The structure of these programs is completed with care and intention and best methods for learning how to do systemic family constellation work. They have been developed with precision, usability, and ease of learning in mind without sacrificing the best of the work. Our program is based on the phenomenological, philosophical approach originally developed by Bert Hellinger ,a German psychotherapist, who developed this method. Attention to skill development for the participant is of high importance. Personal development through interchanges with members of the program as well as one’s own family constellations is also valued. Theory as appropriate to match the phenomenon, is also focused upon.
The primary trainers of the program have extensive backgrounds in many theories and practices of psychotherapy. They also have extensive university teaching experience, agency work, and consultation skills. These trainers have also presented at national and international intensives of family and systemic constellation work. In addition to presentations at conferences, training programs, and public workshops they also have published articles on the topic of systemic and family constellations.
Our students, 90% who have advanced degrees, are solidly prepared and grounded in constellation work. The participants are exposed to couples, organizational, community, and nature constellations as well.
A significant number of our graduates are practicing systemic work. Some have been creative and adapted it to their primary work situations. Many seek supervision of their work as well as ongoing and advanced trainings to support their new positions as facilitators.
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