Internal Family Systems Therapy: New Dimensions (Anglais) Relié – 19 mars 2013
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Internal family systems therapy, or IFS, is one of the fastest growing models of psychotherapy today. Focused on psychic multiplicity and the healing effects of compassion, this non-pathologizing therapy has been adopted by clinicians around the world. Internal Family Systems Therapy builds on Richard Schwartz’s foundational introductory texts, illustrating how the IFS protocol can be applied to a variety of therapy modalities and patient populations.Each chapter provides clear, practical guidance and clinical illustrations. While addressing questions from therapists who are exploring the model or wonder about its applicability, Internal Family Systems Therapy is also essential reading for knowledgeable IFS clinicians.
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Martha Sweezy, PhD, is the associate director and director of training for the dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) program at the Cambridge Health Alliance, a lecturer on psychiatry at Cambridge Health Alliance, Harvard Medical School, and assists at IFS trainings. She is the author of two articles on IFS, "Treating Trauma After Dialectical Behavioral Therapy" in the Journal of Psychotherapy Integration (2011, Vol. 21, No. 1, 90–102) and "The Teenager’s Confession: Regulating Shame in Internal Family Systems Therapy" in the American Journal of Psychotherapy (2011, Vol. 65, Issue 2, 179-188). She has a therapy and consultation practice in Northampton, Massachusetts.
Ellen L. Ziskind, LICSW, has been affiliated with Harvard Medical School at Cambridge Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Institute for Psychotherapy and Two Brattle Center, leading staff groups and doing group consultation. Currently she is on the faculty at Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy. IFS is an integral part of her work with individuals, couples and groups. She has a private practice in Brookline, Massachusetts.
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An amazing feat of the editors is to have taken 11 different writers' voices and made sure each is distinct and crystalline. As a writer myself, I'm thrilled by this skill in an editor. Too often, muddiness is clarified at the expense of individuality, but not in these essays.
The essays themselves cover various applications of the IFS principles in several different settings and client groups. Beginning with the practitioner's rationale for using IFS in her particular area of expertise, each finishes with case study examples. This is tremendously enlightening, as the reader can see exactly how the principles are put to task in a working session. And the book is alive with people.
I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in current developments in psychotherapy.
The basics of IFS are that multiplicity is normal (who doesn't have a running internal dialogue every day of life?)and that the key to mental health and integration is to use the resource of Self--the calm, loving, good, wise essence at the core of each person--to connect with and balance all the competing "parts" of the person into a harmonious "Self-led" whole. Really it is Mindfulness Plus--in that the subject enters a meditative mindful state under the guidance of the therapist, but then instead of just noticing thoughts, feelings, worries instead engages in healing dialogues with those "parts" from the open, caring Self place.
This book is really delightful in its presentation of the many different ways in which this "Self--parts" paradigm may be used for individual, couple, group, world, healing and transformation. A great contribution to the literature.
Internal Family Systems is a ground breaking, non-pathologizing method to free people from the limiting burdens of the past. This book is a very helpful aid in that project.
Some of the material might also be useful for clients--e.g., I think I'll excerpt from Toni's section on couples work.
Great stuff, well written. A lot of $$$...but worth it.