IFS News

Good Grief Performances in Boston

The Foundation for Self Leadership has proudly sponsored the presentation of Good Grief at the 2019 IFS Conference and, given enthusiastic reviews, is again pleased to sponsor this production in Boston. Presenting the show at these venues is made possible through funding from the New England Foundation for the Arts with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, along with generous special support from individual donors.
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Why we're changing our name

For many years as The Center for Self Leadership as we’ve grown together as a community of trainers and students – learning, teaching and living the IFS experience.

IFS has become more than just an evidence-based model of therapy. IFS is a movement. One that can help people heal and help the world become a more compassionate place.

We want to bring IFS to as many people as possible, to helping professionals and beyond. We want to make our programs as inclusive and accessible as they are informative and inspiring.We want to make it clear we are IFS. IFS Institute.

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Dr. Richard Schwartz Named Meadows Behavioral Healthcare Senior Fellow

We’re excited to share that IFS founder Richard Schwartz, Ph.D., has joined Meadows Behavioral Healthcare as a Senior Fellow for its continuum of inpatient treatment programs and outpatient services. In this role, Dr. Schwartz will be instrumental in supporting the program’s leading-edge approach to neurobehavioral health treatment, which is integrated with trauma services. He will also share his knowledge, experience, and expertise with patients and staff.