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IFS Consultation


Neurobiology of Parts, Trauma, & Burdens

  • Neurobiology & Polyvagal Theory 

  • Trauma-Informed Care & Expertise

  • Structural Theory of Dissociation


All Cases Welcome

  • Complex Trauma & Dissociation

  • Eating Disorders & Body Image

  • Anxiety, Phobia, & Panic

  • Obsessions, OCD, & Related Disorders

  • Unresolved Grief & Depression

  • Borderline Personality, Self-harm, & Suicidal 

  • Empaths, Healers, & Neurodivergent populations

Deepen Core IFS Skills 

Create internal relationships using the 6 F's. This is a powerful way to begin the 'unblending' phase of IFS, externalize the inner experience, and help clients to better regulate their emotions.


Find the part or trailhead in and around your body. Understand where it needs your attention.


Focus In. Turn your attention inward, towards the part, sensation, or feeling, etc.  Be open, and curious, and begin to describe what you are noticing. 

Flesh out. Learn about the part. Learn to be curious and ask IFS-informed questions. 

Feel Towards. How do you feel towards the part, sensation, etc? Watch for Self qualities. Learn how to work with protectors. Different parts often need to feel heard and noticed.


Befriend the part by finding out more about it. Build internal cooperation. Indirect: Self to part. Direct: Part to a therapist. Learn more. 

Fear Finding. Find what the concerns are. What creates fear for this part that makes it act the way that it does? 

Self-Energy & Beyond

  • Basic, Advanced & Specialized techniques​

  • BIPOC Awareness

  • Cultural Considerations & Competencies

  • Legacy Burdens

  • Combination of IFS, Structural Theory of Dissociation, & Parts Work

  • Attachment theory and conceptualization

  • Early Trauma Work and more...


Professional Self-Care

  • Self-Energy & Resiliency

  • Compassion Fatigue & Self-awareness

  • Transference & Countertransference


IFS Core Self Qualities​

  • Curiosity. Being open-hearted & willing to listen. Asking questions to learn more about ourselves and others, being less defensive.

  • Compassion. Understanding & caring about others. Having empathy & wanting to help others where you can.

  • Calm. Whatever happens in life you are along for the ride & feeling peace with the ups & downs.

  • Connection. Feeling accepted & safe being you. Being with & doing things you feel connected to.

  • Creativity. Expressing inspiration & joy. Being willing to find new solutions to your issues. 

  • Clarity. Gaining deeper insight & seeing things for what they really are. 

  • Confidence. Whatever happens, you are capable of handling it, because you can trust yourself to do the best you can and that is good enough.

  • Courage. Facing what comes your way even when you are scared. Doing what is right and standing up for what you believe in.

IFS Therapy & IFS-Institute

Approved Clinical Consultant

& Certified Therapist

Healing Through Acceptance

Discover the transformative power of Internal Family Systems, commonly known as IFS therapy — a therapeutic approach that embraces a non-pathologizing perspective.


Gazing through a heart-centered lens, IFS empowers you to cultivate a deep acceptance of all the diverse facets of your personality, laying the foundation for profound and enduring transformation.

IFS honors and guides you to tap into your CORE SELF, leveraging the qualities of compassion, curiosity, clarity, calm, connectedness, courage, confidence, and creativity. These qualities become the guiding lights illuminating the path toward self-discovery and healing.

This empowering journey unfolds, paving the way to a profound self-love and understanding. As you embark on this transformative process, you'll learn how to nurture and assist the wounded parts of your soul, providing them with the corrective experiences necessary for healing past traumas. IFS goes beyond mere therapy; it's a journey of self-discovery, compassion, and lasting change.

All Parts Welcome Exercise

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Benefits to IFS Therapy

Self-Energy Creates a Powerful Healing Space

  • Develops self-leadership to achieve inner cooperation and balance

  • Promotes self-compassion

  • Views depression, dissociation, and other symptoms as normal reactions to trauma & distress

  • Gives you a better understanding of your Core Self

  • Prepares you for the ups and downs of being human

  • Empowers you to move forward and love yourself more

  • Helps you heal deep wounds from your past

  • Learn what is most meaningful and fulfilling to you

  • Changes unwanted patterns more holistically

  • Opportunity to try a different treatment option 

  • Builds more internal trust so you can rely on yourself more

  • Gently and creatively reduces inner conflict that keeps you stuck

  • and more...

Goals of IFS Therapy

  1. To liberate parts from roles they have been forced into, freeing them to be whom they were designed to be.

  2. To restore faith in the self and in Self-leadership.

  3. To re-harmonize the inner system.

  4. To encourage the client to become increasingly self-led in their interactions with the world.

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With Love, AGLOW!

“I'm not a mess but a deeply feeling person in a messy world. I explain that now, when someone asks me why I cry so often, I say, 'For the same reason I laugh so often--because I'm paying attention.' I tell them that we can choose to be perfect and admired or to be real and loved. We must decide.”

-Glennon Doyle Melton

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