Introducing some of the Guest Presenters for 2019
Caroline runs a systemic consultancy, working with clients on innovation and growth. Her work enables her to explore her passion for systemic business development – using systemic principles and techniques to help her clients to grow their businesses.
Caroline does a great deal of work with clients on how they are relating to their markets. Having worked in conventional market research, she finds that systemic explorations are a more powerful way to help her clients to find buying energy and client flow for the work that is most purposeful for them.
Caroline has led creativity, growth and change in corporate, entrepreneurial and creative organisations, including Morgan Stanley, a pre-IPO green energy company commercializing technology from the European space programme, and English National Opera.
Caroline’s consulting clients include entrepreneurs, technical and social innovators, and artists in Europe, the USA and Asia.
Caroline has been involved in systemic work since 2000. She offers systemic trainings in London and by invitation around the world.
SARAH KERR, PhD – Canada
As a Death Doula and Ritual Healing Practitioner, Sarah helps her clients integrate experiences of illness, death and loss.
Sarah’s work draws on ancient wisdom teachings, naturebased spirituality, sacred sciences, and the richness of the human soul. Her practices support each member of the family to find healing and balance — before, during and after a death.
Sarah’s PhD research explored ways that modern, Western people can restore and re-create meaningful rituals for significant life transitions. She’s been a student of energetic and shamanic healing modalities since 2000.
“My passion is creating spaces where all the emotions that emerge around death and loss can be honoured, so we can integrate difficult experiences and move through them smoothly. When we meet endings in our lives this way, beautiful things become possible, even with the pain.”
Tanja is the founder of African Constellations and over the past 15 years has training hundreds of facilitators from around the African continent and is the current chairperson of the Systems Constellations Association of South Africa. A counselling psychologist she has immersed herself and specialised deeply into Family and Systems Constellations and has presented, lectured and published papers and chapters both locally and internationally in the subject of Systemic Constellations.
Her personal and professional journey in therapy has evolved her interest in process oriented art, narrative therapy, wilderness experience and learning about lineage wisdom based in Southern African traditions. As well as private practice, Tanja has therapeutic and organisational consulting experience in multicultural NGO and corporate settings in South Africa, including organisations involved with HIV, trauma, political violence, education, adoption, and addiction.
A particular interest for her is embodied practice and re-membering our connection to the land and ancient ways of knowing. She is committed to practising with integrity, authenticity and in a way that empowers her clients. She lives in Cape Town, South Africa with her husband and two young children.
Elena has been practicing and teaching Constellations for the past 12 years, working in Russia, Germany and the USA, having received comprehensive education by Bert Hellinger and many other German masters and institutes.
With strong influences from her cultural background Elena naturally developed her own innovative style of practicing and teaching Constellations, which now belongs to one of the principal styles in Russia. Founder and CEO of the professional conference “Open Field” that gathers facilitators from all over Russia to share their skills.
She also runs the Facebook constellation community which brings together over 12000 people. Elena is ISCA member since 2008