What Are Systemic Constellations?

An alternative therapeutic method which draws on elements of family systems therapy, existential phenomenology and Zulu attitudes to family. A Constellation attempts to reveal an unrecognized systemic dynamic that spans multiple generations in a given family and to resolve the deleterious effects of that dynamic by encouraging the subject to encounter representatives of the past and accept the factual reality of the past.


Who, What, How?

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Who It Helps...

Many individuals may benefit from Systemic Constellations, including:

  • Individuals who seek growth, especially those who feel stuck and for whom traditional therapies and healing practices have not brought about relief or desired results
  • Members of helping professions:  physicians, therapists, body workers, religious leaders and spiritual based healers — wanting to enrich their practices with new insights about health and human behavior
  • Organizational consultants who have sticky organizational problems and want a deeper insight into how to change
  • Social service professionals who want to discover their own indigenous roots to stand in more joyful, less burdened relationships with the clients they serve
  • Leaders who want to keep developing
  • Organizations with sticky, dysfunction repetitive dynamics who want to treat root causes

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How It Works...

Systemic Constellations help heal many life issues through a variety of different methods, including:

  • Through participating in constellation workshops
  • Through one to one constellations, either in person or by Skype
  • By experiencing constellations personally
  • By being trained in family constellations methodology
  • Through receiving coaching/consultation on client constellation issues
  • Through receiving coaching/consultation on client constellation issues
  • Through participating in a peer group where client constellations are done
  • By experiencing  constellations personally
  • By joining a learning cohort to connect back up with their own indigenous background and feel the healing, release and support of their ancestors
  • Coaching that includes one to one constellations
  • By contracting with us to build a process to uncover hidden dynamics that keep the organization from reaching it’s true purpose

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What Issues It Addresses...

Serious life issues including health and mental problems including:

  • Persons struggling with serious life issues, including health problems, depression or anxiety, chronic “survival mode,” painful relationship patterns, or career struggles
  • Previous partners (spouses, fiancées, deep first loves) of yours, your parents, your grandparents, or spouse
  • Miscarriages, abortions, stillbirths, adoptions and children viewed as a secret
  • Immigration issues
  • Indigenous First Nations’ ancestry
  • War experiences
  • Experiences of enslavement, persecution, or genocide
  • Accidents, suicides, and murders
  • Severe illness and sudden deaths
  • Mental illness (diagnosed or undiagnosed)
  • Severe financial hardship
  • Unacknowledged hardship
  • Prison experience (either unfairly punished or lack of consequences for criminal action)
  • Unrecognized or shunned gay, lesbian, and other sexual minority family members
  • Religious traditions that have been lost or excluded
  • Other family members whose fates were in some way difficult
  • All those wanting more love, freedom, and clarity in their lives and relationships
  • Personally – same as above
  • Through training,  by providing grounding in the theory of constellations,  by participating in their own and others’ constellations, by learning and practicing constellation skills
  • Coaching – thorny client issues
  • White guilt
  • Terminal burn out