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The Inner Child Workbook

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This book is designed as a gentle, step-by-step guide for re-parenting the inner child during the first seven stages of life: as an infant, a toddler, a young child, a grade school child, a young teen, a young adolescent, and a young adult. Using a wide range of tools to do this inner work, the reader is led to explore the issues of grief, shame, and loss at each of the se ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published July 1st 1991 by Tarcher
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Sinnergee
Cathryn Taylor's work is a must for anyone suffering from PTSD. The exercises available in the Inner Child Workbook are effective, transforming, and necessary for healing emotional trauma. She has continued to evolve her inner child work over the years and it just keeps getting better. Nobody understands and teaches about the needs of the inner child quite like Cathryn.
Wendy Reiersen
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This is another book not to be read straight through. It has promise, and I want to take my time and use what I learn from it. I'd actually love to put together a support group of others working through this book also. A face to face group would be best, but this could also be done online, if anyone is interested.
Jessica
I haven't actually finished this book, but I have got what I needed from it so far. When I feel I'm ready to move onto the next part, I'll pick it up again. Not a book to rush through, that's for sure.
Leah Mariposa
If you seek to understand the true meaning of love, and to realize the self in all its forms, then get this book and use it.
Samantha Schroeder
This was my lifesaver!!!
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