February 26: Drop-In Interactive/IFS Group

This drop-in group is designed to give you an idea of how Interactive/IFS Groups operate, and also to give you a group experience that can be powerful learning in itself. In a Drop-In Interactive Group, you can be totally honest about your feelings.

The Origins of the IFS Self

In the early days of the development of IFS, Richard Schwartz was learning the model through feedback from his therapy clients. Even though IFS focuses on our parts, human beings are not simply a collection of parts.

IFS Basic Course: Starts February 17

This course will teach you how to use Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) to resolve psychological issues and heal underlying pain from the past, to enhance your self-confidence and well-being.

Webinar: Introduction to IFS

IFS teaches us to relate to our parts with openness, curiosity, and compassion, not judgment, which allows each part to reveal its hidden agenda and the pain it defends against.

Polarization in IFS

When two parts are polarized, it means they are opposed to each other. They are attempting to act in opposite ways, such as staying versus going or working versus relaxing. They form a polarity.

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