Bridging the Divide: Healing the Personal & Collective Soul
2017 North American Systemic Constellations Conference
Oct. 5-8, 2017 at The Founders Inn, Virginia Beach, Va.
Images from our 2017 Conference
Photos by Annette Stocco, Sarah Rehfuss Bastian, Starr Potts, Karen Carnabucci, and Sage Hayes
Together we’ll draw on the core principles and innovative approaches in the field of Systemic Constellations to reveal and explore the hidden dynamics that underlie the pressing issues affecting us individually and collectively. Our working hypothesis is that the unconscious and ancestral dynamics within the collective field are ripe for exploration. If we reveal and facilitate these dynamics in a conscious manner, without being entangled by polarization, it’s possible to mitigate the drive to unconsciously reenact past traumas, individually, in families, and collectively in our relationship to nature, organizations and society.
Conference Tracks Four tracks provide the structure and focus for exploring the above vision.
Family Constellations that explore the core principles and/or innovative approaches for resolving individual trauma, multi-generational entanglements and fostering personal wholeness and family healing
Organizational Constellations that explore the role of the systemic constellations approach in leadership, teamwork, change, coaching and other aspects of organizational life in for profitor not for profit organizations across different sectors
Constellations that explore collective healing for social justice (for example. freedom, inclusion, and equity), innovative approaches for recognizing and addressing the impact of collective social trauma (i.e. forced immigration, slavery, genocide, war), and tools for facilitators to hold such a space
Nature or Traditional Wisdom Constellations that deal with nature, indigenous traditions, energy work, ritual, the environment or epigenetics