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Inner Child Therapy CPD

Inner Child Therapy CPD


Physical or mental illness, work issues, bereavement, abusive relationships, divorce and addictions may have contributed to chaos and unpredictability within the family which prevents the parent(s) meeting their children’s needs to feel secure, loved, acknowledge, heard and supported, and thus disrupting the natural stages of development to adulthood.

The child grows into an adult physically but hasn’t gained fundamental ego strengths and capacities. Inside the adult is a child with unresolved needs often in a state of chaos and confusion, terror and rage, emptiness and despair. A phrase coined to describe this scenario is “adult child”. Many people medicate the pain of this with different types of addictive behaviours.

This course will give you the skills to use inner child therapy with clients who will come and see you with disruptive patters in their lives and helping theme to re-parent their inner child.

Inner child work is an opportunity to re-parent the inner child. It is often called “original pain work”. If you can’t feel it you can’t heal it.

You will learn therapeutic approach to use inner child therapy, providing also scripts to address the different stages of development and takes a closer look at the intra-psychic state of affairs.

  • Course Details

    Date: 26-27 November 2016

    Time: 10am - 5pm (9.30am registration)

    Location: Central London

  • Enrolment Confirmation

    On receipt of your enrolment information and registration payment, we iwll confirm your place on the course by emailing you. You will receive a further email from us closer to the course date to confirm the course venue details.

  • Cancellation/Refund policy

    The ICH reserves the right to cancel a CPD module if we do not have sufficient students to make it viable to run and/or change the location to suit the number of registered students.

    Student cancellations will be accepted, and registration deposits refunded, up to 21 days prior to the start of the CPD module for which you have enrolled. Alternatively, deposits can be carried forward to a future CPD module, if you wish. If you decide to withdraw from a CPD module (for whatever reason) after you have paid one or more of the instalments but before you have completed the CPD module, you will not be entitled to a refund of the fees already paid. Our experience is that it is unusual for individuals to withdraw from a CPD module. However, our refund policy is stated here for the sake of clarity.

  • Lecturer

    Bernadette Jaye

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