IFS and Legacy Burdens – Online Workshop
October 11 @ 3:00 pm - October 18 @ 8:15 pm$550 – $850
Learning how to work with legacy influences in human systems using IFS unburdening.
Session times – 3 sessions in total
Sunday 11th October, 3:00pm – 7:30pm , 4.5 hours total.
Saturday 17th October, 3:00pm to 6:30pm, 3.5 hours total.
Sunday 18th October, 3:00pm – 8:15pm, 5.25 hours total
About the workshop
The IFS perspective is that any part in the system can be carrying legacy influences that impact its role and functioning. There are unique legacy influences that we acquired from our families, and other legacies that are shared more widely – the result of our shared history, cultural codes, ways of upbringing, system of education, ethnicity, gender and so on. They can be visible and obvious, or hidden and unaware. Acknowledging both the pain and the beauty of our heritage brings healing and clarity to our inner and outer systems.
In this workshop we will learn to;
– identify legacy influences in ourselves and our clients
– understand their content and recognise their impact on the person’s system and life
– separate ‘heirlooms’ in our legacy that we would like to keep and pass on forward, and the painful burdens that we could release
– understand and practice the special unburdening process of legacy burdens
The learning will include didatic teaching, live demonstrations, and much opportunity to experience practice and build skills working in small groups.
With a Law degree at Tel Aviv University, Israel, and Masters in Clinical Social Work at Washington University in St Louis, MO, USA, Einat learnt with Dick Schwartz and practiced IFS from its early years in Chicago. She graduated from Level 1, 2 and 3 IFS trainings; an International Lead Trainer, an IFS supervisor and a Certified IFS Therapist with over 25 years of clinical experience in private practice. She is the co-founder and co-director of the Israeli Institute of IFS. Most recently she led the third Level 1 IFS training in Sydney and Melbourne.