Healing Cultural Trauma with Internal Family Systems (IFS)

Healing Cultural Trauma with Internal Family Systems (IFS) digital course
14
May
$299.00 $74.00

Course Description

Healing Cultural Trauma with Internal Family Systems (IFS)

Salepage : Healing Cultural Trauma with Internal Family Systems (IFS)

Faculty:

Richard Schwartz, PhD |  Deran Young

Duration:

14 Hours 42 Minutes

Copyright:

May 01, 2020

Product Code:

IRS035232

Media Type:

Online Course

Module 1 Dr. Schwartz and Deran Young

Structure and prioritize interventions as client parts present in session

Assess and address the safety implications of material presented by individuals exposed to violent experiences

Utilize the reaction of therapist parts reactions to inform treatment interventions

Determine the impact of the four primary forms of collective legacy burdens as they relate to symptom presentation

Reduce the influence of cultural assumptions that disrupt therapeutic alliances

Apply treatment interventions that match client learning styles and relationship engagement

Module 2 Dr. Schwartz and Deran Young

Discuss collective legacy burdens in order to foster understanding and commitment to learning.

Assess culture and IFS parts to deepen the understanding of how they interact.

Evaluate how bringing mores self energy into our parts can help us connect and have compassion across various cultures

Explore the ways in which Intersectionality affects therapy in order to better improve treatment outcomes for clients with diverse backgrounds.

Module 3 Dr. Schwartz and Deran Young

Analyzes the role of legacy burdens as key factors in healing cultural trauma.

Investigates and elaborates on the 4 main legacy burdens of America: individualism, racism, patriarchy, and materialism.

Proposes resources to support self-awareness, cultural identity and to promote connection and compassion with those who have different experiences from our own.

Appraises the role of legacy burdens and demonstrates how to unburden a legacy burden via case study.

Module 4 Dr. Schwartz and Deran Young

Evaluate how the legacy burden of individualism influences culture and shows up in therapy and appraise how curiosity and self-compassion lead to connectedness with others.

How Legacy Burdens Show Up in the Therapy Room

Diversity Topics in Therapy

Richard Schwartz, PhDRelated seminars and products

IFS Institute

Richard Schwartz began his career as a systemic family therapist and an academic and he is now on the Faculty of the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He is also a Senior Fellow of the Meadows treatment center in Arizona. Grounded in systems thinking, Dr. Schwartz developed the Internal Family Systems (IFS) model in response to clients’ descriptions of various parts within themselves. In 2000, he founded the Center for Self Leadership (now IFS Institute – www.ifs-institute.com), which offers three levels of trainings and workshops in IFS for professionals and the general public, both in this country and abroad. A featured speaker for national professional organizations, Dr. Schwartz has published many books and over fifty articles about IFS.

Deran YoungRelated seminars and products

Growing up with an incarcerated father and a mother who struggled with mental illness and substance abuse, Deran gained knowledge and experience of discrimination, poverty, and social services at a very early age. It was no shock that she later decided to pursue a career as a helping professional.

After obtaining her Bachelors degree in Social Psychology, Deran moved to pursue a Masters in Public Administration and Masters in Social Work. While obtaining her Masters in Social Work at the University of Texas, she was blessed with an amazing opportunity to visit Ghana West Africa twice, first as a graduate assistant and second during a final field placement/internship.

During her six month stay in Ghana, Deran created a Guidance & Counseling Center at a High School in a neighborhood that has been historically identified as a population of lower socioeconomic status. During her work there, she also created a scholarship program titled “Choices” and conducted a cuiltural identity field trip for students to learn about African and African American History first hand. Although the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade has significant roots in Ghana, most citizens are not afforded the privilege to visit these historical sites due to financial difficulties and hardships. During this trip, fifteen students were able to visit the Cape Coast Slave Castle and the One African History Museum. Her passion for culture and diversity lead her to further explore issues of social justice and social psychology. Her current professional areas of expertise include International Social Work, Gender Issues and Trauma/Anxiety Disorders.

Deran created Black Therapists Rock as she noticed a gap in mentorship, knowledge sharing and unity among helping professionals. She saw this as an opportunity to organize counseling professionals towards ACTION in decreasing the stigma and other barriers to psychological and social well being among African Americans and other vulnerable populations.

Deran currently works/resides in Washington, DC with her five year old son. She has now visited over 32 countries (including recent trips to Vietnam, China, Japan, Singapore, Dubai and Oman with her little Nomad Jr.).

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