Inner child workshop
- Saturday 22nd September
- Saturday 13th October
- Saturday 27th October
Have you found yourself struggling with clients who present with childhood issues, finding that the person-centred approach is ‘just not enough’?
Inner child work is a powerful therapeutic tool that uses a combination of person-centred, transactional analysis and NLP approaches. It works with clients who present with a wide range of issues that are affecting their adult lives. It facilitates the client reaching back to their difficult childhood; the root of their issues, working through understanding how their childhood is affecting them now but then dealing with their childhood issues to heal their wounded inner child. Inner child work transforms client’s lives and leads to lasting positive change.
- How childhood issues affect adulthood.
- Suitable clients for inner child work.
- Learning the stages of inner child work
- Extensive tools for inner child work.
This is an experiential workshop, so you will be expected to take part in exercises we present as though you were a client. This allows you to learn through reflection on your experiences.
Quotes from inner child clients:
‘I have been depressed since my teens. The therapy was hard to go through, but for the first time in my life I no longer feel depressed, and the relationships with my husband and my children have really improved. I can’t believe the change in me. I can’t thank you enough.’ SB
‘I’ve been in and out of therapy since childhood, but counselling has never been like this. I finally understand why I have felt as I have throughout my life. I have never felt as good as I do now.’ JP
To book your place: please email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 01924 200076.
About Sue Crossland
Jill Ulman Bsc PGCE & Sue Crossland BACP Accred
Jill and Sue have a wide range of experience writing and delivering training for charities, NHS and other organisations. They hold a joint belief that continuing personal development is essential within the therapy vocation. They enjoy working creatively to offer stimulating and engaging training.