Internal Family Systems Therapy (2020)

Internal Family Systems Therapy Richard C. Schwartz Internal Family Systems Therapy Applying family systems concepts to the intrapsychic realm the Internal Family Systems IFS model proposes that individuals subpersonalities interact and change in many of the same ways as do families
  • Title: Internal Family Systems Therapy
  • Author: Richard C. Schwartz
  • ISBN: 9781572302723
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Paperback
Internal Family Systems Therapy Richard C. Schwartz Applying family systems concepts to the intrapsychic realm, the Internal Family Systems IFS model proposes that individuals subpersonalities interact and change in many of the same ways as do families and other human groups Seasoned practitioner Richard C Schwartz illuminates how parts of a person can form paralyzing inner alliances resembling the destructive coalitioApplying family systems concepts to the intrapsychic realm, the Internal Family Systems IFS model proposes that individuals subpersonalities interact and change in many of the same ways as do families and other human groups Seasoned practitioner Richard C Schwartz illuminates how parts of a person can form paralyzing inner alliances resembling the destructive coalitions found in dysfunctional families, and provides straightforward guidelines for incorporating the IFS model into treatment A valuable text and clinical resource, the book demonstrates in step by step detail how therapists can help individuals, couples, and families tap core resources, bring balance and harmony to their subpersonalities, and feel integrated, confident, and alive.
Internal Family Systems Therapy Richard C. Schwartz

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  1. Vanessa

    I love parts work big time I just wished it didn t focus so heavily on eating disorders However, it is well worth a read for its richness, it s depth and it s clear explanation of the way in which the multiplicity of self can be honored in therapy and attended to in the service of healing.

  2. Julie

    For the advanced seeker This book provides an applicable theory to how emotions work and why we make the decisions we make It has changed my whole world view and is a tool that has allowed me to learn how to have grace toward myself and as a result, I have grace to give to others.

  3. Keith Wilson

    You are divided You must have noticed this when you re trying to decide whether to have that chocolate cake, or stick to your diet when you rise, groaning from your bed, despite how comfortable that pillow looks when you want to tell your boss to shove it, but instead say, Yes Sir It s like, up there in your mind, you have a boardroom with an array of directors all around the table Your mother s voice is heard sometimes Also your father, your big brother, who called you a spoiled brat, and your [...]

  4. Johna Van

    This is an interesting form of therapy that breaks apart our psyche into separate parts that are separate from the real us, and how we deal with these parts By actually speaking to these parts, we can remove conflict and internal termoil that causes suffering Very enlightening.

  5. Lora Rivera

    This model seems to make a lot of intuitive sense Well laid out I would ve liked the chance to look at a single parent situation I also expected a less simplified analysis of societal cultural burdens

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