IFS Institute and Black Therapists Rock (BTR) have created a partnership that is helping to spread the IFS model to under-represented communities, and more specifically, Black communities across the United States.
As the Russian-Ukrainian war continues, we are reaching out to let you know that the IFS Institute and the Foundation for Self Leadership, along with the rest of the IFS community, stand firmly with you, the people of Ukraine. We extend our support and love to the Ukrainians who face attacks, uncertainty, and the sudden loss of homes and loved ones. What we have been observing violates our core values of humanity, harmony, and love.
**Update 3/23/22. Thanks to all those who expressed an interest in these role! We're no longer accepting applications at this time.
We're excited to be expanding the IFS Institute team! We are looking to immediately add a Director of Talent Management and Director of Operations. We will also be adding a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Specialist in the near future.
As we sat down to write this note to the IFS community about our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) efforts, we recognized that while we have launched important projects and made progress, we also wanted to take a step back and create a statement of commitment. We wanted to be specific about our goals going forward, focus our efforts and be transparent and accountable to the community.
Below is the email sent to our community on August, 11th 2021. Signup here to receive our newsletter.
We hope you're enjoying a safe and healthy summer. It has been a busy 2021 at the Institute and I thought I would share some of the work we are doing to grow and expand our community in order to bring more high quality learning events and IFS Trainings to you;
On Thursday, October 14th we will open our virtual 2021 IFS Annual conference with a focus on Widening the IFS Lens Through Voices of Global Majority.
I’m writing to speak for my grieving parts about a terrible loss for myself and for the field of psychotherapy. Rich Simon, the editor or the Psychotherapy Networker, died last week. Some of you will know him as the wild showman who hosted the Networker’s annual conference and was the star of the opening musical extravaganza each year. You can get a sense of his professional contribution from these loving tributes: