Wed, Jul 01|
For Therapists: Intro to IFS via Zoom
Want to begin learning about Internal Family Systems? Here is your chance to enhance your understanding of this healing therapy modality found at the intersection of attachment theory, multiplicity, and systems thinking.
Time & Location
Jul 01, 2020, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM CDT
About the Event
Internal Family Systems
Internal Family Systems therapy is an eclectic approach in guiding clients utilizing psychotherapy built upon the concepts of systems thinking, multiplicity, and attachment. This approach is a non-pathologizing intrapsychic therapy in which events (trauma, adverse experiences) have influenced parts (subpersonalities) of the system to become extreme protectors of the vulnerable, hurting, young parts of the system. This therapy attends to all parts of the system as having good intentions while healing relationships between these extreme and hurting parts with the Self of the person.
Brandt Ratcliff, LPC
Brandt is an LPC practicing in Oklahoma City. He earned his Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology at Mid-America Christian University and his Bachelor’s degree at the University of Central Oklahoma. He practices at the HALO Project specializing in Trauma and Self-Leadership. Brandt has extensively studied and experienced IFS therapy in addition to his work with foster and adopted children. Brandt is an IFS Therapist, a TBRI Mentor, and an EMDR Therapist practicing therapy for individuals, couples, and families. Brandt also consults with therapist utilizing IFS and routinely speaks at events promoting mental health for children and adults in schools and foster care organizations throughout Oklahoma.
July 1, 8, 15, 22, & 29, 2020