Calendar

Feb
10
Mon
Webinar: Introduction to IFS
Feb 10 @ 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm

The IFS View of the Human Psyche

IFS understands that the psyche is made up of sub-personalities, called parts, which make up a kind of inner system.  Parts often get into conflicts with each other and act in dysfunctional ways in an attempt to protect us from pain. All of this happens largely outside our awareness, and when we do see what is happening, we frequently try to banish the parts that are causing the difficulties. Yet this rarely works. IFS, on the other hand, 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.  This paves the way for healing and transformation, which can be accomplished by following the detailed IFS procedure.

 

This free introductory webinar will introduce IFS and give you a taste of working on yourself with this approach. You can ask me questions about the model and about the upcoming Basic IFS Class.

 

The seminar will be recorded, so once you are enrolled, you will receive an email afterwards with a link to the recording

 

Monday, Feb. 10
4:30-6:30 pacific time (7:30-9:30 pm eastern)
Free
Click here to enroll.

 

Feb
17
Mon
IFS Basic Course
Feb 17 @ 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm

The IFS View of the Human PsycheThis course teaches you how to access Self and work with protectors. It teaches you how to work on yourself using IFS and how to do peer IFS counseling with other people in the class. Therapists and coaches also take the class to learn about IFS, though it is not professional training in IFS.

 

The course is experiential; it includes practicing IFS sessions for homework in pairs, group exercises, and demonstration IFS sessions with volunteers from the class.

 

Mondays
Feb. 17 – March 23 (6 meetings)
4:30-6:30 pm pacific time (7:30-9:30 pm eastern)
Cost: $300, $250 if enrolled by Feb. 11
Click here to enroll