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Digital Seminar

Inside Out: IFS in the World Today


Duration:
25 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Copyright:
Feb 04, 2020
Product Code:
IOS035220
Media Type:
Digital Seminar


Credits



Objectives

  1. Explain polarization within the IFS model.
  2. Identify the values taught and the basic assumptions of IFS.
  3. Evaluate the nature of parts in relation to IFS.
  4. Highlight the credibility, visibility, accessibility, and applicability of IFS for clinical and lay person use.
  5. Develop a plan for using a decision tree for using direct access in the therapeutic relationship.
  6. Understand the difference between in-sight oriented therapy versus direct access recognizing the advantages and limitation of each modality.
  7. Identify the unique characteristics of this program.
  8. Learn the role of direct access in the therapeutic process and when this approach should be used.
  9. Learn the role of in-sight based therapy and when it should be used.
  10. Apply deconstruction techniques to extreme parts and facilitate alternative roles for them.
  11. Reduce rigidity in resistant protectors.
  12. Use direct access to reduce the negativity of critical and judgmental parts.
  13. Apply guided meditation interventions to investigate polarities.
  14. Assess the relationship between polarized protectors and determine target parts for intervention.
  15. Structure and sequence IFS interventions to effectively address the polarity of parts and reduce related anxiety.
  16. Explain the therapeutic relationship within the IFS model.
  17. Identify the values taught and the basic assumptions of IFS.
  18. Evaluate the nature of parts in relation to IFS.
  19. Highlight the credibility, visibility, accessibility, and applicability of IFS for clinical and lay person use.
  20. Develop a relationship with your therapeutic parts.
  21. Understand therapist’s parts.
  22. Identify the unique characteristics of this program.
  23. Learn how to integrate change into the system of parts.
  24. Learn what a Self-led system looks like.
  25. Apply the IFS model to your therapeutic practice.
  26. Utilize a Self-led system in your everyday life.
  27. Apply guided meditation interventions to investigate welcoming parts.
  28. Use presence and congruence to further understand the IFS model.
  29. Assess your therapist’s parts through a guided mediation.
  30. Structure the protectors that need to be unburdened and witnessed.
  31.  Explain how parts show up in the body within the IFS model.
  32. Identify the values taught and the basic assumptions of IFS.
  33. Evaluate the nature of parts in relation to IFS.
  34. Highlight the credibility, visibility, accessibility, and applicability of IFS for clinical and lay person use.
  35. Develop and dissect the Autonomic Nervous System.
  36. Understand the 6 F’s in IFS Therapy.
  37. Identify the unique characteristics of this program.
  38. Learn how to invite parts out of exile.
  39. Learn how parts show up in the body.
  40. Apply techniques to self-regulate your own system.
  41. Learn why the body is so important in IFS Therapy.
  42. Discover awareness on how to reach your client’s parts.
  43. Apply guided meditation interventions to find parts within the body.
  44. Assess the difference between managers and protectors.
  45. Develop awareness of the body and restoring awareness in the body.

Outline

Overview of IFS

1.0 Quick Overview with Toni and Pamela

1.1 Basic Assumptions of IFS

1.2 Goals of IFS Therapy

1.3 The Nature of Parts

1.4 Parts Mapping Exercise

1.5 Self from IFS Perspective

1.6 Meditation Exercise with Toni

1.7 The Way We Work

1.8 Demonstration with Toni

1.9 Unblending

1.10 Demo & Debrief with Toni

1.11 Protectors Exiles & Summary

The Protective System & Fears of the Protectors

2.1 Types of Protectors

2.2 Guided Meditation

2.3 The Six Fs, Unblending

2.4 Demo & Debrief with Pam

2.5 Seven Common Protector Fears

2.6 Demo

2.7 The Nature of Exiles

2.8 What is a burden

Working with Exiles & The Trauma Behind the Rage

3.1 Burdens- The Steps of Healing

3.2 Unpacking the Steps of Healing Part 1

3.3 Unpacking the Steps of Healing Part 2

3.4 Case Presentation

3.5 Introduction

3.6 Segment 1 of Trauma Behind the Rage

3.7 Segment 2 of Trauma Behind the Rage with commentary

3.8 Segment 3 of Trauma Behind the Rage with commentary

3.9 Segment 4 of Trauma Behind the Rage with commentary

3.10 Segment 5 of Trauma Behind the Rage with Commentary

3.11 Segment 6 of Trauma Behind the Rage with Commentary

3.12 Segment 7 of Trauma Behind the Rage with Commentary

3.13 Segment 8 of Trauma Behind the Rage with Commentary

3.14 Summary

Conflicting but Complimentary & Direct Access and In-Sight: A Decision

4.0 Introduction

4.1 Introduction to Systemic Work

4.2 Functions of Polarizations

4.3 Exercise: Two Hands Meditation

4.4 Goals and How to Work with Polarizations

4.5 Modalities

4.6 Focus on Direct Access

4.7 Insight or Direct Access

4.8 Decision Tree

Parts of the Therapist and the Therapeutic Relationship + Integration

5.1 The Therapeutic Relationship

5.2 Therapists Parts

5.3 Presence and Congruence

5.4 Loving Your Therapist Parts Meditation

5.5 Integrating Change Into The System

5.6 Protectors that Need to Witnessed and Unburdened

5.7 Welcoming Parts Mediation

5.8 What a Self-Led System Looks Like

The Body & the Autonomic Nervous System & Pulling it All Together

6.1 Why Body

6.2 How Parts Show Up In The Body

6.3 Finding Parts in the Body Meditation

6.4 Wrapping Up

6.5 Key Takeaways

6.6 Common Challenges

6.7 Next Steps

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