Leading Edge Coaching - Find the Love - 1 Month

Parts work is one of the most valuable aspects of working with clients. Even when not using parts work explicitly, you can track different voices and address them. This helps clients connect to their inner core of calm, creativity, confidence, and compassion.

Four Teleclasses on Thursday, October 15, 22, 29 and November 5, 12-1:30 pm EST.

  1. A New Map of the Psyche: Understanding how to work with the multiplicity of the mind and tap the power of the client’s divine core.
  2. Building Relationships with Protectors: Lasting change only happens with the permission and cooperation of the parts of us that are in charge of our safety and happiness.
  3. Healing Child Parts: Lasting transformation occurs when the protector parts witness the healing of the vulnerable parts they are protecting.
  4. Deepening Your Skill: Seeing a full-length demonstration illuminates how the model works with real people in real time.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand what parts of the psyche want
  • Help clients who seem stuck transform at the deepest levels
  • See what’s in the way as the way
  • Tap into your own core of calm, confidence, and wisdom

In this training you will learn:

  • the four cornerstones of parts work.
  • the five principles of working with parts.
  • about Self—the immaculate, intact, indestructible core of every human being, no matter how traumatized.
  • The three methods of working with parts: in-sight, direct access, and active imagination.

Parts work will deepen your trust in yourself, in your client, and in the process.

For coaches or therapists on a personal journey of awakening and who want to participate in healing the world. My mission helps wounded healers heal themselves so they can offer their greatest gifts to the world. I also help people with a social conscience bring compassion to their internal world so they can facilitate social justice more effectively in the external world.

Parts Work, as I use it and teach it, is based mostly on Internal Family Systems (IFS), which was developed by Richard C. Schwartz. Please read his article “The Larger Self,” which can be found here: http://www.selfleadership.org/the-larger-self.html.

If you are interested in more reading, look into the following three books, perhaps, in the order listed below:

1. Dorie Cameron, Why Did I Do That? This is simple, illustrated introduction to the IFS model. It looks like a children’s book—brief text and large pictures—but honors the beauty and complexity of the IFS model.

2. Richard C. Schwartz, Introduction to the Internal Family Systems Model. This is short, clear book on the IFS model by the man who developed the model. This will give you a deeper understanding than Dorie Cameron’s excellent but very brief introduction.

3. Jay Earley, Self-Therapy, 2nd ed. This longer book moves through the IFS model step by step and includes transcripts of real sessions that illustrate each step.

All three books are available at The Center for Self Leadership, the official IFS website, found here: http://www.selfleadership.org


Find the Love is the first module in a two module series, part one of Leading Edge Coaching. Module 2, Igniting Transformation with Body-Emotional Awareness: Expanding Your Palette of Coaching Tools with Richard Michaels, completes the series.  Each module is available for $195, or save when you buy the complete series (two modules) for $330.



Guthrie Sayen

Guthrie Sayen, PhD, PCC, trains coaches in the Coaching for Transformation program and works one-on-one with healers, helping them unwrap the gift of their pain so that they can heal others more deeply. As a Trained True Purpose Coach, he helps healers find their soul's purpose so they can make the difference they were designed to make. He is also trained in Voice Dialogue, Psychosynthesis, and Lucid Living.

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