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Internal Family Systems (IFS)

Internal Family Systems (IFS)

There are No Bad Parts.

Do you feel pulled by parts of yourself in different directions?

Do you find yourself not in the drivers seat of your life often?

Are there moments you experience being directed by parts of yourself?

Discovering Freedom Within: The Transformative Benefits of Internal Family Systems (IFS)

IFS is built on the belief that every individual possesses a core essence called the Self, which is inherently compassionate, curious, and wise. Within each person’s mind, there exist various subpersonalities or “parts” that serve different roles, often developed as protective responses to life experiences and traumas. These parts can sometimes become extreme or polarized, leading to inner conflicts and emotional challenges.

How IFS can support you:

How Effective is IFS?

Numerous studies and clinical reports support the effectiveness of IFS as a therapeutic approach. Research suggests that IFS can lead to significant reductions in symptoms of anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Clients also report improvements in overall well-being, interpersonal relationships, and self-compassion.

How does IFS work?

IFS therapy involves a gentle and respectful exploration of one’s internal landscape. The therapist helps the individual establish a connection with their Self, encouraging self-compassion and non-judgmental understanding. The process typically includes the following steps:

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