Experiential IFS Group Therapy for Clinicians

IFS Group Supervision Registration Form

 email carol@bareitercc.com for questions or to email your registration form

An Experiential Exploration of Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapy

© 1996 Eric Hanson, used by permission

Facilitator: Carol J. Hollandsworth, LCMHCS, LMFT, AAMFT-S, Certified IFS Therapist (She is an AAMFT approved supervisor and LCMHC supervisor in North and South Carolina)

Location: 1432 East 7th Street Charlotte, NC 28204

Date: July 17, 2021 (Saturday)

Time: 9-4; with breaks and one hour lunch

Registration: Required by one week prior to the event date – space is limited to keep the workshop as a group style, participatory training. (This program is only offered in-person).

Cost: $150

Learning Objectives:

  • To learn the basic tenets of the theory, goals and practice of Internal Family Systems (IFS). This will include a section on application to diverse populations / multicultural or religious considerations with clients.
  • Participants will receive an explanation of and examples of the concepts of Self and parts (managers, firefighters and exiles). This objective will instruct the students on application of the therapy to clients.
  • Exercises will be used for the participants to explore their core, authentic Self vs. their own protective (managers and firefighters) and wounded (exiles) parts. Self-exploration helps participants learn how to apply the model to clients.
  • Additionally, participants will learn methods of experiential therapy for use with IFS - this objective helps students adjust therapeutic methods based on styles of learning and other differences between clients.
    Techniques: group style format, experiential therapy techniques, teaching/didactic with handouts, and opportunities for practice and/or demonstrations

Contact Hours: 5 hours, approved by NBCC

Contact: 704.293.8163 or carol@bareitercc.com

About IFS: Internal Family Systems is an evidence-based model of therapy that is non-pathologizing and empowers the client to become Self-led and (for those of faith), Spirit-led. So often we are hijacked by aspects of ourselves in an attempt to protect or numb us from pain. This model helps clients get to the root wounded parts and help them heal.
About Carol: Carol is a certified IFS therapist; she has been practicing and studying the model since 2008. It is her passion to encourage growth of the Self of the therapist, help participants work with their therapist parts and deepen knowledge and application of IFS with clients. She has been a Program Assistant with IFS Level I training and presented on IFS in various venues.

In addition, Carol has training in psychodrama and experiential methods of therapy that may be included as an adjunct with IFS therapy.

IFS Group Supervision Registration Form

1432 East 7th Street
Charlotte, NC 28204


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