Educators find Constellations help with learning and barriers to learning
Educators in school settings of all kinds and all levels are using Systemic Constellations to help their students explore and feel empowered with a revolutionary style of learning.
At least one educator says this new kind of body-based educational environment focuses on “empathy intelligence” which guides students in new directions through personal learning.
In You're One of Us! Systemic Insights and Solutions for Teachers, Students and Parents, author Marianne Franke-Gricksch speaks from her experience as a teacher and psychotherapist, describing how systemic ideas enable new and effective learning and encourage creative cooperation between students, educators and parents.
In addition to assisting students how to learn in a new way, educators and parents are also noticing that Family Constellations have been helpful in addressing conditions that are often considered barriers to learning, including autism and other "on the spectrum" disorders, along with attention deficit and hyperactivity.
Our blog article Healing autism, from the new perspective of Family and Systemic Constellations identifies how Family Constellations help treat the "entire person" for full recovery.
The 2017 North American Systemic Constellations Conference welcomes all educators to attend the pre-conference and conference to learn about systemic solutions in education.
Dates are Oct. 5-8 at the Founders Inn and Spa in Virginia Beach, Va.
Learn about the pre-conference here.
Learn about the conference sessions and presenters here.
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