For all its joys, parenting is often a roller coaster of challenges. Even when parents are at the top of their game, the most routine curveballs—quarreling siblings, a child’s public meltdown, or a phone call from a teacher—can trigger unresolved shame, guilt, or anger. But the Internal Family Systems (IFS) approach can help parents more fully understand and heal the wounds their children will inevitably evoke in them, allowing them to better set healthy limits while also creating a more nurturing family environment. You’ll discover how to help parents:
Frank Anderson, MD, is a psychiatrist and psychotherapist. He’s the program consultant for the IFS Institute.
Note: This is workshop is live.