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Thursday, 18th September 2008

Past notice
Inner Child Therapy
An Open Evening
The James Braid Society's September 2008 event was an active “open meetings” at which everyone was encouraged to participate by contributing ideas, scripts, experiences and methods of therapy.

These “open meetings” are often the most rewarding and stimulating – offering everyone a chance to exchange information … and this occasion proved the point

Initiated by the society's chairman, Leila Hart, it began with an explantion of howpeople learn behaviours as children and as adults often continue these behaviours on a subconscious level.

Most of the time people are able to handle situations through the eyes of an emotional adult as opposed to a wounded child, but clients with a wounded inner child, react to circumstances, experiences or relationships with the response of that child, instead of coming from a place of self knowing, understanding and completeness.

Inner Child therapy is appropriate with clients who present symptoms that may originate in a childhood lacking in love or emotional support, such as:

l General lack of confidence,

l Insecurity,

l Low self-esteem,

l Emotional and relationship problems

l Eating disorders.

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