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Ego State and Parts Association Therapy

Inner Harmony

4 x 2 Hour Session

About

Internal confusion gets in the way of progress and personal evolution

If you're looking for an alternative to traditional talk therapy, Ego State and Parts Association Therapy may be right for you. This model of therapy is based on the understanding that behaviour and mental health are shaped by a number of different parts or ego states within us. By accessing and working with these parts, it can help you achieve a greater sense of inner peace and self-awareness required to resolving emotional pain, trauma, addiction, anxiety or other internal states of conflict and confusion you may be struggling with. When we are unsure of ourselves, or have a conflicting belief or part of ourself, it can have us feeling stuck and unable to move forward. By creating internal resolve, it sets a new precedence in the internal function of the ego states within and thus aligning more with the spirit self or the higher self. These sessions use Hypnotherapy.


What is the recommended amount of sessions

 This is a 4-session starter package. In regards to parts integration therapy, it is recommended that additional sessions may be required as some parts may require ongoing development. It is difficult to provide a session limit as it depends on what the session direction reveals in itself.

The first 4 sessions are 2 Hours each. Follow up sessions thereafter are 1 hour and 15 minutes each. 

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How often are the sessions?

All sessions are 2 weeks apart to allow for processing.

What should I do after the session?

Parts integration are quite intense sessions. They can be quite tiring so down time is needed. Allow time to be still so that the information can drop in. Take the time of reflection for yourself.

How to prepare

Before these sessions, it is best to start limiting alcohol consumption up to 1 week prior to your Initial session and 1 week after each session. This is to ensure that the body can do what is required without additional influences.  

 

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