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Fran D. Booth, Jory Agate – 2-Day Experiential Course Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS): Core Competencies and Techniques to Change Your Practice
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- Fran D. Booth | Jory Agate
- 12 Hours 5 Minutes
- Audio and Video
- Sep 24, 2020
Revolutionize your clinical approach and help your clients heal with the Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy model.
Experience the dual benefits! IFS offers a deep, transformational healing to clients AND it allows clinicians the ability to connect with ANY client. Reduce therapist fatigue and discouragement.
IFS founder, Richard Schwartz, Ph.D., has develop a non-pathologizing treatment with transformational results. Clients access inner resources to assist in healing. Therapists help clients connect with all their parts, especially the parts that hold pain and challenging emotions. The key to healing is to free each part from the suffering, trauma, abuse, and attachment injuries they carry.
Here is the next step to change how you approach your clients.
Over two days of specialized online training, you will…
- Review the IFS treatment paradigm step-by-step
- Practice IFS strategies to solidify your learning
- Experience in-depth application of the model & learn solutions for clinical work with trauma, anxiety, depression, shame, relationships, problem behaviors, and more!
- Acquire skills that will make a difference in your practice
- Boost your confidence in understanding symptoms & ability to get to the “heart of the matter”
- Renew and restore hope for healing in you and for your clients
Purchase today and leave feeling confident to start incorporating IFS into your clinical practice!!
Don’t miss this career changing opportunity.
|Manual – 2-Day Experiential Course: Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) (28.9 MB)||52 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Internal Family Systems (IFS)
Comprehensive, compassionate, non-pathologizing paradigm
Evolution of the model by Richard C. Schwartz, Ph.D.
Integration with various therapeutic modalities
Shift perspective on “psychopathology”
Understand the inner world of clients, Self and parts
Facilitate access to inner wisdom and self-compassion
Heighten internal strengths for healing
Unburden and heal burdens
Empirically validated treatment (Study limitations: small sample size, no control group)
Risks: review clinical considerations
Step 1: Identify, Understand, Connect
Translate the presenting concern into part/parts
Map the system of parts
Identify protectors and exiles
Know where to begin
Step 2: Employ a Meditative Process, Mindfulness
Differentiate the person from the symptom
Access a state of compassion
Help clients to become curious
Connect with the target part
Facilitate internal attachment work
Step 3: Work with Protective Parts
- Learn the history and benevolent intention behind the symptom
Establish a trusting relationship with proactive and reactive parts
Understand the fears and address concerns of protective parts
Discover the real story behind the symptom
Resolve internal conflicts
Gain permission to healStep 4: Heal the WoundInner attachment work for wounds
Connect with the wounded part
Witness the pain rather than relive it
Allow compassion to flow
Retrieve the wounded part from past
Release feelings, thoughts, sensations, negative beliefs
Step 5: Integration
Invite additional inner resources
Integrate systemic reorganization
Synthesis and Application
Flow of the model
Goals of IFS therapy
How to start an IFS session
IFS and the Therapist
Recognize your therapist parts
Understand the interaction of therapist parts with client parts
Increase therapist self-compassion
Shifted therapist role
CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF IFS
Anxiety and Depression
- The IFS lens on anxiety & depression
Allow parts a voice without overwhelm
Mindfulness vs flooding
Strategies to help anxious and/or depressed partsTraumaTechniques to work with the extreme symptoms
Flashbacks and dissociation
Roadblocks to healing trauma
New strategies for suicidality and intense rage
Understand and heal the family lineage trauma
Identify the critic and/or part that shames
Recognize part that experiences shame
Implement different clinical approaches for these parts
Appreciate the protective system that develops around shame
Confidently address the shame system
Think systemically, multiple systems
Understand the parts cycle
Ability to unbend from reactive parts and do a U-turn
Problematic Behaviors Redefined
Listen to the part that other parts hate
Listen to the part that hates that problem behavior
Emotional eating & binge eating
Experiential Training INCLUDES
Lecture & practice
Fran D. Booth Related seminars and products: 1
Frances D. Booth, LICSW is a certified IFS therapist and trainer with over 40 years of direct clinical experience in a wide variety of settings. As a national and international IFS trainer, she collaborates with Dr. Richard Schwartz, founder of Internal Family Systems, to bring IFS and Self-leadership to diverse populations worldwide.
Fran’s clinical specialties are: trauma, anxiety, depression, cancer and medical concerns, eating disorders, and attachment disorders. She has successfully integrated IFS principles into her practice and she consults widely to clinicians on using IFS. She brings to this workshop a depth of experience for integrating IFS into practice. A dynamic, engaging speaker, Fran’s unique blend of theoretical understanding and clinical expertise will provide a solid IFS foundation.
Fran graduated from Cornell University and Simmons School for Social Work and has held faculty positions at Smith College School for Social Work, Tufts Medical School and William James College.
Jory Agate, LMHC, MDIV, MA Related seminars and products: 1
Jory Agate, LMHC, MDiv, MA, is both a certified IFS therapist and IFS assistant trainer.
Jory has been a student of IFS for over 10 years and has logged thousands of hours with a wide variety of patient populations. As an assistant trainer for the Center for Self Leadership (CSL), the IFS organization founded by IFS creator Richard Schwartz, PhD, Jory presents IFS workshops around the country and abroad. She maintains a long affiliation with CSL and their passion to educate mental health professionals worldwide.
She has successfully used IFS principles in a variety of cases and understands the real-world application of this effective treatment modality. As a speaker, Jory offers a unique blend of technical understanding of theory and clinical expertise, providing learners with comprehensive knowledge of the IFS approach.
Her private practice is located Cambridge, MA where she specializes in working with trauma, attachment, families, couples, sexuality and identity, and parenting. She received her counseling degree from Lesley University, Cambridge, MA. Previously, she had a 20-year career in Unitarian Universalist ministry.
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