Internal Family Systems Introductory Workshop Belfast
Developed by Richard Schwartz in the USA and now rapidly spreading across the world, IFS is a gentle, respectful and extremely powerful approach to healing a whole range of issues, including trauma and attachment disruptions . IFS offers a non-pathologising, highly relational model than enables us to work safely, deeply and effectively, through facilitating access to the compassionate, resourceful Self that we all have at our core. When all parts within can be fully understood and unburdened, it can be liberating, energizing and transformational. There is a growing evidence base forthe model’s efficacy. See www.selfleadership.org. IFS canbe used in work with individuals, couples, families, groups, adolescents and children, and is easily integrated with a wide range of other approaches
Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, states that ….
“IFS is a profound and truly innovative model”
This Introductory Workshop will provide:
An overview of the IFS method and theory as developed by Richard Schwartz. An opportunity to hear about the model and explore experientially your own internal family system*. This will include viewing a DVD of Richard Schwartz working or a live demo. The workshop is suitable for those who wish to find out more about the IFS model for personal or professional application. *Please note this workshop is not a substitute for the Centre for Self Leadership IFS Level One Training.
Led by Olivia Lester and Liz Martins both of whom are fully trained, experienced IFS practitioners with all 3 levels of IFS training and using the method in their practice.
Date: Friday 21st June 2019
Venue: Clayton Hotel 22 Ormeau Avenue Belfast
Northern Ireland BT2 8HS
Time: 9.30AM for a 10.00AM start to 4.30PM
One day workshop cost £75 Tea/coffee mid-morning & afternoon. Lunch is not provided.Book a place at www.internalfamilysystemstraining.co.uk/booking
Contact Olivia Lester, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Liz Martins, email email@example.com
Visit www.internalfamilysystemstraining.co.uk & www.selfleadership.org