Workshops

Introduction to IFS with Presence Practice: A Virtual Workshop

Location

Virtual Workshop

Schedule

May 15. 12:30-2:30

May 16:  12:50-4:00

May 22:  12:30-2:30

May 23: 12:50-4:00

June 5: 12:30-2:30

June 6: 12:50-4:00

Learn and practice the theory and process of IFS.  Through presentation, video demonstration, guided visualization, discussion, and meditation, become familiar with parts, Self, and the flow of the IFS model.  Buddhist mindfulness practice will be integrated into the workshop to deepen the experience of Self.  Participants will have the opportunity to learn and practice steps of the IFS model in small “break-out rooms” led by supportive, experienced IFS therapists.

CEUs:  13 CEUS approved by NJ NASW

Cost:  $465.00

Registration Link:  https://michellelepaklcsw.com/intro-to-ifs...

Trauma & The Internal Family Systems Model: Releasing Personal & Legacy Burdens

Location

Hosted by Therapy Training Boston 

Live Online Event via Zoom - Please See Registration

Schedule

Monday, July 27th, 2020
9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Tuesday, July 28th, 2020
9:00 am - 4:45 pm 

Presented by Richard C. Schwartz, PhD. This presentation will provide a brief review of the basics of the IFS model by Richard Schwartz, PhD, who developed the model, then will focus in detail on its use with attachment and trauma. IFS is a non-pathologizing, hopeful framework within which to practice psychotherapy now certified as an evidence-based practice by SAMHSA. IFS offers both a conceptual umbrella under which a variety of practices and different approaches can be grounded and guided, and a set of original techniques for creating safety and fostering Self-to-Self connection in individuals, couples and families. ​

Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health

Location

Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health
PO Box 309
57 Interlaken Road
Stockbridge, MA 01262

 

Internal Family Systems Therapy - Embodying the Healing Wisdom

Presenters: Richard C. Schwartz & Sarah B. Stewart

For mental-health professionals, therapists experienced with IFS, psychologists, and social workers of all levels, and those new to the model.

The world’s religions teach that there is an untarnished essence within us, a Self from which wisdom, healing, and spiritual energy flow. We rarely experience this Self because it is obscured by self-protective psychological mechanisms, or lost in the fear, pain, and shame of past trauma.

The Internal Family Systems (IFS) model...