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The Efficacy of an Intervention on Healing the Inner Child on Emotional Intelligence, and Adjustment among the College Students


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1 Department of Psychology, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
 

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People are conditioned to suppress their hurt child within oneself in order to avoid the pain and by repeating such things continuously, the free child may also be suppressed and subsequently people do not feel the joy either. The intervention on Healing the Inner Child (HIC) in oneself targets the experience of the joy and happiness by realizing the limitless potential of Healing the Inner Child is becoming popular among the therapist. The present study was aimed at exploring the extent to which the efficacy of the Intervention on Healing the Inner Child (HIC) by incorporating the four steps techniques developed by Bradshaw (1992). A repeated testing (pre-post) design was used to collect data on two psychological aspects Emotional Intelligence and Adjustments levels from 68 college students who had attended a three week training intervention programme on Healing the Inner Child (HIC) at two interval periods before and after the training period. The results revealed that the Intervention did have a positive effect and enhance the various dimensions of Emotional Intelligence and Adjustment levels.
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S. Subramanian
Department of Psychology, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
I. Dewaram Francis Raj
Department of Psychology, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract


People are conditioned to suppress their hurt child within oneself in order to avoid the pain and by repeating such things continuously, the free child may also be suppressed and subsequently people do not feel the joy either. The intervention on Healing the Inner Child (HIC) in oneself targets the experience of the joy and happiness by realizing the limitless potential of Healing the Inner Child is becoming popular among the therapist. The present study was aimed at exploring the extent to which the efficacy of the Intervention on Healing the Inner Child (HIC) by incorporating the four steps techniques developed by Bradshaw (1992). A repeated testing (pre-post) design was used to collect data on two psychological aspects Emotional Intelligence and Adjustments levels from 68 college students who had attended a three week training intervention programme on Healing the Inner Child (HIC) at two interval periods before and after the training period. The results revealed that the Intervention did have a positive effect and enhance the various dimensions of Emotional Intelligence and Adjustment levels.