2011 Internal Family Systems Conference - Plenary 2
Bringing Peace to Inner and Outer Worlds
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Managing and Connecting Inner and Outer Conflict: Integration of IFS and Conflict Resolution Theory and Practice Leonard L. Riskin, JD This presentation will explore, through a brief case study, the potential benefits and challenges of integrating IFS and conflict resolution practices, primarily in the context of negotiation, with an eye toward the practices of lawyers and other conflict resolution professionals.
Mediation, Multiple Minds,and the Negotiation Within David Hoffman, JD Mediators, like most people, encounter ambivalence all the time. We encounter it in ourselves and, of course, we see it in the people who come to us with their conflicts. It is a rare dispute in which the parties do not pursue settlement while simultaneously resisting it. David Hoffman will talk about the applicability of IFS concepts in mediation—in particular, as a means of helping people in conflict understand their own ambivalence about settlement and resolution, and also as a technique that enables mediators to access their Self energy and maintain their curiosity, compassion, and courage on the fire of conflict. Introducing IFS to an Urban School System Gail Tomala, MA, MSMFT, PhD What began as a focused effort to introduce IFS to physically aggressive middle-school boys in an urban preK-8 school in Hartford, Connecticut, has evolved into a long-term plan to introduce the IFS Model to the entire school community. Plans involve teaching IFS strategies to students and their families, ongoing IFS training for teachers, and the introduction of IFS activities in select classrooms where MFTs will work side by side with teachers. Examples of IFS parts work and expressions of Self-leadership from students and teachers will be shared.
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