|Manual - 2-Day Internal Family Systems (IFS) for Children and Adolescents (9.3 MB)||67 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Leslie Petruk, MA, LPC-S, NCC, BCC, is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 20 years of experience with individuals and families. Leslie is the director at The Stone Center for Counseling & Leadership in Charlotte, NC, and a clinical supervisor.
She is a certified IFS therapist and in the process of becoming an IFS assistant trainer. As a program assistant for the Center for Self Leadership (CSL), the IFS organization founded by IFS creator Richard Schwartz, PhD, Leslie has helped assist IFS workshops across the United States. She maintains a long affiliation with CSL and their passion to educate mental health professionals worldwide. Her clinical experience using IFS includes working with children, individuals, couples and families. She specializes in the application of IFS to parenting and working with children.
Her specialized training as a play therapist and marriage and family therapist serve her well in her focus with children, couples and individuals who are dealing with grief and loss, depression, anxiety, trauma, adjustment and relational issues. Additionally, she works with special needs children and their families, children and families experiencing divorce, and children with behavioral issues in school, for which she provides parenting consultation, coaching and school observation/remediation services.
Leslie offers consultation to therapists who are learning the IFS model and specializes in working with those who want to apply IFS in working with children and parents. For those who are ready to take the next step in the IFS model, she also offers individual and group consultation and supervision services for IFS therapists in training.
Financial: Leslie Petruk is the owner of The Stone Center for Counseling & Leadership. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Leslie Petruk is a member of the American Counseling Association; the Association for Play Therapy; the North Carolina Counseling Association; and the North Carolina Association for Play Therapy.
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DAY 1: The IFS Model Step by Step
Internal Family Systems (IFS) Model
Step 1: Identify, understand, connect
Step 2: Employ a Meditative Process, Mindfulness
Step 3: Work with Protective Parts
Step 4: Heal the Wound
Step 5: Integration
DAY 2: IFS for Children and Adolescents
IFS: A Non-Directive, Child-Centred Model
Incorporating IFS with Play Strategies
Trauma, Attachment, Behavioural Challenges, Anxiety, Depression
Bring IFS To Life in Your Clinical Practice
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