Friday, September 05, 2014

Shrink Rap Radio #419 – Internal Family Systems Therapy with Jay Earley PhD

Aside from Richard Schwartz, the creator of Internal Family Systems Therapy, no one has done more to make the ideas and techniques available to therapists and lay readers than Jay Earley (along with his wife and frequent co-author, Bonnie Weiss).

On this week's episode of Shrink Rap Radio, Dr. David Van Nuys interviews Dr. Jay Earley.

Shrink Rap Radio #419 – Internal Family Systems Therapy with Jay Earley PhD

A psychology podcast by David Van Nuys, Ph.D.
Posted on September 3, 2014
Copyright 2014: David Van Nuys, Ph.D.

Jay Earley

Jay Earley, PhD, is a psychotherapist, group leader, author, teacher, and theorist. He teaches Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) IFS to the general public as a practice for self-help and peer counseling. He also teaches a variety of classes and workshops applying IFS to specific psychological issues such as procrastination, communication, relationships, and the inner critic. He is the author of Self-Therapy: A Step-by-Step Guide to Inner Wholeness Using IFS, Freedom from Your Inner Critic, Resolving Inner Conflict, Working with Anger in IFS, and Negotiating for Self-Leadership in IFS. Jay Earley and Bonnie Weiss have published a series of audio products related to IFS, including IFS Courses, Guided Meditations, and Demonstration Sessions.

Jay has created the Pattern System, a method for understanding parts, behavior, healthy capacities, internal dynamics, and underlying psychological issues. It is useful for mapping the psyche, understanding how people act and relate to others, and guiding IFS work. He has published a book entitled The Pattern System, and a book Conflict, Care, and Love that helps you to understand your relationship patterns and transform them.

Jay is the creator of Self-Therapy Journey, a web application for psychological exploration and healing, which is based on IFS and the Pattern System.


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