Central Connecticut State University 2014 ©
Friday, June 9, 2017
4 - 7pm
CCSU Main Campus
Marcus White Living Room
No CCSU discount available
Come discover the gifts that our exiles have for us. These gifts include understanding the positive ways our exiles have shaped the priorities of our lives and how by holding on to the burden they enabled the rest of our parts to go on with our lives. In addition, when we help exiles unburden, they can help us reconnect with our True Self and the unique qualities and gifts we have to offer the world.
What You’ll Learn:
The meaning of the True Self and how it fits in the IFS model.
How to identify the exile's gifts and how it fits with the process of unburdening.
Questions and suggestions that facilitate clients being able to discover the gifts of their exiles.
Practice utilizing these questions and suggestions
Paul Neustadt, MSS, LICSW, is an IFS Trainer and AAMFT Approved Supervisor. His private practice specializes in couples therapy, parent coaching and IFS consultation. He co-leads a seminar for level 1 graduates; deepening the skills learned in level 1. Paul was director of a community counseling and prevention program for children, teens and their families for 17 years, has taught MFT graduate courses and worked in community mental health. Paul creates a safe, accepting atmosphere, attends thoughtfully to group process and ensures that all parts are welcome. He is known for his clear, down to earth, and open-hearted manner.