You are invited to provide your feedback & tickets for Foundation-led presentation of Good Grief show in Boston are now available.


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A brief communiqué from your Foundation for Self Leadership

To spread the notion that we each have within the wisdom we need to guide us effectively through life. And that we can tap into it by addressing lingering needs of various aspects of ourselves. This is a key element of the Foundation's mission.

Share Thoughts & Insights 
The shared vision of bringing IFS to world is a major undertaking, a significant three-pronged collaboration between the IFS Institute, the Foundation for Self Leadership, and the IFS community of practitioners (individuals using the model in their work as they serve others and/or in their own lives).  

In this "engagement diamond,"
the individual and collective contributions of members of the IFS community can never be overstated. The Foundation needs to hear from you on a regular basis in order to enhance the effectiveness of our programs and keep us attuned to the community.

Responses to a 2018 community survey provided valuable insights and data that informed the Foundation's planning and decision-making. The IFS community is invited to take a relatively short 2020 community survey.


You will be asked for your opinion and perceptions on the Foundation's efforts to promote the paradigm and protocol of IFS through research, advocacy, and service to communities in need. Please take a few moments to complete this feedback survey.

With much appreciation for your time and thoughts.
Good Grief Show in Boston
Given the enthusiastic response at the IFS Conference in Denver to the theatrical dance show Good Grief, sponsored through the Foundation with individual gifts and a grant from the New England for the Arts, the show will be presented this month in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Three Shows: February 14 & 15 at 7 pm | February 16 at 2 pm | Emerson Tufte Performance & Production Center Greene Theater (10 Boylston Place 6th floor, Boston, MA 02116)
Box Office: 617-824-8400


The IFS-inspired show by Everett Company features stories of individuals addressing their trauma through mind explorations and dance movements. It has received wide acclaim from art reviews and the IFS community.

Good Grief is again sponsored through the Foundation, thanks to another special grant from the New England Foundation for the Arts' National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
The production of the show was additionally made possible  by 
The MAP Fund and the National Endowment for the Arts.

If you desire to be involved, please write us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The Foundation is now seeking social-media support. And there are many ways to engage with the Foundation as volunteers and associates. We'd love to hear from you.
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