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Click to edit Master subtitle style Conflict and Healthy Relationships Kathleen R. Gilbert, Ph.D Spring 2010
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Underlying all relationships Healthy balance of individuation and attachment Emotional skills (both partners in relationship, or reasonable accommodation by one of the other) Communication skills Ability to empathize Positive climate maintained Each person brings a unique internal
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The Internal Family System Combines ideas behind family systems and the idea of the multiplicity of the mind In each person, Schwartz identified: Subpersonalities or “Parts” Exiles – parts that contain pain, fear and sadness from past hurful experiences Managers – parts that attempt to protect and contain the exiles Firefighters – parts that take action to ‘put out fires of feelings associated with exiles that emerge
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What are the implications of the IFS for interpersonal relationships? How can you use this concept to modify
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