Presented by: Haydn Briggs MSS, LCSW, CET II, CGP
Date & Time: Saturday, September 30, 2023 @ 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM with 1 hour for lunch
Cost: $199 for professionals | $140 for students (*write to us if cost is your only barrier)
6 CE Hours for PA social workers, counselors, MFTs, psychologists, and NBCC Hours
In-Person at the Phoenix Center – 524 N. Providence Road Media, PA 19063
About the Workshop:
Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapy is a systems-focused, non-pathologizing approach to psychotherapy. IFS encourages us to approach our internal worlds and the inner worlds of others with qualities such as curiosity, compassion, connectedness, clarity, courage, calmness, confidence, and creativity.
IFS asserts that we are all made up of parts, subpersonalities that assume specific roles based on our experiences. IFS allows us to release our parts from internal constraints and cultivate internal harmony.
This workshop will help participants conceptualize and work with cases from an Internal Family Systems perspective, using the 6 Fs to allow clients to connect with their 8 Cs of Self. There will be both didactic and experiential portions of this workshop to help attendees inform their work with IFS principles. No previous IFS knowledge is required.
a) Describe one of the 6 Fs
b) Explain the different between a part and Self
c) Explain one way a therapist’s parts show up in therapy
d) Integrate basic IFS principles into client case conceptualization
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* Please note that this workshop will include both didactic and experiential learning components. The experiential learning structures include sociometry, demonstrations of a sociodrama, and other experiential processes which often include (optional) personal disclosures from participants. While personal growth is often a byproduct of experiential learning in psychodrama, the primary purpose of this workshop is training. If you are seeking a workshop for personal growth or seeking a professional training event that is entirely didactic (lecture/powerpoint), this is probably not the best workshop for you.
No conflicts of interest or outside commercial support have been declared by the presenter or others involved in the program.
This workshop is designed primarily for psychologists, social workers, counselors, therapists, and graduate students, but other professionals may also find it helpful. The instruction is designed at the introductory level (although many advanced professionals may also find it helpful).
CE program policies and procedures related to refunds/cancellations, grievances, and conflicts of interest can be found here.
For the workshop schedule or other details or questions about the workshop, please contact Haydn at Haydn@PhoenixTraumaCenter.com.
Haydn Briggs MSS, LCSW, CET II, CGP (he/him/his) specializes in working with individuals, groups, and families to release constraints in their internal and external systems to reach their maximum potential for growth, healing, and change. In addition to IFS, Haydn’s educational philosophy and clinical practice are informed by principles of sociometry, psychodrama, group psychotherapy, and EMDR. Haydn is especially passionate about equipping groups with the tools to resolve, mediate, and grow through conflict. Read more about Haydn on his bio page.