- n. psychology The childlike aspect of a person's psyche — typically, the personality and the memories of one's childhood — especially in context of coexisting with, and being suppressed by, an adultlike aspect of the person.
- n. A metaphorical child who is the personification of this part of a person.
“The school offers additional training in hypnoanesthesiology, emergency medical therapy, inner child therapy, and past life regression.”
“And Clinical Hypnotherapist certification requires additional coursework in subjects such as quantum hypnosis and psychoenergetics, group facilitation, indepth inner child work, abortion, and using hypnosis to fight disease.”
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