Parts, Polarities & Conflict Resolution
David Bresler, PhD, LAc & Marty Rossman, MD
CE Credit: 6.5
focuses on working with polarities, for when an inner
conflict is activated, at least two polar views are
involved, each with different aims, perspectives, values
The program explores how IGIsm
is used to resolve
such conflicts and negotiate an improved inner
Section I focuses on using the model of polarities as the
simplest form of inner conflict between the
"subpersonalities" or "ego states" which were discussed in
detail in the companion program, ATS/2A: Resistance and
In Section II, the concept of "subpersonalities" is further
explored as it relates to inner conflicts, especially in
the field of addictions.
Section III includes a demonstration of the concepts and
techniques described with a volunteers at a live workshop.
When you listen to this demonstration, pay special
attention to how the content-free language of interactive
guiding can help to facilitate the client's process.
In Section IV, we discuss how IGIsm
techniques can be
used to promote learning and change, and in Section V, we
focus on using IGIsm techniques to overcome
resistance for issues related to addictions and habit
Section VI includes a recording of a full session
demonstration using IGIsm techniques to
reconcile polarities that are in conflict, and the
debriefing session that followed it with a live audience.
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