We are delighted to announce that Nicholas Janni of The Pocket Project will be joining us at our forthcoming conference in London:
Trauma Through the Systemic Constellation Lens
Nicholas will be presenting on:
Collective and Intergenerational Trauma Integration
The Pocket Project is an initiative of Thomas Hübl. The aim of the project is to build a global community that has the capacity to undertake large group collective trauma work. In this presentation Nicholas Janni, a leading member of the project, will outline the core principles of the work.
Topics covered will include:
The presentation will include Q&A and experiential exercises
- The marriage of mysticism and psychology
- The nature of collective trauma, and its cultural imprints
- The energetic, psychological and spiritual competencies needed to work with collective trauma
- Large group shadow processes
This CSC conference is the first of its kind in the UK. We are delighted to welcome all the speakers below. They will be coming together to share their knowledge and experience of trauma through the systemic lens.
Venue: China Exchange UK, 32A Gerrard Street, London W1D 6JA
When: Monday 26th – Wednesday 28th June 2017
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.
Sarah Peyton 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 can heal our brains.
Nicholas Janni has been studying and teaching personal and professional development for nearly forty years. In his first career he was a theatre director, studied with Jerzy Grotowski in Poland, led his own company, and taught acting at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Over the last fifteen years he has gained an international reputation for his transformational leadership training and coaching in companies such as FedEx, Rolls Royce, Motorola, Amdocs and Microsoft. He has studied/practiced Zen meditation, Hawaiian Kahuna bodywork, Psychosynthesis, Kabbalah, various martial arts and drumming with masters in West Africa and Japan. He is a student of spiritual teacher Thomas Hübl with whom he has been studying mystical principles in a small group for the last four years. He resides in U.K. and Israel
Judith Hemming will provide teaching
and demonstration on the place of trauma in systemic constellation work. How do we recognise trauma in the client or the wider family system, and what are our options as practitioners?
Jutta ten Herkel will look at the connection between addiction and early and intergenerational trauma. She will speak of substance and behavioural addictions, eating disorders and thought addictions.
There will be Q&A and experiential exercises.
For more details and to book click here.
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.
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.
Certificates of attendance are provided on request for all courses.
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All good wishes,
Gaye, Chris and Ed
Directors of The Centre for Systemic Constellations