Fri, 27 May|
Internal Family Systems
Explore the inner self, experiences that divide the self into 'parts' and examine the self defeating and self perpetuating role 'parts' play
Time & Location
27 May 2022, 10:00 – 16:00
About The Event
We are not the same person all the time and our inner world is made up of many different 'parts' or 'subpersonalities' each of which have their own needs and functions. Internal Family Systems is a fascinating theory and approach that conceptualises psychological disturbance and what it's like to be human in it's own unique way. This is a day that is full of learning that can be applied both personally and professionally. The theory and approach has its foundations in Jungian theory, built upon by Assagioli, Pierro Feruci and finally Dr Richard Schwarz.
To explore the divided inner self. To identify types of experiences that divide the self and activate the 'parts'. To examine the self defeating and self perpetuating role 'parts' play. To engage in group discussions in order to link the theory to self and clients. To promote useful interventions.
Aimed at: This event is open to psychological therapists and healthcare professionals including trainees from all modalities.
Facilitator - Andy Gray
The workshop will be delivered by Andy Gray and a co-facilitator. Andy is the Owner of ACT Counselling Services and a retired Psychotherapist and Supervisor. Andy has worked in a variety of training settings; including various private training providers and Universities across the UK. As a Practitioner, he has worked in NHS, Social Work, Psychiatric Hospital Management and Private Practice settings.
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