Mon, May 03|
Ratcliff Counseling (HALO Project)
For Therapists: Learning and Implementing Internal Family Systems Therapy - May 2021
Integration of Multiplicity, Systems Thinking, Interpersonal Neurobiology and Attachment Theory
Time & Location
May 03, 2021, 9:00 AM – May 07, 2021, 5:00 PM
Ratcliff Counseling (HALO Project), 401 East Memorial Road, Oklahoma City, OK, USA
About the Event
About Subpersonalities, Systems, and Self
Subpersonalities, Systems and Self 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.
This training will be conducted through lecture, videos, experiential activities, and hands-on learning.
• Lectures will include information needed for successful implementation of the model
• Videos of experiential activities and demonstrations
• Activities will include detecting parts, contracting, and inner-relationship work
• Experiential groups will allow you to practice the model under guidance from the team
• Schwartz, R. C. (1997). Internal family systems therapy. Guilford Press.
• Anderson, F. G., Sweezy, M., & Schwartz, R. D. (2017). Internal family systems skills training manual: Trauma-Informed treatment for anxiety, depression, PTSD & substance abuse. PESI Publishing & Media.
The total cost is $850. After you register you will be sent an invoice.
• Lunch and Snacks (morning and afternoon) each day of the training
• 5 consultation/collaboration sessions after the training to support you as you implement IFS in your practice
• Up to 40 CEUs
• Training Manual including information, reference material, and activities to implement in your practice
• This training is highly experiential and may elicit strong emotions while practicing and learning the model. However, because these are in the context of training, it should not be considered psychotherapy.
• This training is not the official IFS therapy training offered through the Center for Self-Leadership. If you desire IFS Certification, go to www.selfleadership.org
• By registering and attending, you attest to afford trust and confidentiality all participants throughout the training.