Embodied IFS in the Twin Cities

This fall, certified IFS therapist and consultant Robyn Lending Halsten will offer an in-person consultation group in Embodied IFS right here in the twin cities. I’ll be there — read more about the group here.

Embodied IFS in the Twin Cities
Robyn Lending Halsten

This fall, certified IFS therapist and consultant Robyn Lending Halsten will share her decades of experience in Dance/Movement Therapy, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (SP) and the Discipline of Authentic Movement (DAM) with other Twin Cities IFS practitioners — including me! — in a new monthly consultation group.

Twin Cities Monthly In-Person Embodied IFS Case Consultation Group Forming

Facilitated by Robyn Lending Halsten, MA, LPC (WI), LPCC (MN), BC-DMT

About the group

Each session will incorporate movement-based experientials to foster a deeper connection for growth and healing for both the provider and client.   Connecting with Self and parts as they arise in relationship to the client will be explored.  Participants will have the opportunity to integrate the IFS model through a neurobiological, somatic perspective that does not solely rely on verbal language for parts and Self to be revealed, expressed, and integrated. The first hour will be experiential and the second hour will focus on case consultation. No prior movement experience necessary.


  • WHO For Level 1 trained or equivalent IFS therapists and practitioners
  • WHEN September 8, 2023 to January 12, 2024, on the second Friday of every month from 10:00 a.m. to noon Central
  • HOW MUCH $150 per session ($750 total)—commitment to pay the 5 sessions required. Limited to 8 participants. Deposit of $150 due by July 15, balance due by September 1

About Robyn

Robyn is a certified IFS therapist and consultant, board certified dance/movement therapist and is trained in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and the Authentic Movement. She has been integrating IFS into her therapy practice for over 30 years and was formerly trained in the model by Dick Schwartz and Susan McConnell in 1999. She has worked with children, teens, and adults in a variety of settings and is currently in private practice where she provides therapy, supervision and consultation.