Introductory Webinar: Transforming Your Inner Critic using IFS

Transforming Your  Inner CriticTransforming Your Inner Critic using IFS an introductory webinar on September 11, 2017.

Are you struggling with low self-esteem, depression, perfectionism, self-doubt, or inner conflict? These issues often stem from the Inner Critic, which is the part of you that judges you and makes you feel bad about yourself. You hear a voice inside that constantly berates you, doubts you, and undermines your confidence in yourself.

I have developed a comprehensive understanding of the different forms that Inner Critic parts take and how to transform them using IFS (Internal Family Systems Therapy). IFS is very effective in working with Inner Critic parts when you use my Inner Critic version of the IFS model.

During this webinar you can:

  • Learn about the different forms Inner Critic parts can take
  • Understand what it takes to transform your Critic using IFS
  • Have an experience of working with your Inner Critic
  • Experience what it is like to participate in a videoconference class
  • Get a preview of the upcoming Inner Critic class
  • Meet Jay and ask any questions you have

Monday, Sept. 11
4:30-6:30 pm pacific time (7:30-9:30 eastern)
Free
Click here for more information or to register.

Feel free to register even if you can’t make that time. You will receive a recording afterwards.

Click here  for information on my upcoming Inner Critic Course

A Story of a Perfectionist Pattern

Jay Earley, Ph.D. and Bonnie Weiss, LCSW

Stories have always been an excellent learning tool. Oftentimes it is easier to get glimpses of yourself in another person’s story. Here’s a story of a perfectionist pattern.

Jeremy was always smart as a whip. As soon as you spent some time with him, it was clear. And if you hung around a little longer, you’d see that he was creative, artistic, and easily thought out of the box. Sounds like a ticket to success, right? Not quite.

Jeremy’s Midwestern family did not support his capacities. He wasn’t a toiler but was inclined to hop to the end of a project because he didn’t want to finish what wasn’t a challenge. His father was always strict and critical, and very often deeply disappointed in Jeremy, as he was with his own life. They clashed over and over.

Jeremy moved away from home and began to get some better opportunities for success, based on his apparent talents. He wanted to please his bosses in Silicon Valley and prove how skilled he really was. He would take on a project and overpromise his deadline, when deep inside he knew it was an impossible task. He usually almost finished the job on time. [Read more…]