Find 9 therapists practicing IFS: Internal Family Systems
Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy is a psychotherapeutic approach aimed at promoting self-leadership and self-compassion by facilitating communication and cooperation between an individual's internal "parts" or subpersonalities.
Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy is a psychotherapeutic approach that views an individual as a system of multiple "parts" or subpersonalities, each with its own unique qualities, emotions, and experiences. The goal of IFS therapy is to help the individual identify and understand these parts and to facilitate communication and cooperation between them, leading to a more harmonious and integrated internal system and reduced symptoms such as anxiety, depression, and interpersonal conflict. The therapist acts as a facilitator in this process, helping the client access and explore their internal parts and promoting self-leadership and self-compassion.