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Existential-Humanistic Institute, Inc. A California Benefit Corp
Online Via Zoom
Facilitated by EHNW Affiliate, Frank Canepa, Professional Counselor Associate
Join EHNW for an informal discussion about Internal Family Systems and how this model relates to the E-H perspective.
Internal Family Systems is a therapy model that conceptualizes all people as having an “inner family” made up of parts and the Self. These parts are considered full personalities, not one dimensional characters, that each have their own story and may need healing/unburdening. The “Self” is an inherent inner healer that does not get damaged in the same way as parts; it is resilient. We will discuss IFS concepts and interventions.
Material to be discussed:
Frank Canepa, Professional Counselor Associate, has a background in philosophy and a special interest in integrating an Existential-Humanistic foundation with the Internal Family Systems model of the person. He works in Beaverton, Oregon. In addition to being a therapist, Frank is a musician, father, husband, and lover of stories.