IFS Level I Prep-Course: August 17-Sept 21, 2022

IFS Level I Prep-Course: August 17-Sept 21, 2022

IFS Level I Prep-Course
Teacher: Keith Miller, LICSW

This six-week experiential, online course for therapists and professional coaches gives you the opportunity to learn how to facilitate IFS sessions and get to know the most important feature of using IFS—applying it to your own unique system of parts.
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Wednesdays, 1 to 3 PM Eastern time
August 17 through September 21*

*Sept 7th class will be held Friday Sept 9 due to Rosh Hashanah


$399 if paid in full before August 5th
$424 if registering after August 5th or for option to pay in two installments of $212, (once at the start of class and second payment due on week three).

Commitment is expected for participation in every class with up to one expected absence, if necessary, although this is not ideal. See refund policy, below.

Refund Policy

If you decide not to take a class:
- If you cancel more than 2 days before the first class starts, you will receive a refund minus $50.
- If you cancel less than 2 days before the class starts, there is no refund.


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