An Introduction to Internal Family Systems (July 2017)
The Internal Family Systems (IFS) Model has evolved over the past twenty years into a comprehensive approach for working with individuals, couples, and families. IFS represents a synthesis of two already-existing paradigms: systems thinking and the multiplicity of the mind. This powerful, strength-based model of therapy applies concepts and methods from structural, strategic, narrative, and Bowenian schools of family therapy to the internal world of an individual. This workshop will introduce the model and provide the basic skills necessary to begin integrating it into clinical practice. The workshop includes videotape of clinical work, live IFS demonstrations, and experiential exercises to facilitate learning. CECHs: 12.0
July 28 - 29, 2017. 9:00 am - 4:30 pm both days.
SpringHill Suites, Auburn Hills/Orion 4919 Interpark Drive, Orion Township, MI 48359
General social work audiences, retirees, and MSU students, social work faculty, alumni, field instructors, and field liaisons.
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