Internal Family Therapy (IFS) involves two paradigms: diversity of thought and systems thinking. The first is to develop the understanding that humans have internal "parts" present in Freud's concepts of ego, id, and superego; in the analysis of transactions in object relations. The final paradigm applies the theory of family therapy to this part of the human being.
The general patterns of family interaction as well as the patterns of traumatic interactions between the insides of a person are similar to how a child from a dysfunctional family can be placed in a particular role. You can also get more information about ifs internal family systems therapy via https://www.neshimahealing.com/internal-family-systems-ifs/.
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