In the Advanced Ongoing IFS Classes, you learn intermediate and advanced techniques and understandings that go beyond what I teach in the Basic and Exiles Courses.
I lead demonstration IFS sessions with volunteers from the class, and you practice with each other in pairs for homework. In addition, the whole group works together on important psychological issues such as procrastination, the inner critic, depression, eating issues, and more. There are separate classes for therapists and coaches, which include advanced training and consultation on IFS.
There are 3 classes, including a new one for therapists and coaches.
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In this introduction, I will describe what happens in these classes, what we cover, and answer your questions.
I am so grateful for this offering from Jay and the opportunity to deepen and expand my understanding of IFS (which I adore). Jay has structured the class so thoughtfully, resulting in a wonderfully safe and respectful container for learning and processing. In addition, he presents a deliciously comprehensive curriculum, and best of all, invaluable demonstrations each session. This is pure gold. On top of all of this, Jay has assembled a fantastic group of practitioners as participants, whom–thanks to Jay’s video-conferencing wizardry–I can see and interact with in a way that feels intimate and dynamic. ~Carolyn Hinman, JD, CCHT
Introduction to Advanced IFS Classes
Jay Earley, PhD
Tuesday, January 10
11-12 pacific time (2-3 pm eastern, 7-9 pm UK)
A free seminar by videoconference
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Register even if you can’t attend. You will receive a replay afterward.