Can Post-Induction Therapy Help?
The PIT model to healing was developed by Pia Mellody. This powerful therapeutic work helps clients work through childhood wounds, in a way that avoids becoming overly complex. Clients learn to support themselves in the here and now, rather than get immobilized by past trauma and as a result you will learn:
- Finding and maintaining stable relationships
- Overcoming addiction related trauma
- Becoming more comfortable dealing with personal emotions
- Contending with issues of codependency
- Avoiding intimacy with others.
- Problems with self-esteem and self-wort
Intimacy: Some people struggle with becoming too dependent on others. On the other hand, others struggle with chronically avoiding building genuine connections. Post-Induction Therapy helps people understand how these struggles came to be. You will identify and heal old wounds, in a way that helps you notice your own breaking of boundaries and crossing of your own values system. This helps to enhance both friendships and romantic relationships and can be effective for the most intense of these situations, including love addiction and love avoidance.
Self-esteem: The most important aspect of developing strong relationships with others is developing a strong relationship with yourself. Identifying areas where lacking self-respect impacts the self, as well as those around you, goes a long way in reaching intimacy goals.
Addiction : Many addictions have trauma at the very core of their energy. Post-Induction Therapy can help people deal with the trauma that is based in childhood relationship traumas. This can include abuse/neglect with parents, as well as abuse from peers. By helping clients to better understand these wounds, and work through them, clients are less likely to fall out of their recovery.