Are you ready to transform your practice with Internal Family Systems?
IFS has been hailed as “the treatment method that all clinicians should know to treat clients effectively" by Bessel van der Kolk, author of the New York Times Best-seller The Body Keeps the Score.
And starting October 21, you can join this new online course where you will learn how to implement the evidence-based IFS model into your clinical practice.
Whether you’re brand new to IFS or have been practicing the model for years, you will discover how to refine and customize the model to fit your client’s unique needs and improve therapeutic outcomes for trauma, anxiety, shame, kids, couples, addictions, eating disorders, LGBTQIA+, racial trauma, and more...
Join this 3-part course, hosted by Dr. Frank Anderson, featuring IFS Developer Richard Schwartz and nine of the best IFS innovators.
Through unusually candid interviews, live Q&A call, detailed instruction, and clinical handouts, you’ll get the tools and strategies you need to bring new life and excitement to your own work.
Don’t wait, the special enrollment is limited for this once-in-a-lifetime IFS experience, so lock in your spot today.
IFS Immersion Live Online Course
Beginning October 21, 2020
A $1,239.85 Value
Now just $199.99
- Online training from today's leading IFS experts
- Earn up to 21.25 CE credits — live credit and self-study credit breakdowns here
- Lifetime access to ALL course recordings and handouts
- 4 FREE Bonuses (Valued at $399.97 — yours to keep forever!)
- Moderated Q&A call
- Exclusive private forum access to engage with colleagues before, during, and after the course
Part 1: Exclusive Live Intro to IFS
Wednesday, October 21 from 1-4 (central) w/ Richard Schwartz, Paul Ginter & Frank Anderson (Live CE)
Part 2: On-Demand Clinical Application Sessions
Wednesday, October 28 | Trauma & Attachment
Wednesday, November 4 | Substance Abuse & Eating Disorders
Wednesday, November 11 | Anxiety, Depression and Shame & Couples
Wednesday, November 18 | Parenting and Adolescents & LGBTQIA+
Wednesday, November 25 | Racial Trauma & Future of IFS
Part 3: Live Q&A Call
Wednesday, December 16 from 12-1pm (central)
An Engaging Course!
A Great Presenter!
In this special bonus, 3-hour live stream webcast, you'll join Frank Anderson, M.D., as he talks to IFS Founder, Richard Schwartz and Senior IFS trainer Paul Ginter. Together, they will explore how the model developed, it's power, and it's evolution into one of psychotherapy's hottest clinical models.
Exclusive to course attendees, you won't find this powerful live session anywhere else!
If you are new to IFS, this once-in-a-lifetime live stream (and earn 3 live CE’s!) will provide you with a rich foundational background as you begin your IFS journey. And if you are already familiar with IFS, don’t miss this unique opportunity to hear/learn more about the origins of IFS from the leaders in the model.
Attachment & IFS: Healing Trauma and Attachment Wounds that Befriend the Body When a client experiences trauma, their parts will split from the Self to survive. One part will serve the role of protection while the other will remain hidden causing an internal attachment wound. Learn the healing power of IFS and when parts work together, they heal together.
Trauma blocks love and self-connection. IFS is a transformational model in which allows clients to release these blocks from pain and heal.
- View trauma as a relational violation
- Repair the internal relationship when trauma is endured
- Empower your clients to overcome even the most complex traumas
- IFS's view of addictive processes as system-focused, not symptom-focused
- How polarization of parts impacts the clinical process
- Healing the underlying wound by restoring balance to the system
Almost every client you see holds shame about their weight, size, or health – whether they talk about it or not. The Internal Family Systems (IFS) model of treatment provides a way to release that shame to discover an inner wisdom that guides clients to heal their relationship with food and their bodies.
Shame is the fuel which drives all of the problems therapists treat. And IFS views anxiety and depression as strategies adopted by our protective systems to cope with shame.
Learn first-hand from the developer of Intimacy from the Inside Out (IFIO), and the application of IFS for couples. You’ll learn principles and interventions in addressing common struggles faced in working with couples. Change the way you work with couples today!
Adapt basic IFS principles for use with children, adolescents, and their families. Learn strategies for applying the model to younger clients and help them heal.
- The 3 essential somatic tools all clinicians need
- Why you need to compose a personal trauma narrative within the collective trauma context to relate to clients
- Key somatic techniques to reconnect with one's innate somatic knowledge
The recent protests against racial injustice and police brutality have left many therapists wondering what they can do to be active forces for change in the therapy room and beyond. Using the framework of IFS, you’ll gain practical skills to help heal the traumatic wounds of oppression.
The IFS model is still being adapted throughout psychotherapy. Hear from IFS Developer, Richard Schwartz on where his vision on where IFS will go and his dreams for the future.
Join this live Q&A call to get answers directly from the IFS trainers. This 1-hour call is designed to solidify your learning and get you ready to use IFS immediately!
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In this intensive, self-paced, 6-hour bonus seminar, you'll discover step-by-step instruction for applying IFS to your clinical practice. From beginning to end, Dr. Frank Anderson will show you everything you need to know in using the empirically validated IFS model for treating a wide variety of clinical diagnoses.
In this self-paced, 3-hour bonus seminar, you'll discover how to improve your outcomes through the understanding and application of the interplay between medications, psychotherapy and trauma.
Watch world renowned trauma expert Frank Anderson, M.D., in this recording as he guides you through the essentials of Psychopharmacology related to the treatment of Trauma and Dissociation.
Even though you may not be a prescriber of medications, it’s essential that you have a thorough understanding of the effects medication has in treating trauma.
Dr. Anderson will teach you how to:
- Integrate psychopharmacological and psychotherapeutic approaches
- Identify positive and negative effects of medication
- Prepare clients for adding medication to their treatments
- Understand the effects of trauma on neurobiological processes
- Assess clients for appropriate medication referrals
Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) provides a revolutionary treatment plan for PTSD, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, eating disorders and more.
Using a non-pathologizing, accelerated approach -- rooted in neuroscience -- IFS applies inner resources and self-compassion for healing emotional wounding at its core. This new manual offers straight-forward explanations and illustrates a wide variety of applications. Easy to read and highly practical.
- Step-by-step techniques
- Annotated case examples
- Unique meditations
- Downloadable exercises, worksheets
A glossary of terms commonly used in Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS).
We're that confident you'll find this learning experience to be all that's promised and more than you expected.