Links / Resources
Below are some helpful resources I sometimes recommend to my clients. Please review these resources with a therapist to see if they will be appropriate for you.
IFS Free Online Resources
IFS Recorded Resources - Resources to guide and aid with Internal Family Systems Therapy
Self-Therapy- Jay Earley, PhD - An Audio program to indroduce the IFS Process both conceptually and experientially. Recommended for people who are on my wait list, in therapy with me, or are considering this form of therapy.
Basic IFS Meditations- Jay Earley, PhD - Guided meditations for experientially learning the basic concepts of IFS.
IFS Pattern Meditations - Jay Earley, PhD - IFS-based guided meditations for particular behavioral patterns.
Meditations for Self - Richard Schwartz, PhD - IFS-based guided meditations to support the therapeutic process.
IFS Written Resources
Common Behavioral Patterns- I also recommend Jay Earley's books on some of the most common patterns we see as therapists, such as:
Other Recorded Resources
Creating Positive Change- Traci Stein, PhD (Addiction & other unwanted habits)
Healthful Sleep- Belleruth Naparstek (Insomnia)
Healing Trauma- Belleruth Naparstek (PTSD, related depression)
Panic Attacks- Belleruth Naparstek
These recordings can also be found on HealthJourneys.com.
Self Therapy by Jay Earley, PhD - (a helpful book on the concepts/process of Internal Family Systems Therapy)
Anxiety and Phobia Workbook by Edmund J. Bourne, PhD - (a favorite for anxiety disorders- Behavioral Therapy)