This is Part 2 of a 2 part series with our guest, Uri Talmor (Gen X) and Kiki Canny returned to join our discussion about Internal Family Systems (IFS) based on the book, No Bad Parts, by Richard Schwartz, PhD. As we noted in Part 1, Kiki had recommended the book and as we read it, we realized it would be great to have an expert on the subject and Uri was that expert.
In Part 1, Uri, Kiki and I talked about what IFS was and the elements of the different roles within our parts. Uri explained why IFS works so well, and the benefits of the method.
We sure hope you enjoy the listen as much as you did Part 1!
1. The “being born good in the world” belief can be looked at best from a Polyvagal Theory perspective. A link is below to learn more.
2. We are such complex beings and we make judgements of others when we’re trying to control and by staying curious it can help us avoid labeling others.
3. IFS helps us reorganize our psyche. All three of us totally recommend the book, No Bad Parts. Try the audio to get his voice on the meditations.
Mentioned in the Episode:
No Bad Parts – Book by Richard C Schwartz, PhD
Part 1 Ep. 115 Inside Out: Unveiling the Layers of Internal Family Systems (IFS) with Uri Talmor
Part 2 Ep. 116 Inside Out: Unveiling the Layers of Internal Family Systems (IFS) with Uri Talmor
More About Uri:
Uri graduated from Naropa University's Transpersonal Counseling program and has been teaching there since 2013. A well-loved faculty member, teaching is the highlight of his professional career. His mission and passion are to help make the world a better place for all children. Everything he teaches is connected to this goal, and he is overjoyed for any opportunity to share helpful information that supports child wellness, especially models like IFS that address children's rights on the intra-psychic plane. He co-founded The Healed Healer Institute with his life partner and brilliant Enneagram career coach, Cherie Wilcox. The institute provides training opportunities for healing professionals to master the healing arts through their own healing and personal growth. When he's not seeing clients, supervising therapists, or teaching, he cherishes his time with his two wonderful daughters and amazing life partner.
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