Internal Family Systems
Your 'internal experience' refers to your subjective, internal world of thoughts, emotions, beliefs, sensations and perceptions. It includes your own unique conscious and unconscious mental and emotional states. Internal experience can be influenced by a range of factors, such as past experiences, cultural background, personality traits, and current life circumstances.
What is IFS Therapy?
IFS therapy focuses on the different parts of your internal experiences such as your thoughts, emotions and behaviors. It operates under the premise that these parts are often in conflict with one another, leading to mental and emotional distress.
The Benefits of IFS
By providing a safe and non-judgmental environment to explore your internal experience, IFS therapy can help you gain a deeper understanding and acceptance of yourself. The process of identifying and addressing conflicting parts can promote healing and lead to a greater sense of inner harmony and balance. Additionally, by learning to work with different parts of yourself, you can develop greater emotional regulation skills and experience a more authentic and integrated sense of self.