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Compassionate Reparenting: Healing the Inner Child

A virtual course by Dr. Deniz


Our early attachment experiences with our caregivers become internalized as children, and these younger parts stay with us over time and impact how we respond in the present. To the extent that our developmental needs as children were not met through abuse, neglect, invalidation, shame, dysfunction, judgement or criticism, is the extent to which we now repeat these patterns.

We can become stuck repeating childhood coping mechanisms that once kept us safe but have become maladaptive over time. Inner child work takes us back to the source of old wounds so we can ‘reparent’ ourselves with compassion, meet unmet needs, heal, and develop new skills to live more fully and authentically.

Why Inner Child Work?

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Discover how you've learned and internalized messages of self-criticism, self-abandonment, and unworthiness and identify inner child wounds.

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Rewire old beliefs, emotions, and patterns of behavior by relating to your inner child with the love, care, and attention you may not have received as a child.

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Develop skills to self-soothe, self-regulate, and take actionable steps towards goals and values that support your authenticity. 

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"With practice, we can see that our wounded child is not only us. Our wounded child may represent several generations. Our mother may have suffered throughout her life. Our father may have suffered. Perhaps our parents weren’t able to look after the wounded child in themselves. So when we’re embracing the wounded child in us, we’re embracing all the wounded children of our past generations. This practice is not a practice for ourselves alone, but for numberless generations of ancestors and descendants."

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