wounds

  1. Self-Sabotage: Engaging in behaviors that create problems and interfere with long-term goals.

  2. Feeling Unlovable: A pervasive sense of inadequacy and unworthiness of love and affection.

  3. People-Pleasing: Prioritizing others' needs and desires over one's own well-being.

  4. Shame and Guilt: Carrying feelings of shame about one's past, present, or body.

  5. Difficulty Setting Boundaries: Struggling to assert personal boundaries, leading to emotional imbalance and resentment.

  6. Fear of being abandoned or rejected. Your childhood will have meant you experienced this at some point, some are more extreme than others. in the child's mind they are all deeply devastating leaving us with wounds that in adult life create behaviours which ultimately hold us back.

  7. Unhealthy patterns of over giving, self sacrificing. By understanding that there times when we felt we weren't enough, we can release and heal those feelings.

  8. Difficulty maintaining or understanding intimacy and relationships. Our childhood creates a blueprint for how we see ourselves within relationships. Repairing those past wounds opens us up to having deeper more beautiful relationships.


Approaching Inner Child Wounds and Integrative Hypnotherapy

My approach to inner child therapy focuses on understanding and healing the underlying issues within the subconscious mind. Integrative hypnotherapy is a powerful tool in this journey, helping individuals to reconnect with their inner child and transform these deep-seated wounds.

Integrative Hypnotherapy for Inner Child Healing includes:

  • Identifying Root Causes: Exploring the subconscious to uncover the experiences and beliefs that drive these behaviors.

  • Reconnecting with the Inner Child: Creating a safe space to connect with and nurture the inner child, acknowledging their pain and unmet needs.

  • Processing and integrated long held beliefs which create unwanted behaviours. By doing this we free ourselves from the prison of self attack and low self worth.

  • Healing Past Trauma: Providing a therapeutic environment to process and heal from past traumatic experiences.

  • Empowering Self-Worth: Encouraging individuals to build a strong sense of self-worth and confidence, allowing them to engage in healthier, more balanced relationships.


Inner child therapy is a deeply transformative journey that requires compassion, patience, and a willingness to confront and heal deeply ingrained wounds.

Embrace the journey towards healing and self-acceptance, where each step brings you closer to a life of balance, peace, and fulfillment. Through integrative hypnotherapy and a compassionate approach, we can transform the impact of inner child wounds, allowing individuals to reclaim their true selves and build genuine, fulfilling connections.

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