Wishing you a very Happy New Year.
We have a great year planned at CSC, that we would like to share with you.
As well as our usual core trainings (please note: the next Foundation Training starts in June), we will be hosting two international speaker events this year. Stephan Hausner's Illness & Health in Constellation Work is just around the corner on the weekend of 11th-12th March, and later in the year we host Daan van Kampenhout.
In addition to this, CSC can now confirm a brand new, stand alone event for 2017... Please hold the date for Trauma Through the Systemic Constellation Lens - a three-day London conference on 26th-28th June 2017. We are certain that everyone in our community will find this event incredibly stimulating and essential for continuing professional development.
Here is just a flavour of what the three days have in store…
Anngwyn St Just Ph.D will be presenting her work on social traumatology - the impact of traumatic events and natural disasters whose affects reach beyond the personal or familial field into the local, national and global community. She will discuss how we work with these events and their place in the system. Anngwyn will also examine the ancestral legacy, known or unknown, and symptomatic pattern repetitions which manifest trans-generationally.
These are both fascinating presentations.
Sarah Peyton is an inspiring and wonderful teacher from America who integrates constellations, interpersonal neurobiology and the healing of trauma in her workshops all over the world. She will discuss how neuroscience helps us to facilitate Trauma-Informed Constellations, and she will also present her work on how, from a neuroscience perspective, constellations heal our brains. Her concluding lecture is titled 'Understanding the Self in Sickness and in Health: Constellations, Stress and Healing’.
Judith Hemming will discuss and demonstrate, like no body else in this field can, the place of trauma in systemic constellation work. How do we recognise, hold and work with trauma in this field. Her teaching is essential learning for every practitioner of this work.
Jutta ten Herkel will present her work on the connection between addiction and early and intergenerational trauma. She will speak of substance and behavioural addictions, eating disorders and thought addictions. She will also look at the importance of resourcing the client and the system, and the place of intention in healing post recovery work.
There will be a Trauma Lab to which participants can bring a personal or supervision issue. Our panel of trainers, will discuss their approach to each issue, enabling the participant to choose the approach they would like demonstrated. In this way our learning will weave between the theoretical, practical and experiential throughout the three days together.
The price of this conference is £495, but if you would like to book before 31st March there is an early bird price of £395 available. Find out more.
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The next Foundation Training begins in June and runs to December 2017. We had to turn away some late bookings on the current course, so don’t delay your application if you are interested in joining the next group.
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Stephan Hausner - 'Illness & Health in Constellation Work' 11th - 12th March 2017
Stephan will be exploring the impact of unconscious familial bonds and loyalties, and how these loyalties can influence and undermine our health.
Daan Van Kampenhout – ‘Working with Systemic Ritual’ 13th-14th October 2017
Daan is a shamanic practitioner and systemic constellator of great international reputation and regard. His books, ‘Images of the Soul’ and ‘The Tears of the Ancestors’, are highly regarded.
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Fancy a holiday? ‘Untangling Your Life’ with Edward Rowland. Set in the idyllic La Alpujarra National Park in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada in southern Spain - a fantastic holiday with constellations woven into your daily programme.
We hope to see you soon!
All good wishes,
Gaye, Chris and Ed
Directors of The Centre for Systemic Constellations