Inner Child, Inner Parent, Inner Adult

By | 2017-10-17T17:16:13+00:00 December 2nd, 2016|Advice, Positive Self Talk|4 Comments

About the Author:

More than 20 years ago, upon completion of high school, destiny brought Tatiana to the US. The search for answers continued. She received a Bachelor’s Degree with a major in Psychology in 1995 from Oglethorpe University, Atlanta, GA. This paved a way for earning her Master of Science degree in Counseling from Georgia State University in 1997, in Atlanta, GA. In addition to the formal academic education, Tatiana became a Clinical Hypnotherapist in 1995 certified by the Wellness Institute in Heart Centered Hypnotherapy. In 2007, she earned a certification as a Clinical Hypnotherapist by National Guild of Hypnotists.


  1. Vicki December 5, 2016 at 12:37 pm - Reply

    Love the article!!! What a great reminder for us all!

  2. Rickie Allen December 5, 2016 at 9:22 am - Reply

    Thank you! This is a great reminder to reflect on our inner parent. As a parent, I feel its important to notice our words and reactions to our children when helping them succeed and accomplish tasks in school and sports.

  3. Saundra Benton December 2, 2016 at 3:09 pm - Reply

    Is it normal for your inner voice to shift based on the situation you’re in?

    • Tatiana December 2, 2016 at 11:56 pm - Reply

      Yes, it is definitely possible. Internal or external stressors can get us to shift from one part to another. Also, sometimes we assume specific role with specific person. For example, in marriage one spouse can behave more like a child, while another assumes the role of a parent. The healthiest way to act is from one inner adult to another.

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