Treating Mind and Spirit as One

New to Internal Family Systems (IFS)? Here are the Basics …

Image: Internal Family Systems Institute Website IFS was developed in the 1980s by family therapist Richard Schwartz, Ph.D., when he noticed eating disorder patients were referring to the relationship between different parts of themselves in ways that mirrored how families organize themselves in systems thinking. He built the IFS model based upon his success applying read more

Spotlight on Dr. Richard Schwartz, PSI’s September Conference Keynote Speaker

“Exploring the Inner Addict in the Time of COVID: Addiction, Spirituality and Internal Family Systems” The Psychotherapy and Spirituality Institute (PSI) is thrilled to welcome one of the leading contributors to the field of psychotherapy today, Richard Schwartz, PhD, as this year’s keynote speaker for its annual conference, “Exploring the Inner Addict in the Time read more

10-week, research-based writing course led by Kim Schneiderman, LCSW

Have you ever noticed that the same type of person keeps showing up in your life and pushing all of your buttons? Why do these individuals and situations keep appearing in the storyline of your life? Is it just to senselessly aggravate you? If you answered “yes,” you may feel like a victim, and that read more

Sunday at Heavenly Rest Forum: Rev. Sarah McCaslin

How do we listen to God’s invitation to each of us? What are we supposed to be doing right now? How can we figure out what’s next in our lives? The Rev. Sarah McCaslin from the Psychotherapy & Spirituality Institute returns to continue our conversation about discernment and how we listen to the Spirit’s movement read more

Psychology Today Blog: “Searching for Hope on the Dark Side Destruction, rebirth and other lessons from the abyss” by Kim Schneiderman L.C.S.W., M.S.W

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