The Inner Child Workshop: Life Coaching Program Unveiled to Help

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Austin, Texas – (Newsfile Corp. – June 9, 2022) – The “Inner Child Workshop,” launched by stefanossifandos.com, helps clients connect with their inner child, empowering them to overcome the challenges they face. are faced with on a daily basis. daily life.

The “inner child” is the part of people’s psyches associated with childhood experiences. This can often harbor experiences and traumas that are rooted deep in our subconscious. These can then express themselves in their daily lives through anxiety, depression, codependency and eating disorders, for example.

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Sifandossifandos.com points out that everyone has an inner child who needs attention and nurturing; Sifandos himself, the founder of stafanossifandos.com, said, “We all need to understand and connect with our inner child. By doing this we can find out what our inner child is looking for and what we can do to reduce the anxiety or stress felt by this very influential part of our psyche.

The three-day workshop consists of 1:1 coaching and virtual breakout room experiences, during which participants can share their findings in an intimate setting. It can help them unravel deep-seated feelings and thoughts. This is achieved by providing specialized tools and modalities to create meaningful transformation and break unhealthy patterns of behavior.

“Any childhood experience can take root and manifest as a reaction to trauma, even though the experience may not have seemed overwhelmingly significant at the time. It could have simply been a comment from a teacher that made us feel like we weren’t good enough, and it then stayed with us via our inner child. It’s important to understand that how our nervous system reacts to the world and to relationships is also influenced by the child. Through the Inner Child Workshop, we aim to bring up those pent-up emotions and release them in a healthy and liberating way,” emphasize Hassler and Sifandos.

The pandemic has brought new challenges to mental health, as disturbing numbers of Americans have experienced issues with anxiety and depression. This trend has been observed worldwide, with a 25% increase in the prevalence of these two mental disorders worldwide. Connecting with one’s inner child can offer a potential path to a healthier, less restless mind, as it helps people to act more intentionally and uncover the root causes of our mental afflictions.

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For example, studies have shown that many people with eating disorders have a “wounded” inner child that negatively impacts their adult lives. Additionally, a number of people with issues of trust, intimacy, addiction, compulsions, and co-dependency have been found to have a neglected inner child.

Sifandossifandos.com has applied its experience in personal development and behavioral sciences to help special forces soldiers, Olympic gold medalists, and more. The program’s coaches have over fifteen years of life coaching and spiritual psychology between them, having written three books, hosted a variety of wellness retreats, and hosted a podcast. Stefanossifandos.com brings its wisdom in the field of personal development to help its array of clients improve their health and well-being through the “Inner Child Workshop”.

Contact information:
Name: Stefanos Sifandos
Email: [email protected]

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