Nov 12, 2020
Have you ever wondered what IFS (Internal Family Systems) therapy would be like as a childhood trauma survivor? Does the idea of “talking to your parts” totally intrigue you? If so, you’re going to love hearing Justin Martin explain IFS as a model of therapeutic support and describe why using this modality can be so transformative. In this two-session conversation, Tanner tries the IFS approach independently herself for the first time and unpacks her experience with Justin. Justin shares details about how IFS facilitates a healing process, the role of the therapist as a facilitator, how to explore the approach step-by-step, and why our partners cannot be the primary source for healing our “exiles.” You’re not going to want to miss all these insights. IFS might just foster your next milestone breakthrough in your recovery journey.
Want to discover the imprint of trauma on your everyday life? Complete "WOUNDED: How to Heal the Invisible Scars of Childhood Trauma" Tanner's on-demand trauma recovery training created by and for survivors just like you. Register HERE.
And here's the clip of Toothless and Hiccup I mention in the episode.