IFS Case Discussion
From November to February, 4 case Discussion sessions will take place with Paul Neustadt, IFS lead trainer.
Each session will last up to 90 minutes, and you can present your one clinical cases.
Written case reports needed to present a case.
Case Role Playing and Therapists parts work will be the dominant approach.
The sessions will take place on Zoom.
Here the dates:
Time Zones: 9.30pm GMT+1 | 4.30pm ET
Paul Neustadt, MSS, LICSW, is a senior IFS Co-Lead Trainer and AAMFT Approved Supervisor.
In his private practice he specializes in couples therapy, parent coaching, and IFS consultation.
He co-leads a monthly seminar for level 1 graduates focused on integrating the skills learned in level 1.
He has led workshops on:
-Self Led Parenting
-the Therapeutic Relationship in IFS
-Direct Access: An Essential Skill of IFS
-IFS and Climate Change
-The Power of Presence in IFS Therapy: Transforming our Reactivity to Challenging Clients and Deepening our Capacity to be Present and Attuned
-The Gifts of Our Exiles
For 17 years he was director of a community counseling and prevention program for children, adolescents, and their families.
Paul has also worked in a college counseling center and community mental health center, and taught couples and family therapy in a family therapy institute and two graduate programs.
As an IFS trainer, 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.