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Recovery therapist Cathryn Taylor offers a step-by-step guide to reparenting the children within and healing their shame, anger, and feelings of abandonment. Using written and verbal exercises, guided imagery, journaling, drawing, mirror work, and rituals, you can change your experience of the past. For each of the seven stages of childhood, you will follow six steps: - Id Recovery therapist Cathryn Taylor offers a step-by-step guide to reparenting the children within and healing their shame, anger, and feelings of abandonment. Using written and verbal exercises, guided imagery, journaling, drawing, mirror work, and rituals, you can change your experience of the past. For each of the seven stages of childhood, you will follow six steps: - Identify your pain. - Research its childhood roots. - Re-experience the pain. - Separate from it. - Grieve the losses of each stage. - Ritually release the pain and reclaim the joy of each inner child. In the end, you will reap the rewards of the wisdom of your true self. This easy-to-follow six-step formula helps you contact true spirituality through ritual and imagery, while healing your inner children. The book is brilliant, and serves as a bridge between the psychological and the spiritual.--Laurel King, Author of Women of Power and coauthor of Living in the Light Cathryn Taylor takes the next step: for her, the inner child is a palpable and real force in life. Methodically she applies a healing formula for each stage of growth and development, offering each of us valuable help in completing the child's unfinished business.--Jeremiah Abrams, Editor of Reclaiming the Inner Child


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Recovery therapist Cathryn Taylor offers a step-by-step guide to reparenting the children within and healing their shame, anger, and feelings of abandonment. Using written and verbal exercises, guided imagery, journaling, drawing, mirror work, and rituals, you can change your experience of the past. For each of the seven stages of childhood, you will follow six steps: - Id Recovery therapist Cathryn Taylor offers a step-by-step guide to reparenting the children within and healing their shame, anger, and feelings of abandonment. Using written and verbal exercises, guided imagery, journaling, drawing, mirror work, and rituals, you can change your experience of the past. For each of the seven stages of childhood, you will follow six steps: - Identify your pain. - Research its childhood roots. - Re-experience the pain. - Separate from it. - Grieve the losses of each stage. - Ritually release the pain and reclaim the joy of each inner child. In the end, you will reap the rewards of the wisdom of your true self. This easy-to-follow six-step formula helps you contact true spirituality through ritual and imagery, while healing your inner children. The book is brilliant, and serves as a bridge between the psychological and the spiritual.--Laurel King, Author of Women of Power and coauthor of Living in the Light Cathryn Taylor takes the next step: for her, the inner child is a palpable and real force in life. Methodically she applies a healing formula for each stage of growth and development, offering each of us valuable help in completing the child's unfinished business.--Jeremiah Abrams, Editor of Reclaiming the Inner Child

30 review for The Inner Child Workbook: What to Do with Your Past When It Just Won't Go Away

  1. 5 out of 5

    Wendy Reiersen

    This is another book not to be read straight through. It has promise, and I want to take my time and use what I learn from it. I'd actually love to put together a support group of others working through this book also. A face to face group would be best, but this could also be done online, if anyone is interested. This is another book not to be read straight through. It has promise, and I want to take my time and use what I learn from it. I'd actually love to put together a support group of others working through this book also. A face to face group would be best, but this could also be done online, if anyone is interested.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Diana

    3.5*

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alice

    Very thoughtful series of exercises that are well-rationalised. It's also an interesting read from the perspective of early childhood education, or those working with parents and babies about what sorts of injuries we're trying to prevent. I've adapted many of the activities as preventative explorations very effectively. Very thoughtful series of exercises that are well-rationalised. It's also an interesting read from the perspective of early childhood education, or those working with parents and babies about what sorts of injuries we're trying to prevent. I've adapted many of the activities as preventative explorations very effectively.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Lim

    An excellent guide on getting in touch with, grieving and making peace with your inner child selves.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Shreya Mandal, Bibliotherapist & Poetry Therapist

    A great resource for those who integrate Inner Child Work with Hypnotherapy and EMDR Therapy. A good tool for whose who have struggled with parental narcissistic abuse. Excellent for parts work.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sinnergee

    Cathryn Taylor's work is a must for anyone suffering from PTSD. The exercises available in the Inner Child Workbook are effective, transforming, and necessary for healing emotional trauma. She has continued to evolve her inner child work over the years and it just keeps getting better. Nobody understands and teaches about the needs of the inner child quite like Cathryn. Cathryn Taylor's work is a must for anyone suffering from PTSD. The exercises available in the Inner Child Workbook are effective, transforming, and necessary for healing emotional trauma. She has continued to evolve her inner child work over the years and it just keeps getting better. Nobody understands and teaches about the needs of the inner child quite like Cathryn.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Donna Brown

    Nice techniques to use in this book. Easy to read. Plenty of exercises.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    This was my lifesaver!!!

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