Doctors, nurses and other medical professionals are employing Constellation approach
Physicians, nurses and others in the health care professions are beginning to look at Family and Systemic Constellations as important ways to address illness in all its forms.
Physicians – both allopathic and those who base their practices in other traditions – are connecting the dots that show that physical illness is often deeply rooted in generational trauma and pain, including war, significant loss, genocide, slavery and natural disasters.
The growing science of epigenetics appears to confirm the perspectives of Family and Systemic Constellations, as studies show growing evidence that both parents can pass genetic changes to future generations. These changes may show up as specific illnesses or as persistent but unexplained symptoms.
Stephan Hausner, an osteopathic physician in Germany, has been among the first medical professionals to document the healing of physical illnesses with Family and Systemic Constellations in his book Even If It Costs Me My Life: Systemic Constellations and Serious Illness.
Another physician who has embraced Family Constellations is Dr. Bruce Hoffman who practices in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He has observed that one of the most significant factors in disease causation is a traumatic event in a person’s family history and has noticed dramatic improvements and resolutions in certain disease processes once a new healing image has been experienced.
Dr. Karl-Heiniz Rauscher talks about how diseases and symptoms may relate to inter-generational family trauma.
The 2017 North American Systemic Constellations Conference welcomes all medical professionals -- including physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners and others -- to attend the pre-conference and conference to learn about systemic solutions in the medical professions..
One of our featured presenters will be Dr. Karl-Heinz Rauscher, who will demonstrate and discuss how he uses Systemic Constellations to discover the roots of symptoms and diseases.
Dates are Oct. 5-8 at The Founders Inn and Spa in Virginia Beach, Va.
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