Workshop Description: (This workshop is open to all IFS Informed as well as IFS Level One trained participants.)
As human beings, emotion plays a major role in navigating our decisions, our relationships, and our overall wellbeing. Research shows that our language, recognition, and regulation of our emotions goes largely undeveloped during our lifetime. While the IFS Model helps in the identification and recognition of our internal family of Parts, there remains a need for further exploration and understanding of the role that emotions, needs, and somatic language plays in the inquiry process of the IFS Model.
In this four-hour workshop, we will explore the importance of language as it applies to emotions and needs and will incorporate a process of exploration into those various experiences in order to enhance greater emotional regulation, recognition, and communication – both internally and interpersonally.
The learning outcomes for this workshop include:
- Identifying the difference between emotions and moods
- Connection somatic language to emotional experiences
- Increasing ability to listen to and befriend emotions
- Unblending from critical and thinking Parts in relation to being with emotions
- Experientially exploring our own emotional landscape using the IFS “flesh it out” process
- Open to all IFS Informed as well as IFS Level One trained participants
- A basic understanding of the IFS model is required for this workshop.
- Time: 11:00am – 3:00pm EST
- Date: Tuesday, July 12th, 2022
- No CEUs offered for this introductory workshop
- Once registered, additional information will be sent via email
- Refund Policy: Cancellation and 100% refund is available up to seven days prior to the event. After seven days, there is a 50% refund. No refund within 24 hours of the event. Event registrations are nontransferrable. (ie. Registrations cannot be moved to another workshop if cancelled.)