Inner Child Healing & Integration

Inner Child Every adult has an “Inner Child” within. Parts of us that were wounded in childhood, fragmented pieces of Self. Inner Children are formed when a child perceives that he or she is not nourished, loved or nurtured in the formative childhood years. The fragmentation of a child’s self happens because of various forms of abuse – sexual, physical and emotional. The feeling of victimhood, the child had perceived, is usually carried forward into adulthood, and if no resolution or healing happens of these inflictions, then it creates huge dysfunctions in the belief system of the adult.

Unhealed Inner Children create deep anger, resentment, grief, passive aggression and a tendency to self-sabotage, as an adult. These inflictions result in feelings of abandonment and neglect, which then develops into feelings of loneliness and unworthiness, lack of self-belief and an underlying insecurity of being abandoned again as an adult. On the flip side, the adult may not know how to accept love or affection or how to love and show affection back, which results in low self-worth, sadness and more dysfunctional relationships.

Through Inner Child Therapy, a safe space is created for the “hidden” Inner Child to surface, identify the source of the trauma from the sub-conscious mind, and heal it with love and inner wisdom. The adult (the client) becomes the “parent” to the wounded Inner Child and with a lot of love and acceptance helps the child to release the soul crushing burden. And the healed Inner Child is then integrated within the adult, enabling a journey from fragmentation to completeness.

Sabari Chakraborty has studied with internationally known pioneer in Inner Child Therapy, Trisha Caetano, and Sabari has very successfully done and doing a lot of Inner Child Integration work with hundreds of people, enabling them to operate as functional, well-adjusted human beings.

Below are some problems associated with unhealed Inner Child:

  1. Weight Problems.
  2. Addictions.
  3. Low Self-esteem.
  4. Destructive Anger.
  5. Pattern of Dysfunctional Relationships, especially with parents and partners.
  6. Fear of the Future.
  7. Self-Sabotage.
  8. Passive Aggression.
  9. Fear of loss and abandonment.