PIT (Post-Induction Therapy)
Is a process designed to treat the effects of childhood trauma and resulting issues of developmental immaturity. It looks at states of immaturity in one of the five areas: Self Esteem (how were they valued), Boundaries (how were they protected physically and emotionally), Reality (how they were validated in their sense of self), Self-Care and Interdependence (how they had their needs met or not), and Moderation (how limits were set and enforced in the family). Often we have damage in one if not all of these areas growing up. So the process of therapy begins by cultivating a more functional self to intervene with these states or re-parent them. Strengthening and growing a functional adult self is essential for successful relationships and a satisfying life. Stopping the developmental immaturity issues stemming from childhood.