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IFS Introduction – 19th & 20th October 2019 in Melbourne
October 19 @ 9:00 am - October 20 @ 4:30 pm$220 – $550
In these workshops you will immerse yourself in the Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) model of psychotherapy. Simon d’Orsogna MA will offer an Introductory IFS workshop (Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th of October 2019 – 9am-430pm each day) ahead of further intermediate workshops and CSL official level certification trainings in 2020-21.
Participants in the Introductory Workshop will learn the basics of the IFS approach from the ground up. Suitable to professionals (therapists, psychologists, counsellors, certified coaches, expressive and therapeutic arts practitioners, and social workers) as well as those seriously interested in their self-development. The Certification Trainings for Level 1 will be a natural next step to those who have completed the Introductory workshop, or are familiar with the Internal Family Systems model of psychotherapy. The focus is going deeper into the IFS skills and techniques, and enhancing personal capacity.
Testimonials from attendees of Simon’s Introductory IFS workshops
“Great learning, profound and well-organized. Very competently presented and well structured.
… a great introduction, but as well good for the well prepared.
Very interesting and more emotionally charged than many trainings.
It clarified my own confusion / incongruence about how to apply various theories to a more holistic approach.
Enlightening! Great to have the support of others to implement theory into practice.
Gentle and beautifully paced. A great balance of didactic and practical work. The latter a bit intimidating but well worth the risk. Joyful and funny at times. I loved it.
Fantastic and full of great people. Actually very energizing instead of draining which can often happen even in interesting workshops”
Who is this for?
Participation is for therapists and counsellors, mental health clinicians, certified coaches, or students in accredited graduate training programs. Practitioners working experientially and wholistically will find this approach broadens and makes more acute their existing work through using the steps of the IFS ‘parts’ model.