Inner Life, Outer Life
As children our environment and life events interact with our temperament to create our inner life which reflects our cognitive and emotional understanding of the world and our place in it. This inner life becomes the basis from which we interact with our outer life as we grow older – causing us to automatically behave in particular ways that can keep us from growing and living more effectively.
This group therapy focuses on understanding our inner responses and starting a journey of change - considering more productive ways of relating and living. As we work at becoming less locked into the patterns that arise from the wounds of our inner life and gradually shift our behaviour in our outer life, this can lead to growth, bring about a change of perspective and open up our lives.