Parts & People: An Overview of the Internal Family Systems Model
Presented by HAM affiliate Karen Hardy, LCPC, CADC
Six CEUs (contact hours)
About This Training:
An evidence-based model of psychotherapy, Internal Family Systems is a way for people to understand themselves in a deeper way and offer insight about their relationships with others.
This interactive workshop will provide an overview of the Internal Family Systems model. Participants will have the opportunity to do some meditative, introspection work using this model, have the opportunity to ask questions, engage in discussion, and observe a recorded session.
If times allows, a live demonstration may be held for a member to experience the model first-hand while others observe.
Location: Online Event
Time: 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Dates: Monday, March 14, 2022 OR Friday, March 25, 2022
Cost: $59; FREE for HAM affiliates
Register here for the Monday, March 14 session!
Register here for the Friday, March 25 session!
About the Presenter:
Karen Hardy, LCPC, CADC, worked as a counselor for 20 years at the Connecticut Department of Corrections. Upon her retirement in 2011, she began a Master’s program at Cambridge College in Springfield, MA. She now holds a M.Ed. in counseling psychology.
Much of Karen’s work has been related to addiction and trauma treatments, as she believes there’s a strong correlation between the two issues. She also works with family members affected by a loved one’s addictive behaviors. Her personal experiences offer a unique perspective to her clients; she values each individual as they are and helps them envision an empowered future.