FreeMind Inner Child Therapy
Inner child therapy focuses on exploring and addressing the emotional wounds and unmet needs from childhood that continue to impact your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in adulthood.
The goal of inner child therapy is to help you heal and integrate the inner child, which refers to the parts of yourself that are still carrying unresolved emotions and experiences from your childhood.
The therapy process involves creating a safe and nurturing environment where you can connect with and explore your inner child through various techniques such as hypnotherapy, visualization, meditation, and dialogue. The healing power of inner child work comes from identifying and expressing the emotions and needs that were not met for you in your childhood and helping you to develop a compassionate and caring relationship with your inner child.
By acknowledging and addressing the unhealed parts of their past, individuals can learn to reframe negative beliefs and patterns of behavior and develop a greater sense of self-awareness and self-compassion. This process can lead to improved relationships, increased emotional regulation, relief from physical symptoms, and a more fulfilling life.
Inner child therapy can be a powerful tool for individuals seeking to heal from emotional pain and trauma related to their childhood experiences and to cultivate greater self-love and acceptance.
Here are some common symptoms of a wounded inner child:
Difficulty expressing emotions.
Low self-esteem or self-worth.
Fear of abandonment or rejection.
Difficulty setting boundaries putting yourself first or saying no
People-pleasing or seeking validation from others
Difficulty trusting others
Avoidance of intimacy or vulnerability
Difficulty forming and maintaining healthy relationships.