IFS Parenting and Legacies Workshop
November 13 @ 9:00 am - November 16 @ 5:00 pm$1750 – $1950
In this workshop participants will explore the depth and complexity of Parenting and Family – foundational human experiences – including the many forms these concepts show up in our lives. We will examine one of the most powerful yet somewhat hidden influences on us, the various Legacy Burdens that are shaping our lives as a result of Family and Parenting. These unconscious patternings are contracts that bind us to early imaginings and hopes, or family expectations and social requirements.
We all experience Parenting in our life time – as receivers, as givers or as both. The “external parenting” we experience, is directly connected to the “internal parenting” that we are able to provide to ourselves. Similarly, the Family structure we experience externally, is directly connected to our “internal family” and the formation of our personality. Unconscious contracts and intergenerational burdens are carried forward by us, passed on to our children and impact our lives in many different ways.
Israel-based Einat Bronstein and Australian trainer Simon d’Orsogna will jointly offer this unique experiential-learning event in Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast, Queensland over the course of four days in November 13-16th 2019.
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.
Recent participants at Einat’s 2019 Australian Level 1 trainings said:
This workshop will be offered to those who have completed at least an Introductory IFS workshop, IFS Circle or PESI 14.5 hour online learning, or Level 1 or above. Basic IFS concepts, ‘parts and Self’ language and core IFS techniques are required. Note the upcoming Introductory workshop weekends here.