Ego State Therapy : Future Focus Counselling & Consulting

How it Works

  • Identifying Ego States: The therapy starts with identifying different ego states within you. These states could be in the form of roles you play (like a parent, worker, or child) or parts of your personality that have developed in response to life experiences.
  • Understanding Interactions Between States: The therapist helps you explore how these different parts interact with each other and how they impact your feelings, thoughts, and behavior.
  • Resolving Conflicts: Often, problems arise when there is conflict between these ego states or when one state dominates excessively. The therapy works to resolve these conflicts, helping each part to work harmoniously with the others.
  • Healing and Integration: Ego State Therapy aims to heal any dysfunctional or wounded ego states and integrate them into the larger personality system. This can involve revisiting past traumas or experiences that have shaped these states.

What It's Good For

This therapy is particularly helpful for addressing complex issues like trauma, anxiety, depression, and personality disorders. It's also beneficial for people who feel internal conflict or have parts of themselves that seem at odds with each other.

In summary, Ego State Therapy offers a unique way to understand the different parts of your personality and how they influence your life. It’s about bringing harmony to these parts, creating a more balanced and integrated sense of self. This approach can be particularly empowering, as it helps you to understand and embrace the complexity of who you are.

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I am licensed to practice in Washington State and the following Canadian Provinces: Yukon, British Columbia, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Newfoundland.