IFS Case Discussion
From May to September 2020, case Discussion sessions with Cece Sykes, IFS lead trainer, and Kate Lingren, IFIO Lead Trainer.
Each session will last up to 90 minutes, and you can present your one clinical cases.
The sessions will take place on Zoom Platform.
Save the dates:
May 12th: Cece Sykes
May 26th: Kate Lingren
June 9th: Cece Sykes
June 23rd: Kate Lingren
July 14th: Cece Sykes
Sept 15th: Cece Sykes
Cece Sykes dates: 12th May, 9th June, 14th July, 15th September
Kate Lingren dates: 26th May , 23rd June
Time Zones: 9.30pm GMT+1 | 4.30pm ET
Cece Sykes, LCSW, ACSW; IFS Senior Trainer, US and international. Contributed to Levels 1 and 2 IFS training manuals and teaches L1 as well as L2 Trauma and Addiction. Cece has over thirty years of clinical experience working with individuals, couples and families, specializing in work with the effects of trauma and addiction. Her chapter on compassionate approaches to addictive process appears in IFS: Innovations and Elaborations, 2016, Routledge. Cece also has special interests in spiritual practices intersecting with therapy and in the impact of psychotherapy upon the life of the therapist and she lectures, consults and and leads workshops on all of these topics. Cece lives and works in the city of Chicago.
Kate Lingren in a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in private practice with over 30 years of experience.
She is a Certified IFS (Internal Family Systems) therapist and on the faculty of Intimacy From the Inside Out (using IFS in couples work) as a Lead Trainer.
She is also on the faculty of Boston College School of Social Work, where she teaches a class on IFS.
Most recently she has been on a quest to discover, welcome and heal her parts that hold both explicit and implicit biases in an effort to more fully embody her true Self.
Kate lives and practices in the Boston area and in Martha’s Vineyard.
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