Application of systemic principles in one to one work
92-94 Tooley Street
Often as practitioners, we feel helpless with our clients...
- The process may feel stuck.
- Despite the clients best efforts, deep work and awareness it feels like there is something missing or overlooked.
- We get the sense that there is something larger at play.
In such instances, it is useful to broaden our frame and hold a systemic perspective. To become aware of:
- Unsupportive family dynamics.
- Transgenerational trauma.
- Recognise that we are all embedded in systems and that these have an impact on us.
In the current uncertain climate of Brexit and Trump, it seems appropriate to hold this larger frame and recognise how these larger societal changes impact upon our individual clients.
- Will introduce you to how systemic principles can be applied when working with clients one to one in your practice.
- Provide you with insights and techniques that you can use when working with your clients.
- How to hold the systemic frame can shed light on intractable situations allowing you to deepen the works and support your clients.
- Allow for space when feeling stuck, allowing the process to unfold.
- This is an experiential and intimate workshop with a maximum group size of 12 people.
- The taught material is supported by exercises in the larger group as well as smaller groups and working in pairs. The intention is to give you an opportunity to apply what is learnt. My hope is that you not only get the theory but also lived experience.
- We will cover the phenomenological approach, followed by the four core principles outlined by Bert Hellinger in his teaching of family systemic constellations.
To discuss the suitability of this workshop please feel free to contact me.
To book directly please go online: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/application-of-systemic-principles-in-one-to-one-work-tickets-36481698743
About the host
Rohan completed his training at the Centre for Systemic Constellations and has using the insights gained for over 7 years in his one to one work with clients.
He is an accredited counsellor with the BACP, an experienced coach, a skilled trainer and an integrative relational supervisor.