In this second installment of the 7 Most Common Myths, we’ll look at what trips us up right from the start. It’s as simple as our Parts’ names. When you meet a real person, what’s the first thing you do? You say your name and ask for theirs, of course. In...
One of the most common myths of IFS is the idea that if we speak the magic words, healing will commence. In this third blog post of the IFS Myths Series, we are going to take a careful look at this myth because the truth is more complex than a simple RIGHT or WRONG....
If you’ve started meeting your Parts, this article is for you. Especially if you do Parts Mapping, or have begun a list of Protectors and Exiles. In this first post of my IFS Myths Series, you’ll discover why your list of Parts keeps growing and growing –...
Have you been getting stuck with internal family systems therapy (IFS) … even though you intuitively understand the approach? Chances are, you do get it. It’s a simple model. But, it’s likely you hold some beliefs about IFS that are simply not true. Most...
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