Working with Unattached Burdens in IFS Therapy
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You will learn:
- The existence of Unattached Burdens worldwide and throughout history,
- Porous mind and the implications of the existence of Unattached Burdens,
- Non-confrontational approach to working with Unattached Burdens,
- The crucial role of fear in working with Unattached Burdens.
This 1-hour webinar was live on April 25, 2023. After you sign up, we will send you an e-mail confirmation and then, up to a few days, an e-mail with the link to the recording
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Robert Falconer is a highly experienced IFS practitioner and teacher who has spent years focusing his deep spiritual practice and profound intellect on work with Unattached Burdens and Guides. He brings scholarly knowledge from extensive study, including readings and personal discussions with practitioners of diverse religious and spiritual traditions, that spans multiple cultures and time periods. His course provides an opportunity for therapists and practitioners interested in this realm of experience to benefit from the insights and in-session experience he has gained to learn to effectively work with these phenomena should they encounter them in their personal or professional work.Alexia Rothman, Ph.D., Certified IFS Therapist and IFS Speaker/Educator
As a pastoral councilor and minister i have been working at the boundary of psychology and religion for more than 30 years. Bob is an excellent guide in this terrain to use religious language, he is comfortable working with both demons and angels. His class on unattached burdens and guides was packed with information and deep understanding.Rachel Rivers, Minister, teacher and counselor
Bob Falconer is a scholar as well as a gifted and engaging teacher. His expertise in the field of unattached burdens is unmatched as he brings a vast theoretical and anthropological framework to the practical business of addressing these phenomenon in the therapeutic encounter.Derek P Scott, Founder and CEO, IFSCA
I have had the good fortune of Bob Falconer serving as a program assistant in IFS trainings for many years. Bob’s deep understanding of the Model, along with his clear and wise teaching, have made him an invaluable presence. When it comes to unattached burdens, Bob is one of the very best clinicians and perhaps the foremost researcher we have.Paul Ginterum, Ed.D, Co-founder of the Center for Psychotherapy and Wellness