Inner Child Experiential Psychotherapy, also known as Inner Child Work, focuses on the unmet needs of childhood, and how fulfilling those needs can lead to a complete, more confident and self actualized individual.
How do you start a difficult conversation? There is more than one way to achieve a positive outcome. Having been in private practice for 42 years and having earned more than half dozen certifications in marriage and family therapy, here are some of the approaches that have proven to be quite successful.
Perhaps, the work I am most known for is healing and championing the Inner Child. In 1989, I first became acquainted with John Bradshaw for his efforts in bringing this work to the forefront of transformational psychology. Although, often called “pop psychology” or “fringe” among those unfamiliar with his work, it has been long proven perhaps one of the most successful models for change.