Try out the innovative treatment method called Internal Family Systems therapy


Our mind consists of multiple parts

The IFS (Internal Family Systems) therapy is based on the multiple mind paradigm, that is the assumption that our personality consists of parts called subpersonalities (i.e. Inner Critic, Inner Child, Slacker, Workaholic, Perfectionist, etc.).

You go through the whole process with your eyes closed. In the process, the therapist helps you to look into your inner world and get in touch with your parts. Entering into dialogue with subpersonalities which are the source of your destructive emotions and behaviours, you begin to establish relations with them and thus release emotional burdens and resolve inner conflicts.

IFS therapy can be used to treat:

Low self-esteem Chronic stress Shame and guilt Life crisis Bipolar disorder Addictions Post traumatic stress disorder Trauma Depression Neurosis Couple therapy Coping with grief and loss Phobias Compulsions Anorexia Bulimia
Low self-esteem Depression Shame and guilt Chronic stress Bipolar disorder Addictions Post traumatic stress disorder Trauma Phobias Life crisis Couple therapy Coping with grief and loss Neurosis Compulsions Anorexia Bulimia

IFS was created about 30 years ago by Richard Schwartz. Both in the United States and the United Kingdom, this method has become extremely popular, mainly due to the high efficiency and long-term results.

I am currently the only person in Poland, which accomplished all three levels of official training of Internal Family Systems Model. As an IFS Practitioner I am entitled to guide patients through the entire therapeutic process according to the IFS model.

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Meetings in Poznan (Poland) or online therapy via Skype
*Is online therapy a good idea? IFS therapy works very well in the case of cooperation via Skype. Almost the entire therapeutic process takes place with closed eyes, therefore eye contact is not necessary. I carry on IFS sessions on Skype for people from around the world and the effects of such work are not different from face-to-face meetings.