On December 7-9, 2018, Dr. Richard Schwartz, Dr. Percy Ballard, Kate Lingren, LICSW, and David Hoffman, Esq. will present a workshop for lawyers, mediators, and others on the use of the Internal Family Systems model to understand and manage implicit bias. The first day of the workshop will provide an introduction to the IFS model (and is optional for people who are already well versed in the use of IFS) and the last two days will focus on how IFS helps professionals work with the bias of our clients and our own biases. For more information, please click here.
*No prior IFS training required. If you have attended past IFS programs, feel free to register for the 1.5 day option.*
When: Friday, December 7, 2018 – December 9, 2018 (Friday and Saturday – 9AM-5PM; Sunday – 9AM-12PM) – 2.5 Day Program
Welcome, Introductions and Overview of the Training
Introduction to the IFS Model and Demonstration
Applying the IFS Model in Resolving Conflicts
What is Implicit Bias?
Applying the IFS Model to Implicit Bias – Overview
Accessing Our Self Energy
Working with Our Own Bigoted Parts
Working with Implicit Bias in Others
Helping Our Clients Access Self Energy and Working with Their Bigoted Parts
If you are in need of financial assistance, please email Jgoodman@blc.law with a brief summary of your background and why you are applying for a scholarship.
Refund Policy: We provide full refunds up to 7 days before the program. After that deadline, you may use your registration towards another BLCI program up to 12 months from the date of the missed program.