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IFS Workshops

November 2023


Introduction to IFS November 2023

A step by step guide to the skills of IFS. This series offers a highly experiential immersion into your own parts and working with clients

Dates: Australian times

4 x 3.5 hour sessions:

Saturdays: November 17th, 24th, December 1st & 8th


9:30am-1:00pm AEST / 9am-12:30pm ACST (Adelaide)

Trainer: Stephanie Mitchell 

Location: Online (Zoom)

April  2024

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Deepening skills in the IFS Model: 
Working with Complex Trauma -

An Interpersonal Neurobiologically informed Approach

  • Explore what therapeutic attunement looks like in the IFS Model

  • Learn the flow of the IFS model

  • Gain an understanding of working with protectors and exiles

  • Working with our own triggers and our own parts

  • Access and staying in Self energy in the therapy room 

  • Spaciousness for lots of questions

  • A group space that is held as a process group and self reflection is modelled and welcomed by the training team.

Starting in April 2024 


2 groups available:


  •  Australian and US/Canadian friendly times register here 

  • Australian and UK/Europe friendly times register here


Trainer: Stephanie Mitchell 

Location: Online (Zoom)

Pre-recorded workshops:


IFS as A Spiritual Path with Dick Schwartz

In this workshop, we explore the wider implications of the IFS journey with our parts. 

Recording now available for purchase!

3 hours workshop on Tuesday, March 15th, 2022

Trainer: Dick Schwartz

Location: Online (Zoom)

Recorded offering

  • Facebook
  • YouTube


"Stephanie offers a rare depth of palatable authenticity and compassion in her workshops"

"I so appreciated Stephanie's energetic, yet also patient, thoughtful and flexible teaching approach"

"Stephanie's way of holding the group and being present to each of us was a unique gift and provided such a deep experience for learning. Thankyou so much Stephanie"

"Stephanie models 'radical openness' in speaking for her experience and her parts. It allowed me to engage more in the training and felt like being able to embody what I was learning"

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