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Redding CAMFT Monthly Meeting & Training

  • February 14, 2019
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • NVCSS 2400 Washington Ave

Please join us for our February Meeting

Come and enjoy a great presentation and networking all in one place!

Monthly RRC-CAMFT Chapter Meeting will be held at Northern Valley Catholic Social Services, 2400 Washington Avenue, Redding

Thursday, February 14, 12:00 to 1:30

Amy Brom, MSW, PSYD, Clinical Psychologist

will be presenting on Internal Family Systems

Dr. Amy Brom is a clinical psychologist and currently the Director of Integrated Behavioral Health at Shasta Community Health Center.  She has worked in mental health for the past 30 years, and spent the past 12 years working with Native Americans in two Indian Health Clinics in the North State.   Dr. Brom has also served as the Clinical Training Director for the Master of Arts in Counseling Program at Argosy University, and has trained and supervised MFTIs, ASWs, and Psychology Interns in the field for 14 years.   Amy began training in Internal Family Systems (IFS) with its founder, Dick Schwartz,  in 2012, and has participated in progressively advanced trainings most years since.  She has used IFS with individual clients, supervisees, and is specially trained in using IFS with couples. 

Internal Family Systems (IFS):

The Internal Family Systems Model (IFS) uses systems thinking and an understanding that we are all have different parts of ourselves that work both for and against our wellbeing.   IFS also sees people as being whole, underneath a collection of parts. Everyone has a true self or spiritual center, known as the Self to distinguish it from the parts. Even people whose experience is dominated by parts have access to this Self and its healing qualities of curiosity, connectedness, compassion, and calmness. IFS sees the therapist's job as helping the client to disentangle themselves from their parts and access the Self, which can then connect with each part and heal it, so that the parts can let go of their destructive roles and enter into a harmonious collaboration, led by the Self.

“This presentation will be an interactive introduction to identifying and distinguishing your parts and Self, and discussing how this knowledge can benefit your wellbeing, and how you can extend it to your clients.”




LUNCH IS SERVED (Suggested donation is $5.00)

For more information, contact CAMFT Program Coordinator, Teri Watts


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