Counselling with Jules

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Embrace, Heal, Thrive

“The cry we hear from deep in our hearts, comes from the wounded child within. Healing this inner child’s pain is the key to transforming anger, sadness and fear.”

Thich Nhat Hanh

Do you feel like you’re still carrying the emotional burden of your childhood?


Do you often feel:

Unloved, Unworthy, Insecure, Overwhelmed, Anxious, Angry, Stressed, Depressed?

If so, you’re not alone. Many people struggle with the emotional wounds of their childhood.

But, you don’t have to.

You too can experience the transformative power of Inner Child Therapy –  a compassionate journey of healing and self-discovery.

It’s always possible to reclaim a joyful childhood, no matter how old we are.


As time passes, we sometimes lose connection with the carefree spirit of our youth. Engulfed in the demands of grown-up life, we often forget the thrill of spontaneity, the spark of creativity, and the sheer delight of living in the moment.

Your inner child embodies innocence, playfulness, and creativity. It holds the key to embracing life’s wonders and relishing in the pure joy of existence. By rekindling your relationship with this aspect of yourself, you can rediscover a sense of wonder, happiness, and liberation.

The Benefits of Inner Child Healing: A Path to Self-Love and Freedom


When we heal our inner child, we can:

  • Increase our self-esteem
  • Reduce anxiety and depression
  • Overcome fear of abandonment and rejection
  • Learn to trust others
  • Set healthy boundaries
  • Express our emotions in a healthy way
  • Stop self-sabotaging
  • Overcome addiction

Healing is an ongoing process, rather than a final destination. It takes time, patience, and effort. But it’s so worth it.

As we grow up, we all have experiences that shape who we are. Some of these experiences are positive, while others are negative. The negative experiences can leave us feeling unloved, uncared for, and unworthy.

We may have come to believe that we are not good enough, that we are not worthy of love, and that we are not capable of taking care of ourselves.

Become the Loving Parent You Always Needed and Transform Your Inner World


The good news is that it is never too late to heal your inner child. You can become the parent you always needed by learning to love and accept yourself for who you are. You can learn to forgive yourself for your mistakes and to give yourself the compassion and understanding that you needed and never received.

When you become the parent you always needed, you can learn to trust yourself, to set healthy boundaries, and to express your emotions in a healthy way. You can learn to love yourself unconditionally and reconnect with your authentic self.

Inner child therapy focuses on healing the wounded or neglected inner child within. The theory behind this therapy is that everyone has an inner child, which represents the childlike part of our psyche that holds our emotions, memories, and experiences from childhood.

It’s a form of reparenting, which involves re-parenting the inner child and providing the care and support that was lacking during childhood. It is based on the idea that we can heal our inner child by giving them the love, attention, and support they never received from their caregivers.


I can help you heal your inner child and create a more loving, meaningful, and joyful life for yourself.


As a therapist, I specialize in helping people heal their inner child. I understand the pain and trauma that can be caused by childhood experiences, and I’m here to help you process those experiences and move on.


Together, we can:

  • Identify the wounds of your childhood
  • Process your trauma in a safe and supportive space
  • Learn to love and accept yourself
  • Develop a healthy sense of self-worth
  • Set healthy boundaries
  • Reconnect you with your authentic self
  • Develop and work with your inner resources

I believe everyone deserves the opportunity to heal their inner child.


If you’re ready to start healing, please reach out to me today.

I would be honoured to help you on your path to recovery.