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Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS)

Program Information

Objectives

  1. Integrate the IFS model into your clinical practice and accelerate treatment for PTSD, anxiety, depression, substance abuse and eating disorders.
  2. Develop a deep understanding of how neuroscience informs therapeutic decisions in IFS therapy.
  3. Determine the protective parts of clients with trauma histories to help with assessment and treatment planning.
  4. Propose an alternate view of symptoms and psychopathology, showing how client’s parts are actually trying to protect them from emotional pain and psychological pain.
  5. Demonstrate how IFS translates common comorbidities into parts language, showing a non-pathological perspective of mental health disorders.
  6. Integrate IFS with your current treatment approaches including EMDR, DBT, and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy.

Outline

Internal Family Systems (IFS)

The IFS Technique

Step 1: Identifying the Diagnoses & Symptoms Step 2: Gain Access to Internal Strengths & Resources for Healing Step 3: Permanent Treatment of the Traumatic Wound Integrate IFS into your Treatment Approach

Copyright : 06/26/2020

Healing Cultural Trauma with Internal Family Systems

Program Information

Objectives

  1. Structure and prioritize interventions as client parts present in session.
  2. Assess and address the safety implications of material presented by individuals exposed to violent experiences.
  3. Utilize the reaction of therapist parts reactions to inform treatment interventions.
  4. Determine the impact of the four primary forms of collective legacy burdens as they relate to symptom presentation.
  5. Reduce the influence of cultural assumptions that disrupt therapeutic alliances.
  6. Apply treatment interventions that match client learning styles and relationship engagement.
  7. Discuss collective legacy burdens in order to foster understanding and commitment to learning.
  8. Assess culture and IFS parts to deepen the understanding of how they interact.
  9. Evaluate how bringing mores self energy into our parts can help us connect and have compassion across various cultures.
  10. Explore the ways in which Intersectionality affects therapy in order to better improve treatment outcomes for clients with diverse backgrounds.
  11. Analyzes the role of legacy burdens as key factors in healing cultural trauma.
  12. Investigates and elaborates on the 4 main legacy burdens of America: individualism, racism, patriarchy, and materialism.
  13. Proposes resources to support self-awareness, cultural identity and to promote connection and compassion with those who have different experiences from our own.
  14. Appraises the role of legacy burdens and demonstrates how to unburden a legacy burden via case study.
  15. Evaluate how the legacy burden of individualism influences culture and shows up in therapy and appraise how curiosity and self-compassion lead to connectedness with others.
  16. Analyze how Self to Self Relationships effect Collective Legacy Burdens.
  17. Explore the ways polarizations and ethnocentric stages play a part in the IFS model of therapy.
  18. Evaluate Internal vs External power in relation to legacy burdens.

Outline

Part 1
Deran Young Teaching - What is culture? What are the 4 main Legacy Burdens of America?‚Äč

Part 1 with Deran Young Part 1 with Richard Schwartz Part 2
Deran Young Teaching - How does Materialism and Individualism impact personal and collective wellbeing?
Part 2 with Richard Schwartz Part 2 with Deran Young Part 3
Deran Young Teaching - Parts impacted by Racism and Patriarchy Part 3 with Deran Young Part 3 with Richard Schwartz Part 4
Deran Young Teaching - Understanding collective legacy burdens using the Intercultural Developmental Continuum (IDC) Part 4 with Richard Schwartz Part 4 with Deran Young

Copyright : 12/02/2020

Part 1 with Dr. Schwartz & Dan

Copyright : 04/05/2021

Part 2 with Dick Schwartz & Dan

Copyright : 04/05/2021