Internal Family Systems (IFS) for Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, Addiction & More by Dr. Richard Schwartz & Dr. Frank Anderson
Revolutionize your clinical approach and help your clients heal with the Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy model.
Developed over 30 years of clinical work, the scientifically validated IFS approach is filled with simple but powerful tools to treat many mental health issues by working with the various “parts” that clients find within themselves. IFS provides a masterful framework to help clients listen to and appreciate the value of each part — and then effectively works with each of them to achieve dramatic results.
Now is your chance to join IFS creator Richard Schwartz, PhD, and IFS organization chairman Frank Anderson, MD, to learn, step-by-step, the transformative therapy model that can offer breakthrough healing of trauma, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, eating disorders and more.
In this intensive online course, you’ll discover the power of IFS by seeing it in action through real-life in-session videos, as well as easy-to-follow, experiential instruction modules.
And when you register today, you’ll also get access to special bonus videos and resource clips to help you start using IFS immediately in your practice — plus access to an exclusive Q&A call recording featuring Richard Schwartz and Frank Anderson.
Don’t miss this opportunity to dive deep into the approach that world-renowned trauma expert Bessel van der Kolk says, “changed the way therapy is practiced.”
Join IFS and trauma expert Frank Anderson, MD, and learn all that this therapy model can do for you and your clients. In this practical and experiential training, you’ll gain a foundational understanding of IFS — including its core methodology, neuroscience roots, and clinical application — so you can discover its full potential for permanent healing.
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See IFS in action, directly with the creator of the therapy model, Richard Schwartz, PhD. Observe a dramatic and moving clinical session between Richard and Jody, a woman who’s been haunted by early childhood trauma her whole life. Watch as Richard guides Jody step-by-step through a journey that enables her to fully embrace her capacity for personal transformation. Then hear from Richard directly as he explains the moment-by-moment decisions that guided Jody to the single-session, breakthrough healing.
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