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Internal Family Systems Therapy [Format Kindle]

Richard C. Schwartz

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Applying family systems concepts to the intrapsychic realm, the Internal Family Systems (IFS) model proposes that individuals' subpersonalities interact and change in many of the same ways as do families and other human groups. Seasoned practitioner Richard C. Schwartz illuminates how parts of a person can form paralyzing inner alliances resembling the destructive coalitions found in dysfunctional families, and provides straightforward guidelines for incorporating the IFS model into treatment. A valuable text and clinical resource, the book demonstrates in step-by-step detail how therapists can help individuals, couples, and families tap core resources, bring balance and harmony to their subpersonalities, and feel more integrated, confident, and alive.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This book with permanently change your view of psychotherapy 16 août 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Internal Family Systems Therapy by Richard C. Schwartz represents the author's attempt at documenting a fascinating journey into the inner lives of clients. His model uniquely applies systems thinking to internal process, seeing our inner lives as yet another level of human systems. As I read this book, I was taken aback by how psychodynamics suddenly became coherent to me in a way that made intuitive and intellectual sense. Schwartz takes the reader through the development of the IFS model, and demonstrates how the therapy emerged from his interactions with his clients. He is successful in describing the step-by-step process of IFS therapy that is tied directly to the theory.
The IFS model assumes that we all are "multiple personalities", organized by a "self" that is compassionate, curious, and expansive. These sub-personalities, or "parts", are all good and are with us from birth. They are kept in balance and harmony through self-leadership. When the self is threatened by trauma or devaluation from the outside world, the parts protect the self from harm; in doing so, they also lose trust in the self's ability to provide leadership and safety. In "exiling" the self for its own protection, these parts become extreme and polarized; the parts that were hurt carry the burdens of pain and suffering ("exiles") that other parts (i.e., "managers" and "firefighters") try to keep out of conscious awareness through various roles and operations. This becomes a recursive system which feeds upon itself to create symptoms when a person is under stress. These parts, which have been forced into extreme roles, are often identified by mental health professionals as symptoms or "psychopathology". The IFS model assumes that the parts that have taken these extreme roles, when released from these roles, become non-extreme, valuable, and helpful to the person. The IFS model posits that through restoration of trust in the self by these extreme parts, the system's balance and harmony is restored. IFS therapy is a delicate, yet powerful process of restoring the Self in a position of leadership and of healing the wounded parts via the processes of "witnessing" and "unburdening".
After reading this book, I have witnessed Dr. Schwartz work with clients and have incorporated the principles in my own practice. My experience has been that most clients respond extremely well to the model and heal quickly. As a therapist, I have also grown personally and professionally. Dr. Schwartz has documented a major new innovation in the field through this book. It receives my highest endorsement!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A client's perspective 24 avril 2009
Par G. Palubiak - Publié sur Amazon.com
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IFS has been a godsend to me. As a victim of long-term, sometimes torturous sexual abuse as a child, I tried to fight my way out of my pain for decades. I bounced from therapist to therapist expecting nothing more than to find a few good coping techniques to get me through the rest of my life. But I FINALLY met a therapist who seemed to hold the key, IFS. We've been working with IFS for about 2+ years and the results I've enjoyed go beyond my wildest imagination. I've found a love of myself...part by part...that I can only describe as miraculous.

If you are a mental health professional then please do yourself and your clients a huge favor by exploring this model.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A "must have" book for those entering the counseling field. 28 août 2001
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Through personal application of the therapies described in this book, I found it to be profoundly enlightening. It shed bright lights on the origins of my own thoughts and self-talk. Experiencing the benefits of the therapies, seeing that they work, it provided the best form of teaching to me as to how it can be a valuable resource for helping one's self and for helping others. Having specialized in pastoral counseling while earning my Masters of Divinity degree, this book has done more to help me understand the multiple (and valuable) personalities all persons develop from childhood to adulthood and then how to use these therapies in a counseling setting. Its methods provide such a positive way of looking at ourselves, at other individuals, and at family dynamics. The concept of internal family systems therapy makes so much sense that I hope more therapists and counselors discover it, utilize it, and recommend it.
23 internautes sur 26 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Well written and interesting therapeutic model. 26 octobre 2005
Par J. Bottone - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Richard Schwartz clearly explains his therapeutic model of working with sub-personalities (parts) in a way that empowers the client to lead their lives from their Self instead of having one or more of their 'parts' run the show! Although I have intuitively been working this way in a gestalt framework, his model gives many guidelines to make this process smoother and avoid pitfalls in this type of work. An excellent guide.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fascinating and Helpful 15 août 2011
Par Aisling - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm a therapy client whose therapist had been using IFS-based techniques with me for some time, though I hadn't known what the name for it was. While I could appreciate some of what she was doing, I was also pretty resistant to the whole premise that I should be compassionate and curious about "parts" of me that frankly I just wished would go away. In my previous experiences with therapy, I had been taught to distinguish between my rational, adult inner voice, and a vulnerable, emotional child voice, which seemed to make logical sense to me, but with this approach to therapy I was being asked to develop caring relationships with internal parts of myself that were angry or destructive or otherwise unlikeable on the surface, and frankly that seemed completely absurd.

Despite my doubts, I stuck with it, and slowly things started to happen for me, and then when my therapist mentioned IFS by name, I found this book and all these pieces started to come together. Although the book is really a textbook for therapists, I found it quite readable as a client, and so many things began to make sense about what was happening to me in therapy, and what role I needed to play in the process for the technique to be really effective. Having a big picture sense of the IFS methodology was incredibly enlightening and helpful, and I've made all sorts of progress that I think would have been much slower had I not read the book.

I think that the book would also be readable for someone who wasn't either a therapist or a client in an IFS setting, but there are limited examples and case studies in the book, so some things might be a bit vague and theoretical. Although Jay Norick's book on Parts Psychology is not as rich or intellectual as this book (and is not on IFS per se), it is a nice companion book in the sense that the Noricks book is strictly made up of case studies, and I found that it increased my comfort level with having all these named characters running around my head.
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