Category: INNER CHILD THERAPY

Remember To Thank Your Inner Critic

There are a range of books that tell us how to deal with our family of inner critics. Most centre on mantras and progressively aggressive language to deal with them. While this can be useful, we have to remember that by isolating the critic and pushing it away, we are maybe losing an ideal opportunity to work…

Self Esteem In Perspective

Self-esteem is in essence a measurement and runs on a continuum.  We rate ourselves against a variety of criteria to come up with a value of our worth. The big problem is that we often rate ourselves against impossible criteria and judge ourselves too harshly and produce an inaccurate picture. The end result is a…

Inner Child Therapy

I have always held a keen interest in Inner Child Therapy and incorporate it into my work with clients as much as possible. I truly believe that it can touch the root of client’s issues in a way that other methods find difficult. Just recently, I have experienced with clients, some fantastic experiences. I thought…

Journaling Can Help With Change

In my earlier posts, I have looked in great detail at our thinking traps, how they affect our lives and where they may have come from. I hope it has helped some of you to recognise yourself in them. It is easy to write about what goes wrong, more difficult to put plans into operation to…

Our Quest For Happily Ever After : Free for 5 Days

This is a book I am very proud of and I am very happy to share it with you. It is a culmination of years of experience working with couples and teaches that we forget that the simple, fundamental things matter in a relationship. Happy Reading! ” I hope by reading this book, you might…

Dr Jenner Online Therapy: Now With Live Chat !

  Dr Jenner Online Therapy now has installed live chat on www.drnjenner.com       Why use live chat? Here’s why : 1. To ask a question regarding online therapy packages. 2. To request a free consultation without obligation 3. To ask any questions related to mental health AND…. 4. ….. BEST OF ALL….A FREE…

Read Again : Reparenting Your Inner Child

Try this: Before leaving home one morning, you made an extra effort to get your living room cleaned, but when you return in the evening, you find it in a mess. What would your response be? Anger, frustration, take it in your stride, cry? Dr. Nicholas Jenner is a counselling psychologist in private practice working with…

Inner Child Therapy: Countering the Inner Critical Voice

When I practice Inner Child Therapy with clients, we invariably meet the Inner Critic at some stage. This can often be identified because of the “should” statements that are associated with its advice. When I look at my client base, I notice that I have a range of different personalities, issues and outlooks on life…

Recovery from Codependency: The 10 Step Framework

Recovering from codependency can be tough. All that sacrificing and giving is hard to cope with when there is no place to put it. Following my 10 Step Framework will put you on the path to recovery. Learn to become aware of where your codependency came from and then what to do about it.