CSAR

Self-to-Part Connection

07

Jan'18

Engaging Parts: Getting Unstuck

When trauma processing becomes blocked by defensive-protective “Parts”, the Internal Family Systems Model (IFS) offers a unique perspective and set of interventions that expand our treatment options. Like other modalities that work with “Parts”, “Self-States” or “Ego-States’, IFS emphasizes the normal multiplicity of the mind.

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17

Jun'17

Engaging Parts
Vertigo Gets Grounded

When we encounter defenses and entrenched symptoms, The Internal Family Systems (IFS) Model, founded by Richard Schwartz PhD, offers a unique perspective and set of interventions that expand treatment options. Like other modalities that work with self-states, ego-states and parts, IFS emphasizes the normal multiplicity of the mind. What differentiates IFS is its belief in the universal presence of an undamaged, essential Self. In Self, a person has access to qualities such as curiosity, compassion, clarity, connectedness, wisdom and the potential for healing.

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