Trauma Training Workshop
Date(s) - 06/08/2016
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
About the Workshop
Internal Family Systems, an evidence-based practice, is a model of psychotherapy that offers a clear, non-pathologizing and empowering method of understanding human problems, as well as an innovative and enriching philosophy of practice that invites both therapist and client to enter into a transformational relationship in which healing can occur.
Based on the understanding that within each individual there exists a system of parts with a core Self, IFS facilitates healing of parts’ extreme roles, feelings and beliefs with the goal of an integrated system and compassionate Self-leadership. Parts are often exiled in our systems either by other people or inside by other parts. Like Jesus, Self welcomes the exile or outcast, offers truth and grace and brings about deep healing and change.
In this two-hour workshop come learn the basics of IFS and experience a taste of getting to know your own parts.
- Part of a new Trauma Training Program, 2nd Wednesdays, January to June, 2016.
- FREE for therapists, pastors, and others who minister to trauma survivors.
- 2 CEUs available through the California Board of Behavioral Science (PCE 5880) for all LMFTs,LCSWs, LEPs and LPCCs, for a fee of $20 (payable by cash or check to Christian Counseling Centers).
About the Presenter
Marilyn Hunt, LMFT, graduated from UCSD with a Bachelors in Psychology and from Fuller Seminary with a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy. Trained in Internal Family Systems, she enjoys helping clients get to the root of symptoms to enable life-long change.
Registration is closed for this event.