William Mannle

A Gestalt and Marriage & Family Therapist in private practice since 1994 and a leading International trainer and facilitator in Family Constellations since 2007.

He has been A valued member of the faculty for both the International Constellation Intensive in Germany and the Australasian Constellation Intensives over the past 5 years combining his trademark humour and lightness with his masterful teaching skills.

About William Mannle

CURRENT THEMES emerging Bills trainings that will be the foundation for the workshops he offers – Shame and unworthiness: These subjects have surfaced in almost every place/country I worked in. Taking in the parents as they are (Back to basics) I am finding so much resistance to people wanting to “take in” their parents, still.

Challenging myths and beliefs about “Who we Are,” “Who We Are Without Our Stories?” Working with the Shadow side of couple’s relationships.
Using what some would call a soul retrieval process in a constellation format to reconnect and heal with dissociated parts of us due to early childhood trauma.

EXPERIENCES that have shaped my work:
  • Working in a racially diverse halfway house for women finishing their prison sentences.
  • Six years of working with Adolescents & their families
  • Three years of Aikido training
  • Two years of Infant/Parent Psychotherapy Training
  • 6 months Intensive Training at the Post Traumatic Stress Center in New Haven Connecticut
  • Zen Meditation Practice
  • Working with various Masters of Constellations Work
  • Teaching Constellations in China
  • Fathering, and raising six children


EDUCATION and work experience
  • Gestalt and Marriage & Family Therapist in private practice 1994-Present
  • International trainer and facilitator in Family Constellations 2007-Present
  • Member of the Faculty of the International Constellations Intensive 2016-Present
  • Adjunct Faculty, Marriage & Family Therapy Program, Southern Connecticut State University 2005-
  • Child & Adolescent Program
  • Presented at the annual AIA Resource Center Conference, Washington, DC Working With the Effects of Trauma Early Childhood 2004
  • Presented at The Hincks-Dellcrest Institute, Toronto, Canada 1998 The Effectiveness of the Parent/Child Intervention, Watch, Wait and Wonder with substance abusing mothers and their children.

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