Retreat-style Level 1: Silver Spring, MD (545)

Retreat-style Level 1: Silver Spring, MD (545)

Location: Silver Spring Civic Center
8525 Fenton St.
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Schedule: On-Site Session 1: February 2-8, 2019
On-Site Session 2:  May 18-24, 2019
Teleconference 1:  March 20, 2019
Teleconference 2:  April 30, 2019
Trainers:
Lead Trainer, On-Site Session 1:  Nancy Sowell, MSW, LICSW
Lead Trainer, On-Site Session 2:  Chris Burris, LMFT, LPC
Assistant Trainer, On-Site Session 1:  Kathy Cox, LICSW
Assistant Trainer, On-Site Session 2:  Jory Agate, M.Div, MA

Brochure: View Brochure
To Apply:
Apply by Mail or Fax
CSL Training Coordinator: Maryanne@selfleadership.org
Discounts: The Center for Self Leadership is pleased to offer scholarships for this training.  Please see the FAQ page on this website for details.
CSL Additional Information:
This training is full with a waiting list.  
The training meets on a retreat-style schedule, though the training site is not a retreat center.  Please see the training's brochure for details about lodging options.

We are excited to collaborate with Black Therapists Rock for this inaugural CSL/BTR Level 1 IFS training.  CSL supports the mission of Black Therapists Rock and we're excited to join together in this effort to bring IFS training to marginalized and minority populations.  This training will include as many as 20 participants from BTR. BTR's vision is to elevate the conversation around Black Mental Health to a national platform that creates innovative resources and opportunities for healing.  BTR was created as an opportunity to organize community leaders, personal development experts, and clinical professionals towards action in decreasing the stigma and other barriers to mental health and emotional well-being.

The Center for Self Leadership, in its efforts to expand diversity and broaden inclusion within the IFS community among practitioners and the lay public, has created the IFS Organizational Training Program.  This is intended to bring IFS training to organizations that serve minority and marginalized populations.  Minority and marginalized populations include, but are not limited to traditionally under-represented racial groups, economically depressed communities, faith-based communities, LGTBQ communities, veterans, the homeless, those in drug/alcohol treatment, those with physical and developmental disabilities, and others.