What is Parks Inner Child Therapy?
Parks Inner Child Therapy (PICT) is an approach to therapy with specialisms for trauma and abuse that helps you to heal that part of you that feels childlike and still feeling the psychological wounds/traumas of the past. PICT is a powerful visualisation-based psychotherapy model that incorporates Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Transactional Analysis (TA) and Cognitive Therapy.
about working with you to heal those past hurts that somehow are running to today you. The problem with this is that; you do not thrive and live your highest potential, you often feel as thou you are stuck and can’t seem to move from your current position in life.
As a PICT Psychotherapist I will be working with your inner child who has limited information about past events that has lead to mis-taken beliefs about yourself, people and the world. Through the use visualisation I will help her/him to put the pieces of the missing puzzle back together again so that you can live the life that you were meant to live.
What type of Problems will PICT help to overcome?
- Low Self-Esteem
- Lack of Confidence
- Anger Management
- Anxiety & Panic attacks
- phobias and allergies
- Obsessive Compulsive behaviours (OCD)
- Grief and Loss
- Eating Disorders
- Child Sexual Abuse
- Domestic Abuse
- Relationship Problems
Benefits of PICT for You as a Client:-
- Minimal Dis-closer about the traumatic event/s, leaving you with your dignity in tack.
- Effective for a wide range of problems, so that you can address more than one issue.
- Evidenced-based measurement about your progress
- Uses techniques that are gentle and effective in bringing you lasting positive changes
- You have the option to cut down therapy time from what would be six months of therapy to five/six sessions in a week; with PICT QC
PICT Quick Change (QC)
PICT Quick Change therapy (QC) is defined by intensive four-hour therapy sessions. These sessions can be offered in a number of flexible formats according to the your needs and our mutually available time. Formats such as a five-day single course or any combination and variation of days until work is complete.
For further details about PICT please visit www.ppfoundation.org