Martha Sweezy
Martha Sweezy

Martha Sweezy, PhD, is Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, Program Consultant and Supervisor at Cambridge Health Alliance, and former Assistant Director and Director of Training for the Dialectical Behavior Therapy Program at Cambridge Health Alliance.
Martha Sweezy has published several books on IFS therapy, and has authored  articles & chapters like
. The Teenager’s Confession: Regulating Shame in Internal Family Systems Therapy _ AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOTH 2011
. Emotional Cannibalism: Shame in Action  - in innovations & elaborations - 2013
. Getting Unstuck (with Pam krause & Lawrence Rosenberg) - 2017
. What IFS Offers to the treatment of trauma (with Frank Anderson) - 2017

Martha has a therapy and consultation practice in Northampton, Massachusetts, and has a particular interest in how shame and guilt affect human behavior.

Martha Sweezy is also responsible for Titles like

1. Internal Family Systems New Dimensions (with Ellen Ziskind)- Routledge 2013 
2. Intimacy from the Inside Out: Courage and Compassion in Couple Therapy with - Toni Herbine-Blank  and  Donna M. Kerpelman - Routledge, 20153. innovations & elaborations in Internal Family Systems  … with Ellen Ziskind - 2017 by routledge.
4. Internal Family Systems Skills Training Manual: Trauma-Informed Treatment for Anxiety, Depression, PTSD & Substance Abuse, with Frank Anderson and Richard Schwartz - 2017 by PESI.
5. and more recently the Internal Family Systems Therapy Second Edition - with Dick Schwartz  - 2019 by Guilford

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