This talked was delivered by Rukmini Iyer, Director, Exult! Solutions (www.exult-solutions.com) at HELP Library, Mumbai in January 2016.
In this talk (Part 5 of the series), we delve deep into one of our parts that often consumes a lot of space in our internal family – the part that is called Anxiety. Anxiety as a Protector can be very draining and unresourceful. The speaker delves into the process of interacting with our anxious part to release the positive resources the part holds.
This talk was delivered by Rukmini Iyer, Director, Exult! Solutions (www.exult-solutions.com) at HELP Library, Mumbai in Dec 2015.
In this talk (Part 4 of the series), we aim to deep dive into the language of the parts. The premise of the Internal Family Systems (IFS) model of therapy is that each of us are made up of parts that hold various roles within us and that each of these parts have a useful intention for us. It is possible that some of these parts may drive us towards dysfunctional choices and behaviours. However, once we understand and engage with the intention of the part, it is possible to rectify unresourceful behaviours. In this talk, the speaker explores the language that one can use while engaging with the parts, so as to make the internal dialogue effective and purposeful.