Faculty member Yildiz Sethi offers these insightful articles on Systemic/Family Constellations enjoy, we hope you will join us for the 6th Australasian Constellation Intensive in March 2020.
Ah Fung – Hong Kong
Ah Fung (Lap Fung Cheng) master facillitator of both Organizational Constellations as well as Family Constellations offers a metaphor for understanding how Constellations work.
You will also find his articles from The Knowing Field (click links below to download PDF)
Transgenerational Healing with Stephan Hausner
Dr.St. Just is a systemically oriented social traumatologist who holds advanced degrees from WISR and the University of California at Berkeley. She is also a cultural historian, trauma specialist and somatic educator who specializes in developing multi-modal, cross cultural methods for trauma education and recovery. Her master’s and doctoral theses written during her years at WISR evolved into a first book Relative Balance in an Unstable World : A Search for New Models for Trauma Education and Recovery.
Check out her blog page for more information.
The Keynote Speech at the North American Conference by Dr Karl-Heinz Rauscher and Anngwyn St Just
Dr. Karl-Heinz Rauscher gave this keynote speech in “Collective Healing” at the North American Systemic Constellations Conference on Oct. 7, 2017 in Virginia Beach, Va. The theme of the conference was “Bridging the Divide: Healing the Personal and Collective Soul.”
Click here to read the full transcript of the keynote speech.
Interview Part 1 What is a Family Constellation
Interview with Svagito Liebermeister, expert in family constellation
A Principle of Trauma Healing and Personal Growth
Svagito Liebermeister in China About Family Constellations
Find Solutions to complex problems in a very short period of time
Sarah Peyton explains what Interpersonal Neurobiology is, introduces Matthew Lieberman’s research on the effect of empathy on the brain using functional MRIs, explains our how Emotional Alarm System works, and shares what we can do to restore presence and calm after we experience an emotional alarm.