IFS therapy is an evidence-based psychotherapy that has been shown to cure many forms of mental illness. In particular, it has been used successfully in the treatment of PTSD and addiction, and there is evidence that it can be used in combination with medical treatments to treat pain caused by rheumatoid arthritis.
The key idea of IFS therapy is that the mind has many layers. Recent developments in neurology assert that the brain is made up of many interconnected parts and regions that work together. To find more about the IFS trauma therapy visit https://www.neshimahealing.com/internal-family-systems-ifs/.
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Once you have identified the parts in your system, IFS Therapy uses techniques to improve how the parts interact with each other and how they respond to external triggers.
By following certain steps it is possible to enter certain healing states. The IFS Therapy refers to this as the Self and one of the best descriptions I have come across is "absence of parts".
IFS was founded by Dr. Richard Schwartz and is designed to treat patients with severe trauma. This form of therapy is based on reuniting various elements of your personality that may have been disturbed by trauma.
IFS fosters connection and harmony in your mind so that everyone has a healthy role to play in supporting you as a balanced person.