I am trained in Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy, which is a wonderful way to work with all the various parts of ourselves. I have found that this is extremely important in psychotherapy, as no person is one dimensional. Integrating the various parts of ourselves, and getting them to work together in more harmony can be very healing.
When we go through life and experience stressors and trauma, some parts of ourselves can become very wounded, and some parts can become quite extreme in how they cope with the wounding. IFS is a beautiful model that helps to heal the wounding that some parts hold, and relax the parts that work so hard to keep that wounding at bay.
Here is a video of Dr. Richard Schwartz, creator of IFS, discussing what this model is: Overview of IFS
I love to blend IFS with some of the other modalities that I use including EMDR Therapy and Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy.