Internal Family Systems Therapy Training

In Syntero’s Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapy training, attendees will be provided with an overview of the increasingly popular IFS Therapy model. The training will focus specifically on providing participants with a general understanding of the model, what sets it apart from similar approaches, and where to go for further training or resources. Attendees will leave having gained an understanding of the following:

  • An overview of the model and what it is all about
  • What distinguishes IFS from other models that conceptualize parts of self
  • The concept of self energy and the types of parts, with their respective roles according to IFS
  • The flow of the model
  • Where to go for more resources and further training

This training is approved for one CEU through the CSWMFT Board for counselors and social workers and will be facilitated by Syntero Clinical Site Manager Maggie Dangler, MSW, LISW-S.

Cost: $20 for community members; free for Syntero staff and interns

50+ Connections

Socially “connect” and learn from professionals who provide practical and resourceful information so we can “thrive” and not merely “survive” daily life. This is a relaxed and enjoyable forum, which encourages participation among attendees. This group meets from 1:00 – 2:15 PM and is facilitated by Syntero Older Adults Community Support Specialist Charity Eilerman. Any older adult in Columbus is welcome to attend.

  • April 15th – Connections Fun – Join in games and activities to connect with other participants. Upper Arlington Senior Center; Room 104

Participants must register and complete a waiver prior to participation. To register, please call the Upper Arlington Senior Center at 614-583-5320.

50+ Connections

Socially “connect” and learn from professionals who provide practical and resourceful information so we can “thrive” and not merely “survive” daily life. This is a relaxed and enjoyable forum, which encourages participation among attendees. This group meets from 1:00 – 2:15 PM and is facilitated by Syntero Older Adults Community Support Specialist Charity Eilerman. Any older adult in Columbus is welcome to attend.

  • April 1st – Open Discussion via Zoom

Participants must register and complete a waiver prior to participation. To register, please call the Upper Arlington Senior Center at 614-583-5320.

50+ Connections

Socially “connect” and learn from professionals who provide practical and resourceful information so we can “thrive” and not merely “survive” daily life. This is a relaxed and enjoyable forum, which encourages participation among attendees. This group meets from 1:00 – 2:15 PM and is facilitated by Syntero Older Adults Community Support Specialist Charity Eilerman. Any older adult in Columbus is welcome to attend.

  • March 18th –  Estate and Medicaid Planning – Gregory Port from the Ohio Center for Elder Law and Trusts will provide an overview of strategies to protect your assets and plan for the future. Upper Arlington Senior Center; Room 104

Participants must register and complete a waiver prior to participation. To register, please call the Upper Arlington Senior Center at 614-583-5320.

50+ Connections

Socially “connect” and learn from professionals who provide practical and resourceful information so we can “thrive” and not merely “survive” daily life. This is a relaxed and enjoyable forum, which encourages participation among attendees. This group meets from 1:00 – 2:15 PM and is facilitated by Syntero Older Adults Community Support Specialist Charity Eilerman. Any older adult in Columbus is welcome to attend.

  • March 4thOpen Discussion via Zoom

Participants must register and complete a waiver prior to participation. To register, please call the Upper Arlington Senior Center at 614-583-5320.

CollegeCountdown Soft Skills Development Workshop

Syntero is offering free, virtual workshops for high school seniors and college freshmen to help students develop the soft skills needed to excel in college and beyond.

College presents challenges that many academically strong students are not equipped to handle, such as disputes with roommates, seemingly insurmountable schedules and just adapting to a new environment. Additionally, the recent global pandemic has added a level of uncertainty.

CollegeCountdown helps students develop the soft skills needed to excel in the next phase of life!