What is Ego-state therapy?

What is Ego-state therapy?Ego-state therapy is a form of psychotherapy that is based on the idea that individuals have different parts or “states” of the self, which are responsible for different thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. These parts, also known as ego-states, may have been created as a result of past experiences or traumas.
The goal of ego-state therapy is to help individuals identify and work with these different parts of themselves to achieve greater self-awareness, healing, and personal growth. The therapist helps the individual to explore their different ego-states and learn how to communicate with and manage them effectively.
This therapy approach is often used to treat individuals who have experienced trauma, abuse, or other forms of emotional distress. By working with the different parts of the self, the therapist helps the individual to develop a greater sense of control over their emotions and behaviors, as well as a deeper understanding of themselves and their experiences.
Shervan K Shahhian

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