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Internal Family Systems Step By Step - Session 1

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Objectives

  1. Demonstrate the importance of the Three-Group Model of Common Parts in the clinical applications of IFS.
  2. Distinguish the differences between parts and Self and how it relates to clients.
  3. Analyze the step-by-step process of unblending the Self from parts.
  4. Demonstrate IFS’s unique approach to managing flooding and dissociation.
  5. Demonstrate the process a therapist must take when a client begins to dissociate during IFS work.
  6. Debate which parts take priority in the IFS process.

Copyright : 11/02/2016

Internal Family Systems Step By Step Session 2

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Copyright : 11/02/2016

Internal Family Systems Step By Step Session 3

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Copyright : 11/02/2016

Dick Schwartz Answers Your Questions about IFS

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Objectives

  1. Evaluate the Internal Family Systems model, the clinical demonstrations, and how IFS can help you in your practice.

Outline

Copyright : 21/09/2016

The Myth of Unitary Self: A Dialogue on the Multiplicity of Mind with Daniel Siegel, MD and Richard Schwartz, Ph.D.

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  1. Assess how to help clients not over-identify with a single part of themselves, and empower them to move beyond the diagnostic labels they feel define them
  2. Evaluate the concept of mindsight and how an enhanced ability to perceive the workings of one’s own mind can lead to greater levels of personal integration
  3. Assess the distinction between the Self and one’s parts and how it can help clients develop a capacity for self-leadership and self-regulation
  4. Communicate the practical similarities and differences between two widely influential models of personality and change

Outline

Brief overview of interpersonal neurobiology

Internal Family System (IFS) view of multiplicity

Discussion between presenters Daniel Siegel and Richard Schwartz on how to bring the concept of multiplicity into therapy

Exercise to overcome emotional obstacles
Concluding discussion between speakers

Audience question and answer session with speakers

Copyright : 28/03/2015

The Inner Game of Psychotherapy

Objectives
  1. List 3 protocols of IFS therapy and how to apply them when working with clients who have complex developmental trauma.

Outline

Family therapist, Richard Schwartz introduces the concept of Internal Family System (IFS)- a clear, systematic methodology for helping clients heal themselves.
A basic premise of IFS is that the “Inner Self” is not a single, monolithic persona, but in fact, a complex Internal Family System (IFS) of different parts-or sub-personalities-each with its own sometimes antagonistic memories, viewpoints, desires, and agendas.
Understanding IFS Parts

Three most common roles played by internal parts

Understand the Self in IFS

Basic Goals of IFS:

Introduction of case study: a clinical video demo using IFS with a client who has a history of complex developmental trauma
Video illustrates the key steps in the IFS model:

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Objectives

  1. Use 3 protocols of IFS therapy and how to apply them when working with clients who have complex developmental trauma.

Copyright : 27/05/2015