Amy Weintraub and Kay Gardner create a safe and Self-nourishing environment where you will practice yoga tools to help you manage your mood as you learn to apply the IFS model.
Mingyur Rinpoche inspires us to become aware of suffering instead of falling into the river of suffering. Internal Family Systems offers a way to do that with our psychological parts. The Becoming Safely Embodied Skills give practical ways to do that.
The artist, Deb Koffman, created this installtion, “Love-Hate” exploring our internal dynamics by making them visually compelling. The installtion allows a shift in perspective which can give us different ways of experiencing the world.
Alice Rosen has written here on the blog before. Click here to read her post on the Hard Heart Revisited. When it comes to eating and weight related issues I suspect that many of us think that Manager-led eating and focusing upon weight loss is the way to go. This is the epitome of the Diet Mentality. […]
Paul Neustadt will give you concrete, loving ways to shift your parenting styles. A long time friend and colleague I respect his approach and his commitment to people. Parenting,like intimate partnership, often triggers an intense or uncomfortable reactivity in us that can make us feel out of control or ashamed of the way we […]
Teleconference seminar series of psychological parts of self