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Parts Work

Parts Work


As technology advances, so does our need for achieving optimum versions of ourselves. We are kind of obsessed with internal exploration, self-help and achieving health of mind and body. There is a huge cultural shift and as the stigma around therapy is broken down, there is a massive drive for self-compassion, self-care, self-acceptance and self-love. With giants in the field like Gabor Mate and Richard Schwartz, or big influencer type therapists like Nicole LePera, really pushing the need for self-enquiry and nurturing the self, parts work is becoming all the rage.

Lots of podcast hosts, writers, celebrities and influencers are talking about parts work, particularly IFS and how transformative it is. Wider audiences are gravitating towards quite an old and established aspect of therapy (parts work) under the guise of IFS and the renewed focus by clinicians is necessary in this space as it is an evidence-based approach after all.

In this session, Noosha Anzab will explore: 

  • A history of parts
  • The sense of self
  • What is a part, what does it look like, how do to identify a part
  • How to work with parts; how to acknowledge parts in therapy
  • How to facilitate the integration of parts work in therapy 
  • A practical approach to inviting parts into session 
  • When parts work isn’t appropriate 
  • The clinicians’ parts within the therapeutic relationship


About our presenter: Noosha Anzab

Noosha Anzab is a Psychologist who also holds Clinical Psychotherapy registration with PACFA. Like most, she wears multiple hats such as business owner, mother, daughter, sister, friend, coffee connoisseur, colleague and wife. 

Noosha is the Director of Psychfirst, a boutique psychology clinic located in the north-west of Sydney. She is compassionate and accepting, with an openness to her which allows her to work collaboratively and creatively with her clients. She takes a psychodynamic psychotherapy approach within the therapy space and wears a parts focussed lens. She believes parts work to provide valuable insight and a key component for resolving inner conflict.

“As a clinical psychotherapist I have been working from a parts lens for almost a decade and have seen many clients recover from psychological injuries through parts work. It’s incredibly healing and allows for the therapeutic dynamic to bloom, which is a significant contributor to therapeutic success.”

Webinar timing: 6:30 - 7:30 pm AEST

Access to the recording of this webinar: A recording of this webinar will be available through the CPD Webinar Library, but for the best experience and the opportunity to ask your questions, join us live. Everyone who registers will be advised via email as soon as the recording is available. Members have unlimited access to the recording, and non-members will have access for 6 months.

Wednesday, 08 May 2024
6:30 pm to 7:30 pm (AEST)
$0 - $30
1 CPD Points