Workshops

Internal Family Systems - An Introduction

Presenter:

Derek Scott, RSW

Location:

BRONSON CENTRE
211 BRONSON AVENUE
Ottawa

Schedule:

Saturday, April 27th
Ottawa 9 to 5 PM

Description:

Through didactic teaching, demonstrations and experiential exercises you will:

  • understand the basics of the IFS model including the 3 types of parts we typically encounter in session, and introduce the concept of Self energy
  • have an understanding of working with Protectors, your own Therapist parts, and unburdening the Exiles
  • understand how the model may be applied to specific concerns and populations: trauma, couples, addiction, grief, gender and sexual orientation etc.
  • witness a demonstration of the model
  • be able to ask as many questions as you need and know where to go for further information
  • recognize “Self” as the Inner Attachment figure
  • gain clarity on how to facilitate the client’s Self as the agent forhealing internal distress

Participation is limited to 30



Fees:

Cost for the Day: $150
Early Bird (by Mar. 22nd) $120

Contact:

For more information and to register, please click here.

The Internal Family Systems Model of Therapy:Treating Trauma & Addictions

Presenter:

Derek Scott, RSW, Founder of IFSCA

Location:

The Highland Country Club
(1922 Highland Heights) London, Ontario

Schedule:

April 29th, 2019
9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Description:

Developed over the past three decades, the Internal Family Systems (IFS) model is an evidence-based therapy that offers both a conceptual umbrella under which a variety of practices and different approaches can be grounded and guided, and a set of original techniques. Developed by Dr. Richard Schwartz, IFS is the most comprehensive model now emerging as the dominant therapeutic modality which regards the personality as a system of subpersonalities.

Schwartz’s model states that in addition to the many parts that constitute the system, we also all have a Self. The Self is characterized by the presence of the following qualities: calmness, clarity, curiosity, compassion, confidence, courage, creativity and connectedness and has “emergent compassion, lucidity, and wisdom to get to know and care for these inner personalities”. It is the client’s Self that is responsible for healing their own system; this model does not foster dependency on the therapist.

This training will introduce the basics of the IFS model and its use with attachment and trauma. Unique to the model, IFS does not use grounding techniques, nor does it use traditional methods for working within the “window of tolerance”, and is a model and method endorsed by Bessel Van der Kolk, Janina Fisher, Gabor Mate and many others in the trauma and addiction field. 

Similarly, addictive behaviors are approached from a wholly original perspective, recognizing that, from a multiplicity perspective, the parts engaging in extreme behaviors are serving the individual in the way they believe they need to in the absence of viable alternatives. IFS provides the viable alternative in terms of the healing facilitated by the client’s Self. This model is completely non-pathologizing.

Through lecture, video, discussion, experiential exercises, presentation of case studies and a demonstration, participants’ understanding of the model will be greatly enhanced.

Participants will

    1. Become familiar with/deepen their understanding of the IFS model
    2. Be able to discern the role of proactive aspects of the protective system from reactive aspects of the protective system
    3. Be invited to reflect on their own “parts” that engage in the therapeutic process
    4. Develop an understanding of how to develop and facilitate greater self-compassion
    5. Learn and understand the basics of the IFS model including the 3 types of parts we typically encounter in session, and introduce the concept of Self energy
    6. Understand how the model may be applied to specific concerns and populations, especially trauma and addiction
    7. Be able to ask as many questions as they need and know where to go for further information


Fees:

Early Bird Registration (Before April 15th, 2019)
$200 plus hst = $226.00

Group Rate (3-5 people)
$190 plus hst = $214.70 per person

Group Rate (6 or more)
$185 plus hst = $209.05 per person

Regular Rate (After April 15th, 2019)

$215 plus hst = $242.95

For group rates, please contact us for an invoice and total quote.


CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations received two weeks or more prior to the event will be eligible for a full refund, minus a $45 cancellation fee. Cancellations received less than two weeks before the event are not eligible for a refund. However, you may send a colleague in your place.

Contact:

For more information and to register, please click here.

Essentials of Internal Family Systems

Presenter:

Ted Riskin, LCSW and Harry Schneider, GPCC

Location:

Fairview Space for Transformation
81 Log Gap Road
Fairview, NC 28730

Schedule:

We will meet on five Fridays:

May 3, 2019
May 31, 2019
June 21, 2019
July 12, 2019
August 9, 2019

In between each of these sessions you will have an opportunity to participate in a triad practice session, with supervision.

Description:

What to Expect

The Center for Self Leadership (CSL) offers “Level One” trainings that can lead to certification as an IFS practitioner or therapist.This “Essentials” course is more streamlined, and is not sponsored by CSL.  It will offer a foundation of IFS theory and opportunities for supervised practice.

As individual learning curves vary, some may feel ready to add the IFS approach to their clinical practice after completing this training.  However, anyone who wishes to refer to themselves as “Certified” will need to complete a Level One Training sponsored by CSL and meet other criteria.  Information on these in-depth training opportunities can be found at www.selfleadership.org.

Additional Practice Sessions
In our experience serving as Program Assistants for the IFS training, we have come to believe that most of the practical learning happens in the triad practice sessions.  In the Level 1 training, each student participates in approximately fifteen practice sessions, in roles of therapist, client, and observer.  However, each person has different needs in this regard and different resources available.  We have designed this program so that you can choose to have as much or as little of the triad practice as you find appropriate, in addition to the three sessions that are included in your tuition.  However, we strongly suggest that you plan on benefitting from a significant number of such sessions, which are necessary to master the protocol.  You are welcome to book these with us for $120 per hour in triads ($40 per participant) or dyads ($60 per participant).

Continuing Education
We will provide a Certificate of Completion for up to 23 hours

Fees:

$875 if received before April 12
$950 after
Plus the cost of optional practice sessions

Contact:


For more information, please contact Jeannine Riskin at 828.808.5467 or email jrvansandt@gmail.com, Harry Schneider at 516.669.0071 or email personalconsulting@ymail.com and/or Ted Riskin at 828.338.5020 or email tedrisk@gmail.com

14th Annual IITAP Symposium (Keynote Speaker)

Presenter:

Richard C. Schwartz, PhD.

Location:

Hyatt Regency Phoenix
122 North Second Street
Phoenix, Arizona  85004

Schedule:

Friday, May 3, 2019
8:30 am - 10:15 am 

Description:

Keynote Speaker 

Innovations in Trauma Treatment for Addictions 

Fees:

To learn more visit their website HERE.

Contact:

To register, visit their website HERE

Introduction to Internal Family Systems (IFS) for Eating Disorders: A one-day training designed for all professionals who work

Presenter:

Diana Dugan Richards, RDN, LDN, Molly Kellogg, LCSW, CEDRD and Jeanne Catanzaro, PhD

Location:

Watertown, MA

Schedule:

Introduction to Internal Family Systems (IFS) for Eating Disorders:   A one-day training designed for all professionals who work with eating disorders
Friday, May 3, 2019, 9 AM – 4:30 PM

And

Integrating IFS for Dietitians: Expanding the Toolkit of Behavior Change, An Additional Day for Dietitians
Saturday, May 4, 2019, 9 AM – 4:30 PM

Description:

Internal Family Systems (IFS) is an evidence-based therapeutic intervention used by a wide range of professionals. It is particularly effective in treating trauma. Employing the IFS model helps the client 1) identify the self-protective function of polarized cognitions regarding eating and resultant eating disorder behaviors; 2) identify and address the emotional and physical triggers driving this internal dialogue particularly the anticipation of loss of control, fear of others’ negative self-evaluations, and self-blaming, self-shaming thoughts; 3) identify the ambivalence behind healthy vs. inappropriate eating patterns, and 4) identify fears and other feelings that arise in response to shifting to healthier choices. There is more information about IFS at http://www.selfleadership.org/

Day One Educational Objectives:
•Learn the basic concepts of Internal Family Systems (IFS) Model.
•Explain how the IFS model approaches the treatment of eating disorders and disordered eating.
•Recognize the importance of the therapist’s own work to support the process.

The second day is designed specifically for Registered Dietitians. It is a continuation of the first day and does not stand on its  own. The concepts and processes of IFS will be examined from a dietitian’s perspective. We will explore the role of the nutrition professional in IFS-oriented treatment. There will be opportunity for practice.

Day Two Educational Objectives:
•Employ the IFS model in conceptualizing work with clients with disordered eating.
•Describe the role of the Dietitian in an IFS treatment team.
•Explore the issues that arise for dietitians who adopt the IFS model.

Suggested pre-workshop reading: Introduction to the Internal Family Systems Model, by Richard C. Schwartz. http://selfleadership.org/ifs-store.html .  We highly recommend reading this prior to the workshop if you have had little or no exposure to IFS.

Fees:

Day One: Early bird Registration for $198 ($215 after April 5) (6 Therapist CEUs applied for)
Both days: Early bird Registration: $385 ($404 after April 5) (12 CEUs for RDs)

Contact:

For more information and to register, please click here.

The Treatment of Trauma in the Internal Family Systems Model

Presenter:

Richard C. Schwartz, PhD.

Location:

Open Center NYC

Schedule:

May 11, 2019

10:00 am - 5:30 pm 

Description:

Internal Family Systems (IFS) is one of the fastest growing and most innovative approaches to psychotherapy. IFS offers a way to understand and work with clients that helps them quickly access their Self—a core of valuable leadership qualities, such as compassion, to face life challenges—and harmonize their internal family of “parts,” or sub-personalities. 

In this workshop—focusing on IFS’s approach to treating trauma—we will be introduced to the basic theory and principles of IFS therapy, and learn how to:

  • Help clients access their “Self”
  • Deal with client resistance, transference, and counter transference more effectively
  • Repair attachment injuries from past relationships
  • Identify the effects of trauma and utilize the IFS model in treating trauma
  • Gain an awareness of our own sub-personalities and how they impact our therapeutic work

Fees:

Members: $140

Non-Members: $175

Contact:

To register, click HERE

Introduction to Internal Family Systems

Presenter:

Michelle Lepak, LCSW

Location:

316 N Fullerton Ave
Montclair, NJ

Schedule:

Friday June 7th from 5pm-8:30pm (Dinner will be provided.)

Saturday June 9th from 11am-5pm

Saturday June 15th from 1pm-5:00pm

Description:

This workshop will help therapists who are interested in IFS, and possibly in IFS training, to become more comfortable with the model.  If you are interested, this workshop will teach you enough IFS theory and skills to help you help your clients heal.  You will learn how to help your clients bring Self energy to their parts.

Through didactic presentations, live demos, video tape of IFS sessions, and dyadic work, participants will:

•    Learn the Overview of the IFS Model
•    Discover your own parts and your clients’ parts and begin to learn how to work with parts
•    Learn how to access Self energy and help your clients do the same.
•    Bring IFS techniques to your practice
•    Develop IFS skills to help clients increase affect tolerance and regulation when doing trauma work

•    Enrich your practice with skills from a powerful therapeutic model

CEUS Available:   13 clinical CEUS provided for NJ Social Works by NASW NJ.

To view the brochure, please click here.

Fees:

$375


CANCELLATIONS:
Space is limited.  Your registration holds your spot.  If cancellation occurs before June 1, an 70% refund will be provided.  If cancellation occurs within 7 days of workshop beginning, a 50% refund will be provided.

Contact:

For more information and to register, please click here.

To view brochure, please click here.

Michelle Lepak:
Phone: 973-746-2047
Email: michellelepaklcsw@gmail.com
Website: michellelepaklcsw.com

Engaging Difference: Meeting Race, Culture and Identity Effectively Using IFS and the Intercultural Development Curriculum

Presenter:

Deran Young, LCSW and Jory Agate, MDiv, LMHC

Location:

CHA Cambridge Hospital, Macht Auditorium
Cambridge, MA

Schedule:

Friday, June 14, 2019 - 9:00 am to 4:30 pm; Saturday, June 15, 2019 - 9:00 am to 4:45 pm

Description:

Research documents how systemic oppression creates significant physical and mental health care disparities in marginalized populations. The good news is that mental health professionals can minimize these negative effects by providing effective treatment for people who are neglected and exploited in our culture. The challenges of being an effective helper in this context are significant due to the ways we are socialized. In addition, the expectation to enact expertise in our roles gets in the way of needed cross cultural humility. This results in iatrogenic effects in which therapeutic relationships can inadvertently cause harm. Join us for two days that will help you work successfully with people whose shoes you have not walked in. We will:
define and explore how racism and other forms of structural oppression impact inner psychic systems 
enhance skills to approach clients in ways that improve overall mental health
learn ways to improve intercultural communication skills to increase clinical success

Participants will learn the Intercultural Development Continuum, a model developed by Mitchell Hammer to help assess their abilities to navigate difference. Applying this model will provide tools to grow and develop better clinical skills to use in complex interpersonal terrain. By understanding the stages of intercultural development, participants will:
reflect on their growing edges in intercultural communication so they can improve their therapeutic capacity and
identify the best approach to meet clients in ways that enhance abilities to be open and receptive rather than rigid and defensive as they encounter difference

Concepts that will be taught in nuanced ways include diversity, equity and inclusion, race, culture, bias, power and oppression. We will explore how cultural perspectives impact the communication and conflict styles we bring to our work as well as how to effectively connect when encountering differences in the clinical setting.

Another approach that will be used to help mental health professionals work more effectively in this realm is the Internal Family Systems model. IFS is a non-pathologizing therapeutic model that allows individuals to greet the parts of themselves that are reactive to issues involving racism and oppression with compassion and curiosity, so they can be helped, healed and released from stuck patterns of behavior that constrain their best intentions and limit their world view and options for living well. This model with be discussed and demonstrated as a tool to release legacy burdens related to race and oppression. These burdens are created by our socio-political-cultural context and get in the way of a collaborative, connected therapeutic position that is non-pathologizing, non-hierarchical and non-judgmental. When participants better understand legacy burdens and move beyond them, they will increase abilities to solve problems and heal wounds related to social injustices with their clients.  

This workshop will be a mixture of didactic teaching, interactive activities, small and large group discussion, and internal reflection. During the two days we will create a learning community in which we will have time to sufficiently learn theoretical material as well as to interactively engage the material, to apply what was learned, to wrestle with the concepts in action and to reflect on our growing edges.

Credits: 12 CEs

Fees:

Individual Registration:  $280, $260 early registration, received by 5/14/2019.

Group Registration:  $250 per person for groups of two or more, $220 per person early registration for groups of two or more, received by 5/14/2019. Groups must register and pay together to receive the discount.

Clinicians United members, Black Therapists Rock members and people working in Caring Together programs may access a discounted rate of $190 per person.

Cancellations and Refunds:  Events may be cancelled by Therapy Training Boston if minimum enrollment requirements are not met. In this case, full fees will be refunded or applied to future programs. Otherwise, no refunds are provided for registrants. See detailed TTB policies.

Special Accommodations:  Please submit a written statement at least 30 days prior to the program to see if we can meet your needs.

Contact:

For more information and to register, please click here.

Internal Family Systems Workshop

Presenter:

Richard C. Schwartz, PhD.

Location:

Cape Cod Institute
Cape Learning Network, LLC
PO Box 70
Westport, CT 06881
800-360-7890 (toll-free)
or 508-603-6800 (local)
Fax: 508-603-6801
E-mail: institute@cape.org

Schedule:

Monday
Introduction to IFS and overview of the process of IFS therapy

Tuesday
Working with resistant clients and/or difficult parts

Wednesday
IFS applied to couples

Thursday
IFS applied to groups, families, and larger systems

Friday
How to work with parts of the therapist that interfere with IFS therapy

Description:

The Internal Family Systems Model is a method of therapy which fosters transformation, gently, quickly, and effectively. It views multiplicity of mind as our natural state and our “parts” as sub personalities that may be healed and transformed by bringing the Self into its rightful role as leader of the internal system. The Self, a core of valuable leadership qualities, is our true nature–compassionate and loving. Although IFS has been most widely used as a treatment for trauma, it is a flexible model that provides abundant opportunities for application. IFS advances treatment in several areas: First, by showing respect and appreciation for the client’s protective parts, it reduces resistance and backlash. Second, it helps clients fully unburden the extreme beliefs and emotions they accrued from their traumas. Third, affect is regulated in a simple and effective way so that clients are not overwhelmed during sessions. Fourth, because it is the client’s Self that is leading in the healing, transference is reduced and clients do much of the work on their own, between sessions. Fifth, IFS gives therapists practical ways to understand and work with their countertransference so they can remain in the open-hearted state of Self leadership with clients. Sixth, it frees therapists from the role of trying to police clients' symptoms like suicide, eating disorders, addictions, and self-mutilation. Seventh, therapists are free to be themselves, without having to be clever or controlling, and come to enjoy partnering in the fascinating and sacred process that naturally unfolds as clients heal themselves.

This workshop is designed for therapists with little exposure to IFS as well as those who know the basics of IFS, but have trouble when clients resist, have particularly difficult parts, or when it comes to using the model with couples or larger systems. We will begin with an overview of IFS and then move on to the deeper exploration of issues that arise during treatment. This course will also provide the opportunity to participants to identify and work with the parts of themselves that interfere in their relationships with clients. The workshop will be a balance of lectures, demonstration, and experiential exercises.

Fees:

$625 Prior to March 1st, after $675

Contact:

To learn more and register, please visit the The Cape Cod Institute 

Internal Family Systems Workshop

Presenter:

Richard C. Schwartz, PhD.

Location:

Cape Cod Institute 

Nauset Regional High School 100 Cable Road Eastham, MA 02642

Schedule:

July 15 - 19, 2019 

Description:

The Internal Family Systems Model is a method of therapy which fosters transformation, gently, quickly, and effectively. It views multiplicity of mind as our natural state and our “parts” as sub personalities that may be healed and transformed by bringing the Self into its rightful role as leader of the internal system. The Self, a core of valuable leadership qualities, is our true nature–compassionate and loving. Although IFS has been most widely used as a treatment for trauma, it is a flexible model that provides abundant opportunities for application. IFS advances treatment in several areas: First, by showing respect and appreciation for the client’s protective parts, it reduces resistance and backlash. Second, it helps clients fully unburden the extreme beliefs and emotions they accrued from their traumas. Third, affect is regulated in a simple and effective way so that clients are not overwhelmed during sessions. Fourth, because it is the client’s Self that is leading in the healing, transference is reduced and clients do much of the work on their own, between sessions. Fifth, IFS gives therapists practical ways to understand and work with their countertransference so they can remain in the open-hearted state of Self leadership with clients. Sixth, it frees therapists from the role of trying to police clients' symptoms like suicide, eating disorders, addictions, and self-mutilation. Seventh, therapists are free to be themselves, without having to be clever or controlling, and come to enjoy partnering in the fascinating and sacred process that naturally unfolds as clients heal themselves.

This workshop is designed for therapists with little exposure to IFS as well as those who know the basics of IFS, but have trouble when clients resist, have particularly difficult parts, or when it comes to using the model with couples or larger systems. We will begin with an overview of IFS and then move on to the deeper exploration of issues that arise during treatment. This course will also provide the opportunity to participants to identify and work with the parts of themselves that interfere in their relationships with clients. The workshop will be a balance of lectures, demonstration, and experiential exercises.

Fees:

$675.00 for one course

Contact:

To learn more and register, click HERE

Trauma & the IFS Model: Releasing Personal and Legacy Burdens

Presenter:

Richard C. Schwartz, PhD.

Location:

Hosted by: Therapy Training Boston 

The Walker Center 
171 Grove Street
Auburndale, MA 02466

Schedule:

July 30th

9:00 am - 4:30 pm 

July 31st
9:00 am - 4:45 pm 

Description:

This presentation will provide a brief review of the basics of the IFS model by Richard Schwartz, PhD, who developed the model, then will focus in detail on its use with attachment and trauma. IFS is a non-pathologizing, hopeful framework within which to practice psychotherapy now certified as an evidence-based practice by SAMHSA. IFS offers both a conceptual umbrella under which a variety of practices and different approaches can be grounded and guided, and a set of original techniques for creating safety and fostering Self-to-Self connection in individuals, couples and families.

The first day of the workshop will focus on helping clients release personal burdens related to traumatic experiences in their lives. An overview of the clinical applications of IFS in trauma work will be presented. You will learn through didactic teaching, interactive dialogue, demonstration and live interviews. 

During the second day, the focus will be on understanding and releasing legacy burdens. Legacy burdens are powerful organizers of our minds and behaviors. You will be become more aware of the beliefs and emotions we and our clients absorb from family, peers, ethnic groups and cultural contexts regarding ourselves and/or groups with whom we identify, as well as groups we consider “other.”  We will explore the sources of those burdens and the fears of releasing them. This work is critically important to create more peace and less divisiveness in our often fractured world.

New to this workshop, Dr. Schwartz will spend time focusing on how to support Self led activism. Dr. Schwartz will lay the foundation for and demonstrate how to work with personal and legacy burdens that get triggered in the context of political conflict and unrest. We will learn to work with what gets in the way of everyone's innate abilities to be an effective advocate, ally and activist. This will support our work as clinicians and citizens.

Grounded in systems thinking, Dr. Schwartz developed Internal Family Systems SM, in response to clients’ descriptions of various parts within themselves.  He focused on the systemic relationships patterns among these parts that were similarly organized across clients.  He found that when clients’ parts felt safe and were allowed to relax, they would experience spontaneously the qualities of confidence, openness, and compassion that Dr. Schwartz came to call the Self.  He will show us how to support clients in that state of Self, to facilitate their healing of their own parts. 

 

Fees:

Individual Registration: $370 

Group Registration: $350 
For more information on pricing, visit the Therapy Training Boston website. 

Contact:

To register click HERE

Internal Family Systems Therapy Embodying the Healing Wisdom

Presenter:

Dr. Richard Schwartz & Sarah Stewart, PsyD

Location:

Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health

57 Interlaken Road
Sturbridge, MA 01262

Schedule:

August 4 - 9th, 2019


Sunday 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm 
Monday 8:30 am - 11:30 am, 1:45 pm - 3:45 pm
Tuesday 8:30 am - 11:30 am, 1:45 pm - 3:45 pm. 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Wednesday 8:30 am - 11:30 am, 1:45 pm - 3:45 pm
Thursday 8:30 am - 11:30 am, 1:45 pm - 3:45 pm
Friday 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Description:

For everyone, including therapists, non-therapists, and seasoned IFS practitioners.

The world’s religions teach that there is an untarnished essence within us, a Self from which wisdom, healing, and spiritual energy flow. We rarely experience this Self because it is obscured by self-protective psychological mechanisms, or lost in the fear, pain, and shame of past trauma.

The Internal Family Systems (IFS) model helps you access the Self and bring its natural compassion and confidence into daily life. People who have used IFS report profound shifts in previously constraining feelings and beliefs. IFS introduces you to a detailed map of your psyche, including all subpersonalities and their inner conflicts. The Self then forms healing relationships with each of them.

Whether you want to deepen your skills or do personal work, this program offers the opportunity for transformative inner exploration and learning.

Fees:

$540.00 tuition, plus room & meals. 

Contact:

To learn more and register, please visit the Kripalu website.

A Spirit-Led Life: Christian Encounters with IFS

Presenter:

Mary Steege, MDiv, LMFT

Location:

Kanauga Conference Center
Hendersonville, North Carolina

Schedule:

Nov 3 – 8, 2019

Description:

Thru presentation, experiential exercises, contemplative practices and demonstrations, participants will:
     
•    Explore IFS from Christian perspectives.
•    Understand and apply the 8 C’s as a means for spiritual discernment.
•    Learn about spiritualizing, religious and Christ-Like parts.
•    Explore polarizations involving religious parts with burdens of fear/shame.
•    Glean the insights of IFS for incarnational theology.  

Retreats are open to IFS training graduates and others who are IFS informed, as well as non-participating companions. 

31 CEUs available for licensed professional counselors, licensed marriage and family therapists, and, in some states, licensed clinical social workers.  31 IFS CEUs also available.

Fees:

$1300 program, meals, housing
$500 deposit due upon registration

Contact:

For more information and an application, contact Mary Steege at marysteege@gmail.com, or 262-995-3161.

A Spirit-Led Life: Christian Encounters with IFS - Costa Rica

Presenter:

Mary Steege, MDiv, LMFT

Location:

Costa Rica

Schedule:

January 25 thru February 1, 2020

Description:

Thru presentation, experiential exercises, contemplative practices and demonstrations, participants will:
     
•    Explore IFS from Christian perspectives.
•    Understand and apply the 8 C’s as a means for spiritual discernment.
•    Learn about spiritualizing, religious and Christ-Like parts.
•    Explore polarizations involving religious parts with burdens of fear/shame.
•    Glean the insights of IFS for incarnational theology.  

Retreats are open to IFS training graduates and others who are IFS informed, as well as non-participating companions.

31 CEUs available for licensed professional counselors, licensed marriage and family therapists, and, in some states, licensed clinical social workers.  31 IFS CEUs also available.

Fees:

Starting under $2000
Includes program, meals, housing
$550 Deposit due upon registration

Contact:

For more information and an application, contact Mary Steege at marysteege@gmail.com, or 262-995-3161.