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IFS Reference List1

* Denotes that these items are available through the IFS store: http://www.selfleadership.org/ifs-store.html

BOOKS

Barbera, M. (2008). Bring yourself to love: How couples can turn disconnection into intimacy. Boston, MA: Dos Monos Press.

* Earley, J. (2009). Self-therapy: A step-by-step guide to creating wholeness and healing your inner child using IFS, a new, cutting-edge psychotherapy (1st ed.). Larkspur, CA: Pattern System Books.

* Earley, J. (2012). Self-therapy: A step-by-step guide to creating wholeness and healing your inner child using IFS, a new, cutting-edge psychotherapy (2nd ed.). Larkspur, CA: Pattern System Books.

* Earley, J. (2012). Negotiating for self-leadership in internal family systems therapy. Larkspur, CA: Pattern System Books.

* Earley, J. (2012). Resolving inner conflict: Working through polarization using internal family systems therapy. Larkspur, CA: Pattern System Books.

* Earley, J. (2012). Working with anger in internal family systems therapy. Larkspur, CA: Pattern System Books.

* Earley, J. (2013). Freedom from your inner critic: A self-therapy approach. Louisville, CO: Sounds True.

Ehrmann, L.A. (2014). Kids, Parents, & Everyone Have Parts: A Book About Internal Family Systems for the Young and the Young at Heart. Publications by Lois Ehrmann.

Ehrman, L.A. (2014). Everyone Has Parts: The Self-Led Parent's Guide to Understanding Your Own. Publications by Lois Ehrmann.  

* Goulding, R. A., & Schwartz, R. C. (1995). The mosaic of the mind: Empowering the tormented selves of child abuse survivors. New York, NY: Norton & Co.

* Goulding, R. A., & Schwartz, R. C. (2002). The Mosaic Mind: Empowering the tormented selves of child abuse survivors. Oak Park, IL: Trailheads Publications.

* Holmes, T. (2011). Parts work: An illustrated guide to your inner life. Kalamazoo, MI: Winged Heart Press.

* Mones, A. (2014). Transforming troubled children, teens, and their families: An internal family systems model for healing. New York, NY: Routledge.

* Papernow, P. L. (2013). Surviving and thriving in stepfamily relationships: What works and what doesn’t. New York, NY: Routledge.

* Schwartz, J., & Brennan, B. (2013). There’s a part of me… Oak Park, IL: Trailheads Publications.

* Schwartz, R. C. (1995). Internal family systems therapy. New York, NY: Guilford Publications. (Published in paperback in 1997.)

* Schwartz, R. C. (2001). Introduction to the internal family systems model. Oak Park, IL: Trailheads Publications.

* Schwartz, R. C. (2008). You are the one you’ve been waiting for: Bringing courageous love to intimate relationships. Oak Park, IL: Trailheads Publications.

* Steege, M. K. (2010). The spirit-led Life: Christianity and the internal family system.  United States of America: M. K. Steege.

* Sweezy, M., & Ziskind, E. (Eds.). (2013). Internal family systems therapy: New dimensions. New York, NY: Routledge.

* Weiss, B. (2011). Illustrated workbook for self-therapy for your inner critic: Transforming self-criticism into self-confidence. Larkspur, CA: Pattern System Books.

* Weiss, B. (2013). Self-therapy workbook: An exercise book for the IFS process. Larkspur, CA: Pattern System Books.

BOOK CHAPTERS

Badenoch, B. (2008). Picturing the inner community. In B. Badenoch, Being a brain-wise therapist (pp. 76-89). New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company.

Engler, J., & Fulton, P. (2012). Self and no-self in psychotherapy. In C. Germer & R. Siegel (Eds.), Wisdom and compassion in psychotherapy: Deepening mindfulness in clinical practice (pp. 176-188). New York, NY: Guilford Publications.

McConnell, Susan (2014). The Family Within: An IFS Journey. In Charles Eigen (Ed.) Inner Dialogue in Daily Life: Contemporary Approaches to Personal and Professional Development In Psychotherapy (pp. 171-194). London: Jessica Kingsley Publisher.

Ginter, P., & Horneffer, K. (2006). Releasing our spirit: The internal family systems model. In K. B. Helmeke & C. F. Sori, (Eds.), The therapist’s notebook for integrating spirituality in counseling II: Homework, handouts and activities for use in psychotherapy (pp. 11-20). New York, NY: Harworth Press.

Hertlein, K. M. & Linville, D. (2007). Extraordinary parts: The wife, mother and survivor. In D. Linville & K. M. Hertlein (Eds.), The therapist’s notebook for family health care: Homework, handouts, and activities for individuals, couples, and families coping with illness, loss, and disability (pp. 53-58). New York, NY: Haworth Press.

Johnson, L. C., & Schwartz, R. C. (2000). Internal family systems: Working with children and families. In C. E. Bailey (Ed.), Children in therapy: Using the family as a resource (pp. 73-111). New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Co.

Mann, B. J., & Schwartz, R. C. (2002). Internal family systems therapy. In F. W. Kaslow (Ed.), Comprehensive handbook of psychotherapy: Integrative/eclectic (Vol. 4, pp. 455-474).

McConnell, Susan (2014). The Family Within: An IFS Journey. In Charles Eigen (Ed.) Inner Dialogue in Daily Life: Contemporary Approaches to Personal and Professional Development In Psychotherapy (pp. 171-194). London: Jessica Kingsley Publisher.

Piercy, F. P., Wetchler, J. L., & Hecker, L. L. (1996). Other family therapies. In F. P. Piercy, D. H. Sprenkle, & J. L. Wetchler (Eds.), Family therapy sourcebook (pp. 283-318). New York, NY: Guilford Publications.

Schwartz, R. C. (1988). Families and eating disorders. In F. Walsh & C. Anderson (Eds.), Chronic disorders and the family (pp. 87-103). New York, NY: Haworth Press.

Schwartz, R. C. (1998). Internal family systems family therapy. In F. Dattilio (Ed.), Case studies in couple and family therapy: Systemic and cognitive perspectives (pp. 331-352). New York, NY: Guilford Publications.

Schwartz, R. C. (1999). The internal family systems model. In J. Rowan & M. Cooper (Eds.), The plural self: Multiplicity in everyday life (pp. 238-253). SAGE Publications.

Schwartz, R. C. (1999). Releasing the soul: Psychotherapy as a spiritual practice. In F. Walsh, (Ed.), Spiritual resources in family therapy (pp. 223-239). New York, NY: Guildford Publications.

Schwartz, R. C. (1999). The self to self connection: Intimacy and the internal family systems model. In J. Carlson & L. Sperry (Eds). The intimate couple, (pp. 263-275). Philadelphia, PA: Brunner-Mazel.

Schwartz, R. C. (2001). Internal family systems therapy. In J. Carlson & D. Kjos (Eds.), Theories and methods of family therapy (pp. ?). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Schwartz. R. C. (2003). The critical parts of me. In J. Kottler & J. Carlson (Eds.), Bad therapy: Master therapists share their worst failures (pp. 49-55). New York, NY: Brunner-Routledge.

Schwartz, R. C. & Blow, A.  (2010). Creating self-to-self intimacy: Internal family systems therapy with couples. In A. Gurman (Ed.), Clinical casebook of couple therapy (pp. 398-375). New York, NY: Guilford Publications. 

Schwartz, R. C., & Rose, M. (2002). Internal family systems therapy. In J. Carlson & D. Kjos (Eds.), Theories and strategies of family therapy, (pp. 275-295). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Schwartz, R. C, & Sparks, F. (2013). The internal family systems model in trauma treatment: Parallels with Mahayana Buddhist theory and practice. In V. M. Follette, D. Rozelle, J. W. Hopper, D. I. Rome, & J. Briere (Eds.), Contemplative methods in trauma treatment: Integrating mindfulness and other approaches. New York, NY: Guilford Publications.

Schwartz, R. C. & Sparks, F. (2014). The internal family systems model in trauma treatment: Parallels with Mahayana Buddhist theory and practice. In V. Follette, J. Briere, D. Rozelle, J. Hopper, & D. Rome (Eds.), Mindfulness-oriented interventions for trauma: Integrating contemplative practices. New York, NY: Guilford Publications.

Schwartz, R. C., Schwartz, M. F., & Galperin, L. (2009). Internal family systems therapy. In C. A. Courtois, & J. D. Ford (Eds.), Complex traumatic stress disorders: An evidence-based clinician’s guide (pp. 353-370). New York, NY: Guilford Publications.

Twombly, J. H., & Schwartz, R. C. (2008). The integration of the internal family systems model and EMDR. In C. Forgash & M. Copeley (Eds.), Healing the heart of trauma and dissociation with EMDR and ego state therapy (pp. 295-311).  New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.

BOOKS WITH SECTIONS ON IFS

Breunlin, D., Schwartz, R. C., & MacKune-Karrer, B. (1992). Metaframeworks for psychotherapy: Transcending the models of family therapy. San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass. (Published in paperback in 1997.)

* Cantor, D. (2010). The youniverse self leadership tool. Oak Park, IL: Center for Self Leadership.

* Cantor, D. & Boots, S. (2011). A guide to integrating the youniverse in therapy. Oak Park, IL: Center for Self Leadership.

Carson, D. K., & Becker, K. W. (2003). Creativity in psychotherapy: Reaching new heights with individuals, couples, and families. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Clinical Practice Press.

* Earley, J. (2013). The pattern system: A periodic table for psychology. Larkspur, CA: Pattern System Books.

* Filloramo, E. (2015). How to permanently erase negative self-talk: So you can be extraordinary. New York, NY: New Chapter Press.

Gutkind, L. (2015). (Chapter: Salvaging parts.)  Same time next week: True stories of working through mental illness. In Fact Books.

Livingstone, J., & Gaffney, J. (2015). The power of relationships in health care: The science of behavior change, decision making, and clinician self-care. London: CRC Press-Taylor Francis Group.

Nichols, M. P., & Schwartz, R. C. (1984). Family therapy: Concepts and methods (1st ed.). Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Nichols, M. P., & Schwartz, R. C. (1991). Family therapy: Concepts and methods (2nd ed.). Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Nichols, M. P., & Schwartz, R. C. (1995). Family therapy: Concepts and methods (3rd ed.). Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Nichols, M. P., & Schwartz, R. C. (1997). Family therapy: Concepts and methods (4th ed.). Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Nichols, M. P., & Schwartz, R. C. (2000). Family therapy: Concepts and methods (5th ed.). Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Nichols, M. P., & Schwartz, R. C. (2004). Family therapy: Concepts and methods (6th ed.). Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Scott, D. (2016). Healing through Internal Compassion. In R. Neimeyer (Ed.), Techniques of grief therapy: Assessment and intervention (pp. 186-190). New York, NY: Routledge.

 

Scott, D. (2012). Grief and the Internal Family System. In H. Winokuer & D. Harris (Eds.), Principles and practice of grief counseling (pp. 184-185). New York: Springer.

 

Scott, D. (2011). Coming Out: Intrapersonal Loss in the Acquisition of a Stigmatized Identity. In D. Harris (Ed.), Counting our Losses: Reflecting on Change, Loss, and Transition in Everyday Life (pp. 183-194). New York, NY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Sperry, L., Carlson, J., & Peluso, P. R. (2006). Couples therapy: Integrating theory and technique (2nd ed.). Denver, CO: Love Publishing Company.

Van der Kolk, B. (2014). The body keeps the score: Brain, mind, and body in the healing of trauma. Viking Press.

BOOKS - TRANSLATED

Breunlin, D. C., Schwartz, R. C., & MacKune-Karrer, B. (2000). Metaconceitos. Sao Paulo, Brazil: ARTMED. (Portuguese).

Nichols, M., & Schwartz, R. C. (1998). Terapia familia: Conceitos e methodos. Sao Paulo, Brazil: ARTMED. (Portuguese).

Schwartz, R. C. (1997). Systemische therapie mit der inneren familie. Munich, Germany: J. Pfeiffer Books. (German).

Schwartz. R. C. (2010) Internal family systems therapy. Seoul, Korea: Hakjisa Publisher. (Korean)

Schwartz, R. C. (2014). Introducion al modelo de los sistemas de la familia interna. Oak Park, IL: Trailheads Publications. (Spanish).

Schwartz, R. C. (2008). IFS: Das system der inneren familie. Norderstedt, Germany: Satz, Umschlagdesign, Herstellung und Verlag. (German).

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Carter, S. M. (1999). A study of internal family systems model applied to remarried couples of stepfamilies in different stages of adjustment. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering, 59(7-B), 3751.

Cooper, B. A. (2000). The use of internal family systems to treat issues of biracial identity development. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering, 60(11-B), 5767.

Davis, J. C., Hill, M. R., & Helmeke, K. B. (2001). Depolarizing congregational conflict: Principals for effective leadership for the internal family systems theory. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 20(1), 260-275.

Davis, S. D., & Piercy, F. P. (2007). What clients of couple therapy model developers and their former students say about change, part one: Model-dependent common factors across three models. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 33(3), 318-343.

Deacon, S. A., & Davis, J. C. (2001). Internal family systems theory: A technical integration. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 20(1), 45-58.

Dolbier, C. L., Soderstrom, M., & Steinhardt, M. A. (2001). The relationships between self leadership and enhanced psychological, health and work outcomes. The Journal of Psychology, 135(5), 469-485.

Green, E. J. (2008). Individuals in conflict: An internal family systems approach. The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families, 16(2), 125-131.

Holmes, T. (1994). Spirituality in systemic practice: An internal family systems perspective. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 13(3), 26-35.

Lavergne, M. (2004). Art therapy and internal family systems therapy: An integrative model to treat trauma among adjudicated teenage girls. The Canadian Art Therapy Association Journal, 17(1), 17-36.

MacDonald, F. F. (2005). Internal family systems therapy: A journey to healing and transformation. Annals of the American Psychotherapy Association, 8(4), 29.

Miller, B. J., Cardona, J. R. P., & Hardin, M. (2006). The use of narrative therapy and internal family systems with survivors of childhood sexual abuse: Examining issues related to loss and oppression. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 18(4), 1-27.

Mojta, C., Falconier, M. K., & Huebner, A. J. (2014). Fostering self-awareness in novice therapists using internal family systems therapy. The American Journal of Family Therapy, 42(1), 67-78.

Mones, A. G., & Schwartz, R. C. (2007). The functional hypothesis: A family systems contribution toward an understanding of the healing process of the common factors. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 17(4), 314-329.

Pais, S. (2009). A systematic approach to the treatment of dissociative identity disorder. Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 20(1), 72-88.

Pedigo, T. B. (1996). Richard Schwartz: Internal family systems therapy. The Family Journal, 4(3), 268-277.

Prouty, A. M., & Bermudez, J. M. (1999). Experiencing multiconsciousness: A feminist model for therapy. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 11(3), 19-39.

Prouty, A. M., & Protinsky, H. O. (2002). Feminist-informed internal family systems therapy with couples. Journal of Couple & Relationship Therapy, 1(3), 21-36.

Schwartz, R. C. (1987). Letter and response: Our multiple selves. Family Therapy Networker, 11.

Schwartz, R. C. (1987). Our multiple selves. Family Therapy Networker, 11, 24-31 & 80-83.

Schwartz, R. C. (1988). Know thy selves. Family Therapy Networker, 12, 21-29.

Schwartz, R. C. (1988). Working with internal and external family systems. Family Relations.

Schwartz, R. C. (1989). The internal family systems model: an expansion of systems thinking into the level of internal process. Family Therapy Case Studies, 3, 61-66.

Schwartz, R. C. (1989). Maybe there is a better way: Response to Duncan and Solovey. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 15, 11-12.

Schwartz, R. C. (1989). The systemic treatment of bulimia. Journal of Psychotherapy and the Family, 6, 89-105.

Schwartz, R. C. (1991). The American nightmare. Family Therapy Networker, 15, 64-68.

Schwartz, R. C. (1992). Rescuing the exiles. Family Therapy Networker, 16.

Schwartz, R. C. (1993). Constructionism, sex abuse, and the self. American Family Therapy Academy Newsletter, Winter, 6-10.

Schwartz, R. C. (1993). Richard Schwartz responds. American Family Therapy Academy Newsletter, Winter, 24-26.

Schwartz, R. C. (1997). Don’t look back. Family Therapy Networker, 21, 40-45.

Schwartz, R. C. (1999). Narrative therapy expands and contracts family therapy’s horizons. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 25(2), 263-267.

Schwartz, R. C. (2001). Dealing with racism: To exorcise or embrace inner bigots. Voices: The Art and Science of Psychotherapy, 37(3), 55-64.

Schwartz, R. C. (2001). No contest: How a therapist learned to listen. Psychotherapy Networker, Sept/Oct.

Schwartz, R. C. (2002). Hard times for the forces of compassion. Family Process, 41(1), 32-34.

Schwartz, R. C. (2003). Pathways to sexual intimacy. Psychotherapy Networker, 27(3), 36.

Schwartz, R. C. (2004). The larger self. Psychotherapy Networker, 28, 36-43.

Schwartz, R. C. (2011). Is mindfulness enough? Going beyond acceptance to healing. Psychotherapy Networker, 35.

Schwartz, R. C. (2013). Depathologizing the borderline client. Psychotherapy Networker, 37.

Schwartz, R. C. (2013). Moving from acceptance toward transformation with internal family systems therapy (IFS). Journal of Clinical Psychology, 69(8), 805-816.

Schwartz, R. C. (2015) Facing our dark side.  Psychotherapy Networker, 2714.

Schwartz R. C. & Barrett, M. J. (1987). Women and eating disorders. Journal of Psychotherapy and the Family, 3(4), 131-144.

Schwartz, R. C., & Grace, P. (1990). The systemic treatment of bulimia. Journal of Psychotherapy and the Family, 6, 89-105.

Schwartz, R. C., & Johnson, S. M. (2000). Does couple and family therapy have emotional intelligence? Family Process, 39(1), 29-33.

Schwartz, R. C., & Norman, D. M. (2003). Maintaining self leadership with “borderline” clients. Journal of Self Leadership, 1(1), 32-37.

Shadick, N. A., Sowell, N. F., Frits, M. L., Hoffman, S. M., Hartz, S. A., Booth, F. D., Sweezy, M., Rogers, P. R., Dubin, R. L., Atkinson, J. C., Friedman, A. L., Augusto, F., Iannaccone, C. K., Fossel, A. H., Quinn, G., Cui, J., Losina, E., & Schwartz, R. C. (2013). A randomized controlled trial of an internal family systems-based psychotherapeutic intervention on outcomes in rheumatoid arthritis: A proof-of-concept study. The Journal of Rheumatology, 40(11), 1831-1841.

Steele, C. (1996). Internal Family Systems Therapy. Family Relations, 45(3), 355.

Steinhardt, M. A., Dolbier, C. L., Mallon, M. W., & Adams, D. T. (2003). The development and validation of a scale for measuring self-leadership. Journal of Self Leadership, 1(1), 20-30.

Sweezy, M. (2011). The teenager’s confession: Regulating shame in internal family systems therapy. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 65(2), 179-188.

Sweezy, M. (2011). Treating trauma after dialectical behavioral therapy. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 21(1), 90-102.

Wark, L., Thomas, M., & Peterson, S. (2001). Internal family systems therapy for children in family therapy. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 27(2), 189-200.

Wilkins, E. J. (2007). Using an IFS informed intervention to treat African American families surviving sexual abuse: One family’s story. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy: An International Forum, 19(3), 37-53.

THE CENTER FOR SELF LEADERSHIP JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

Altman, G. (2007). The soul in kabbalah and the self in internal family systems: A comparison. Journal of Self Leadership, 3, 35.

Anonymous. (2009). Coming home again. Best of Self to Self, 2, 49-51.

Basse, T. (2009). Portal to peace (poem). Best of Self to Self, 2, 29.

Bruce, J. C. (2009). “Whites can hurt in the same way, too…” Best of Self to Self, 2, 44-46.Bruce, J., & James, C. (2005). Metacognition and the use of self in cross-cultural therapy: An African American therapist and a white client. Journal of Self Leadership, 2, 44.

Calvert, J. M. (2003). An application of internal family systems theory to academia: Toward the self-led university. Journal of Self Leadership, 1, 15.

Cargill, B. (2009). Meditation and self help in the IFS model. Best of Self to Self, 2, 3-4.

Cohen, K. (2009). Retrieval of parts through medical trauma.  Best of Self to Self, 2, 36-38.

Cohen, R. S., & Johanson, G. J. (Eds.). (2003). Editor’s introduction to the first edition: Why self leadership? Journal of Self Leadership, 1, 1.

Cohen, R. S., & Johanson, G. J. (Eds.). (2005). Editor’s introduction to the second edition. Journal of Self Leadership, 2, 3.

Cohen, R. S., & Johanson, G. J. (Eds.). (2007). Editor’s introduction to the third edition: Psycho-spiritual growth. Journal of Self Leadership, 3, 5.

DeLand, L., Strongin, D. L., & Schwartz, R. C. (2005). The development of a personality scale based on the internal family systems model. Journal of Self Leadership, 2, 15.

Eichhorn, E. (2009). A profound experience of healing in Mexico. Best of Self to Self, 2, 32.

Eigen, C. (2003). Which way now? Experiencing self-oriented methods for accessing inner guidance. Journal of Self Leadership, 1, 47.

Eigen, C. (2009). Post-September 11th therapy. Best of Self to Self, 2, 28.

Elkin, M. (2009). Despair protocol. Best of Self to Self, 2, 82-83.

Elkin, M. (2009). Introduction to the updated phobia protocol. Best of Self to Self, 2, 81-82.

Elkin, M. (2009). Smoking cessation with IFS. Best of Self to Self, 2, 15-16.

Elkin, M. (2009). Would that part be willing to step back? Best of Self to Self, 2, 58-60.

Fisher, E. H. (2009). Healing trauma to body-mind. Best of Self to Self, 2, 75-76.

Ging, N. (2009). We help (poem). Best of Self to Self, 2, 66.

Ginter, P. (2003). Brief report: IFS and mindfulness meditation. Journal of Self Leadership, 1, 59.

Goldman, I. (2005). IFS: A non-pathologizing approach to mental illness: A personal journey. Journal of Self Leadership, 2, 5.

Goldman, I. (2009). On grief, mental illness, and IFS. Best of Self to Self, 2, 77-78.

Grabowski, A. (2009). Get out of your head!!! Best of Self to Self, 2, 38-39.

Grabowski, A. (2009). Sense of self. Best of Self to Self, 2, 39-40.

Halverson, S. E. (2003). Brief report: Making friends with the food Nazi. Journal of Self Leadership, 1, 57.

Hanson, C. (2009). Riding the rapids. Best of Self to Self, 2, 68-69.

Holmes, T. R. (2007). IFS spirituality and self. Journal of Self Leadership, 3, 11.

Horneffer, K., & Ginter, P. (2007). Tonglen meditation: A tool for deepening IFS therapy. Journal of Self Leadership, 3, 17.

Horton, H. V. (2009). The sound self: More life, health, and spirit. Best of Self to Self, 2, 52-53.

Kavanagh, B. (2009). IFS/12-step compatibility. Best of Self to Self, 2, 61-64.

Kennedy, B. C. (2007). Standing at the edge of the abyss: Risk taking, transcendence, and the art of letting go. Journal of Self Leadership, 3, 22.

Kemp, S. (2003). Nonhuman parts in the IFS room meditation: A case history. Journal of Self Leadership, 1, 38.

Kroll, L. (2009). A settlement prayer. Best of Self to Self, 2, 56-57.

Kroll, L. (2009). Oh, the places we’ll go…(poem). Best of Self to Self, 2, 58.

Lagace, H. A. (2005). Growing self-leadership through reparenting. Journal of Self Leadership, 2, 51.

Lang, M. (2009). Ceremony: Deepening and anchoring healing. Best of Self to Self, 2, 67-68.

Lang, M. (2009). Presence, or, what I did on my summer vacation. Best of Self to Self, 2, 57-58.

Lechner, J. (2009). An unburdening ceremony using symbols of faith. Best of Self to Self, 2, 69-70.

Le Doze, F. (2005). IFS applied to migraine management: Two case reports. Journal of Self Leadership, 2, 37.

Locke, K. (2009). A whole new world. Best of Self to Self, 2, 64-66.

McConnell, S. (2009). Learning from “the one who knows the void.” Best of Self to Self, 2, 32-33.

McConnell, S. (2009). Our bodies? Our selves? Best of Self to Self, 2, 4-6.

McVicker, S. (2009). IFS and the twelve steps. Best of Self to Self, 2, 60-61.

Mindy. (2009). Mississippi trainees take the model back to their churches. Best of Self to Self, 2, 70-73.

Mones, A. G. (2003). The (r)evolution of family therapy: Adaptation, protection and the functional hypothesis: from Bateson to internal family systems therapy. Journal of Self Leadership, 1, 9.

Moraine, E. (2009). Finding my way in by finding my own parts. Best of Self to Self, 2, 78-80.

Mullen, J. (2009). Computer systems, IFS, and a model for conflict resolution. Best of Self to Self, 2, 84-85.

Mullen, J. (2009). A dozen reasons to love IFS. Best of Self to Self, 2, 21.

Mullen, J. (2009). Exploring firefighters further: Invitation for dialog. Best of Self to Self, 2, 23-24.

Mullen, J. (2009). How to be yourself (poem). Best of Self to Self, 2, 77.

Mullen, J. (2009). An IFS Mandala. Best of Self to Self, 2, 21-22.

Mullen, J. (2009). A look back at who we are. Best of Self to Self, 2, 1-2.

Mullen, J. (2009). No such thing—a movie review. Best of Self to Self, 2, 46.

Mullen, J. (2009). Therapeutic IFS stories. Best of Self to Self, 2, 33-36.

Mullen, J. (2009). Treasure trove for IFS child therapists (review). Best of Self to Self, 2, 6-7.

Ninemire, M. (2009). Life’s lullaby (poem). Best of Self to Self, 2, 20.

No author. (2009). Hope in times of religious dissent. Best of Self to Self, 2, 70.

No author. (2009). Memoirs of the Yucatan. (2009). Best of Self to Self, 2, 20-21.

Norman, D. M., & Schwartz, R. C. (2003). Maintaining Self-leadership with “borderline” clients. Journal of Self Leadership, 1, 32.

Novotny, D. (2009). Self-leadership while interacting with intrusive cancer cells. Best of Self to Self, 2, 73-75.

O’Neil, L. (2009). The quest. Best of Self to Self, 2, 47-49.

Pedigo, P. (2009). Awakened hearts. Best of Self to Self, 2, 9-11.

Pino, C. J. (2005). Brief report: Preliminary description and utilization of the house of feelings test/child therapy game. Journal of Self Leadership, 2, 54.

Pritsker, E. (2009). An interview with Dick Schwartz. Best of Self to Self, 2, 2-3.

Pritsker, E. (2009). Interview with Michi Rose. Best of Self to Self, 2, 7-9.

Pullen, N. (2009). Refinements in the IFS model. Best of Self to Self, 2, 41-42.

Reambeault, L. (2009). Energy and me (and maybe you?). Best of Self to Self, 2, 42-44.

Replogle, W. (2009). The prodigal son. Best of Self to Self, 2, 83-84.

Robinson, B. E., Flowers, C., & Burris, C. (2005). An empirical study of the relationship between self-leadership and workaholism “firefighter” behaviors. Journal of Self Leadership, 2, 29.

Rose, M. (2009). IFS and guides. Best of Self to Self, 2, 29-32.

Schwartz, R. C. (2009). The craggy hole in my heart (book review). Best of Self to Self, 2, 56.

Schwartz, R. C. (2009). Let your clients help you heal. Best of Self to Self, 2, 16-19.

Schwartz, R. C. (2009). Perspective on New York. Best of Self to Self, 2, 24-25.

Schwartz, R. C. (2009). The self. Best of Self to Self, 2, 25-28.

Schwartz, R. C. (2009). A tribute to Regina Goulding. Best of Self to Self, 2, 28-29.

Stepath, S. (2009). Internal family systems therapy and psychodrama. Best of Self to Self, 2, 53-55.

Stocker, K. (2009). The IFS hokey-pokey (lyrics). Best of Self to Self, 2, 40-41.

Sykes, C. (2009). Why I love my firefighters. Best of Self to Self, 2, 22-23.

Thompson, S. (2005). Feelings have people too: Psychosynthesis and subpersonalities. Journal of Self Leadership, 2, 10.

Vogt, K. (2009). Integrating IFS and other group processes. Best of Self to Self, 2, 11-15.

Waldron, M. (2003). Brief report: Sexual addiction: Seen through the eyes of trauma firefighters as facilitators of reenactment. Journal of Self Leadership, 1, 54.

Ward, S. (2009). Path walk. Best of Self to Self, 2, 40.

Weiss, B. (2009). Internal family systems process group. Best of Self to Self, 2, 80-81.

DISSERTATIONS

Carter, S. M. (1998). A study of the internal family systems model applied to remarried couples of stepfamilies in different stages of adjustment (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI.

Cooper, B. A. (1999). The use of internal family systems therapy to treat issues of biracial identity development (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). United States International University, San Diego, CA.

Krug, J. A. (2012). Mediating inner conflict: A qualitative study on the relationship-building process with one’s subpersonalities (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. Palo Alto, CA.

Martin, N. P. (2014). Understanding aspects of the self and psychological outcomes (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Georgia Southern University. Statesboro, GA.

Nehring, K. A. (1997). The metaframeworks approach to treatment of a family in therapy (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Chicago, IL.

Shelton, S. Z. (2012). The greatest love of all: Rewriting mother/daughter mythic imprints. Dissertation, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. Palo Alto, CA.

Sokil, L. (1999). An ethnography of choice: Active imagination in the service of self-directed change (Unpublished master’s thesis). Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

MULTIMEDIA - CD AND DVD

* Schwartz, R. C. (n.d.). Beneath the anger: Healing the bullied boy [DVD].

* Schwartz, R. C. (n.d.). Meditations for self [CD].

* Schwartz, R. C. (n.d.). Recovering from depression: All parts are welcome [DVD].

* Schwartz, R. C. (n.d.) Trauma behind the rage: A demonstration with a Vietnam veteran who fears his rage but finds it’s not what he thinks.

* Schwartz, R. C. (2014). Dr. Richard Schwartz teaches internal family systems: Highlights from his week-long class at the Cape Cod Institute [DVD].

MULTIMEDIA - EBOOKS

* Schwartz, J., & Brennan, B. (n.d.). There’s a part of me.... [ebook].

* Schwartz, R. C. Introduction to the internal family systems model [ebook].

* Schwartz, R. C. (n.d.). You are the one you’ve been waiting for: Bringing courageous love to intimate relationships [ebook].
 

MULTIMEDIA - AUDIOBOOKS

* Schwartz, R. C. (n.d.). Introduction to the internal family systems model [Narrated by David Baird]. [Audio/MP3]. Oak Park, IL: Trailheads Publications.

* Schwartz, R. C. (n.d.). You are the one you've been waiting for: Bringing courageous love to intimate relationships [Narrated by David Baird]. [Audio/MP3]. Oak Park, IL: Trailheads Publications.

MULTIMEDIA - STREAMING VIDEOS

* Hoffman, D. (2011). Mediation, multiple minds, and the negotiation within. From The Center for Self Leadership IFS Conference Plenary 2 - IFS in Mediation and Education. [Streaming video].

* Riskin, L. L. (2011). Managing and connecting inner and outer conflict: Integration of IFS and conflict resolution theory and practice. From The Center for Self Leadership IFS Conference Plenary 2 - IFS in Mediation and Education. [Streaming video].

* Rogers, F. (2011). The way of radical compassion: The spiritual paths of Jesus and IFS. From The Center for Self Leadership IFS Conference Plenary 1 - IFS and Spirituality. [Streaming video].

* Sparks, F. (2011). The Buddha as an IFS Therapist. From The Center for Self Leadership IFS Conference Plenary 1 - IFS and Spirituality. [Streaming video].

* Tomala, G. (2011). Introducing IFS to an urban school system. From The Center for Self Leadership IFS Conference Plenary 2 - IFS in Mediation and Education. [Streaming video].

ONLINE SOURCES

Böckler, A., Herrmann, L., Trautwein, F.M., Holmes, T., & Singer, T. (2017). Know thy selves: Learning to understand oneself increases the ability to understand others. Retrieved from Click Here

Schwartz, R. C. (2013, January 14). Why some people hate sex: The fascinating psychology behind sexual revulsion. Retrieved from http://www.alternet.org/sex-amp-relationships/why-some-people-hate-sex-fascinating-psychology-behind-sexual-revulsion

Seltzer, Lee (2017). Covering up negative emotions doesn't work: Here's what does. Retrieved from https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/evolution-the-self/201708/covering-negative-emotions-doesn-t-work-so-what-does

Seltzer, Lee (2017. How and why you compromise your integrity. Retrieved from https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/evolution-the-self/201707/how-and-why-you-compromise-your-integrity

WMPG. (Producer). (2008, July 8). Addiction and shame [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from http://safespaceradio.com/2008/

Wood, L. (2015, February 11). Building response flexibility in clients with eating disorders: Improvisation and embodying addiction. [Web log comment]. Retrieved from https://thedramascope.wordpress.com/2015/02/11/building-response-flexibility-in-clients-with-eating-disorders-improvisation-and-embodying-addiction/

SPECIAL PROJECTS

*Breunlin, D. C., & Schwartz, R. C. (1983). A family therapy assessment exercise,@ Chicago, IL: Robert B. Morden, Inc., a videotape stimulus and multiple choice test designed to evaluate family therapy training, manual included

*Bunker, B. B. (1982). Using feedback to clear up misunderstanding in important relationships. NTL Reading Book for Human Relations Training, 1-4.

IN PRESS

*Schwartz, R. C. Moving from acceptance toward transformation with internal family systems therapy (IFS). Journal of Clinical Psychology.  In press.