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Experience Internal Family Systems (IFS) like never before...

Sit alongside IFS founder Dick Schwartz and our most premier IFS experts to discover how to apply IFS to your most challenging client problems — trauma, addiction, anxiety, cultural and racial wounds.

You’ll learn how subtle differences in applying IFS with each unique client can make a huge impact on treatment outcomes.

Get access to truly intimate, real-client footage that will empower you to:
  • Dive deep into client’s damaged parts to understand their unique needs
  • Treat legacy traumas without triggering dissociation
  • Transform addictive behaviours and channel them into self-compassion
  • Safely dismantle your clients’ inner protectors of anxiety
  • Confidently feel your own insecurities while exploring your client’s diversity a language that makes sense for both you and your client.

By the end of this course, you’ll be equipped with IFS techniques specifically designed to offer breakthrough results — elevating your practice, career, and your healing power!

Applying IFS to Challenging Cases:
Trauma, Addiction, Anxiety, Cultural and Racial Wounds

$749.90 VALUE
Just $299.95 (GST Inclusive) Today — DON'T MISS THIS SAVINGS!
Plus, earn up to 14.5 CPD Hours included in the course tuition.
What leading experts are saying about this course:

In this unique online course, master therapists Dick Schwartz, Frank Anderson, and Deran Young will guide you to:
  • Tap into your client’s anxiety without getting lost in their chaos
  • Show your clients the value hidden behind their inner pain
  • Reconnect clients with their highest Self to lead them to wholeness
  • Implement easy-to-use exercises with parents and children
  • Disempower your client’s fears and move them to act from authenticity
  • Understand how attachment varies with each of your client’s unique parts
  • Expertly identify and reduce traumatic triggers

Included in this Engaging & Innovative Course
IFS in Action: Leading Clients to Self-Leadership
with Dick Schwartz, PhD
Discover the essentials of the IFS model. Watch Dick in action during real session footage help to liberate client parts and move toward wholeness. In this recording, you’ll explore how to apply strategies used in IFS to:
  • Connect with your client’s core Self
  • Open a door for your client to develop healthy attachments
  • Manage your own triggered parts in session
  • Create dialogue between your client’s polarized and conflicted parts
"I love IFS. IFS honestly changed my life." —Michael M.
Healing Cultural Trauma with IFS: A Culturally Sensitive Approach
with Deran Young, LCSW
Take the opportunity to have one of the foremost teachers in culturally sensitive therapy help you to use the framework of IFS for practical help healing the traumatic wounds of oppression. You’ll discover how to:
  • Use the Intercultural Development Continuum with clients to explore how cultural perspectives impact communication and conflict style
  • Apply the IFS model to help heal trauma, and acknowledge and own the parts of ourselves that become reactive when discussing issues of diversity
  • Increase your ability to avoid microaggressions and help clients explore emotional wounds with culturally sensitive techniques including “The U-turn” and “Unblending”
"Applying IFS to healing cultural trauma is a new perspective for me, which I welcome and am excited to apply in both my private practice and at the culturally diverse high school I provide mental health counselling at." —Recent Workshop Attendee
Parenting through IFS: From Tears to Transformation
with Frank Anderson, MD
Join IFS lead trainer Frank Anderson and discover how to leverage IFS techniques to the daily challenges of parenting. In this module, you'll learn how to help parents set healthy limits, create a more nurturing family environment, and cope with unresolved shame, guilt, or anger that often is triggered within family situations. You’ll also discover how to help parents:
  • Talk to children about difficult subjects by using “part of me language”
  • Explore their own reactive moments and respond to triggers with more empathy
  • Co-parent in ways that are supportive, collaborative, and lead to a fuller expression of selfhood
  • Recover from the inevitable moments when they “lose it” and take the necessary steps to repair with fuller awareness
"Frank Anderson is a wonderful, down to earth teacher. The course offered me the opportunity to delve deeper into using IFS with trauma and the impact of trauma on the brain." —Marueen M.
Addictive Behaviors as Self-Preservation: Key Insights from the Internal Family Systems Model
with Dick Schwartz, PhD
By looking at addictive behaviours — from drugs and alcohol to sex, technology, and binge eating — as means of self-protection and a way of staving off deep personal pain, the IFS model provides a model of treatment that avoids power struggles and feelings of shame and judgment that can often accompany treatment for trauma and addictions. Watch IFS developer Dick Schwartz demonstrate how you can use IFS to overcome addictive behaviours by revisiting trauma and providing healing.
"Very well presented, especially with the client participation video." —Jacob T., Psychologist
How Internal Family Systems Therapy is Helping Us Understand the Human Mind & How We Heal
with Dick Schwartz, PhD
IFS not only offers innovative techniques for exploring and transforming the mind, it also represents a different, empowering paradigm for understanding human nature that has implications for and is being used in many areas of endeavour outside of psychotherapy.
"Excellent presentation and grateful that Dr. Schwartz and his client allowed us to witness their session." —Dorothy M., Psychologist
Stop the Dread & Avoidance of Anxiety! How to Apply IFS Techniques for Anxiety
with Dick Schwartz, PhD
See how Dick utilizes the evolution of IFS to help clients stop dreading and avoiding their anxiety. Dick gives you step-by-step guidance on how to have clients confront their scared parts from a place of confidence and compassion. Help your clients relate to themselves in a way that isn’t fearful.
"This approach will change everything about how you relate to yourself and to others!" —Diane Poole Heller, PhD, author of The Power of Attachment
Applying IFS to Challenging Cases
Trauma, Addiction, Anxiety, Cultural and Racial Wounds

$749.90 VALUE

And, we’re throwing in 3 amazing bonuses COMPLETELY FREE!
As our gift to you for elevating your practice, you'll get:
The Myth of Unitary Self
with Gabor Maté and Dick Schwartz
In this Psychotherapy Networker exclusive workshop, two of the most innovative voices in psychotherapy will teach the ins-and-outs of enhancing rapport and outcomes. Through conducting “compassionate inquiries,” keeping clients in-touch with their feelings during intense emotions, and overcoming childhood defences, you’ll gain tremendous insight into your client’s inner world.
"Gabor Maté’s connections — between the intensely person and the global, the spiritual and the medical, the psychological and the political — are bold, wise, and deeply moral. He is a healer to be cherished."
—Naomi Klein, NYT Bestselling author
Psychotherapy Networker publications:
Working with Internalized Racism: From Shame to Unburdening with IFS
By Dick Schwartz
Get up close and personal with Dick as he shares his experiences with internalized racism in his therapy practice, himself, and society — Be inspired to examine your own blind spots!
IFS and Chronic Pain: Listening to Inner Parts that Hold the Hurt
By Howard Schubiner, Dick Schwartz, Ronald Siegel
Discover a new perspective on pain by understanding the relationship between exiled parts and psychological pain — Help your client mindfully change their relationship to chronic pain!

Meet Your Experts
Richard Schwartz, Ph.D.
Richard Schwartz, Ph.D., earned his Ph.D. in marriage and family therapy from Purdue University, after which he began a long association with the Institute for Juvenile Research at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and more recently at The Family Institute at Northwestern University, attaining the status of associate professor at both institutions.

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Deran Young, LCSW
Deran Young, LCSW, is the founder of Black Therapists Rock and works with Brené Brown training on the topic of diversity, inclusion, and equality.

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Frank Anderson, MD
Frank Anderson, MD, completed his residency and was a clinical instructor in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He is both a psychiatrist and psychotherapist and specializes in the treatment of trauma and dissociation. He is passionate about teaching brain-based psychotherapy and integrating current neuroscience knowledge with the IFS model of therapy.

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Gabor Maté, MD
Gabor Maté, MD, is a renowned speaker and bestselling author. Dr. Maté is highly sought after for his expertise on a range of topics including addiction, stress and childhood development.

Click here for information about Gabor Maté
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Trauma, Addiction, Anxiety, Cultural and Racial Wounds

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Plus, earn up to 14.5 CPD Hours included in the course tuition.

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