What Is Parts Therapy?
Parts Therapy is based on the concept that our personality is composed of a number of various parts, which are aspects of the subconscious. In other words, we all wear different hats.
Our subconscious is protective, and through this mechanism, the subconscious sets up specific ‘parts’ to deal with trauma or special needs the individual may require. It is the nature of the mind to be subdivided into an indeterminate number of sub-personalities or ‘parts.’ The intention of each ‘part’ is positive or protective for the individual. There are no ‘bad’ parts and the goal of Parts Therapy is not to eliminate ‘parts,’ but instead to help find positive roles or behaviors also called jobs.
This advanced hypnotic technique often works with clients after other techniques have failed. The facilitator guides the client into a state of hypnosis and then talks to that part of the subconscious that wants to prevent the client from changing…and then talks to the part motivating the client to improve his/her life.
How many people experience inner conflicts that inhibit the successful attainment of important goals? hypnotherapists often use proven techniques to help their clients change undesired habits and/or to achieve desired personal and professional goals.
Increasing numbers of therapists around the world are discovering the benefits of parts therapy and its variations to help clients get past personal barriers. Parts therapy can often help resolve inner conflicts even after clients fail to respond to more traditional techniques. This approach draws out the client’s own ability to resolve inner conflicts.
Utilizing this technique, we can uncover the causes of the problem and unlock the subconscious and remove behaviors of a psychological nature, which have also been found to manifest physical unwanted behaviors outstanding success in curing phobias and deep-seated trauma,
I have since used Parts Therapy to help clients with a whole range of problems most commonly including:
However, inner conflicts can trigger a wide array of symptoms, so this list is by no means exhaustive. If you feel you may have such a conflict, then just call me and we can discuss this and other approaches that would suit you best.