A Continuous Professional Development Course with Anna Magee and Hermione Brown

Integrating Family Systems theory and practice into one to one client work

The Course:  Psychotherapists, Counsellors and Practitioners of Body-work are invited to join this course. It will comprise twelve days of CPD, organised into six weekend modules and will take place in Norwich from September 2020 to July 2021.

 

Aims: With a focus on intergenerational trauma, this course offers experiential and cognitive learning opportunities enabling participants to think systemically and integrate key elements of systemic theory and practice into their own modality of therapeutic work with individuals.

During this course, participants will:

Develop an understanding, based on the teachings of Bert Hellinger, of the dynamic principles supporting the healing flow of love in families and other systems.  These include The ‘Orders of Love’ which are the 3 principles of relationship, namely: Belonging, The Balance of giving and taking and Order.

 

Explore Conscience and its different levels through which Guilt, Innocence, systemic loyalties flow, 

 

Move energetically within the Knowing field - which forms and informs in constellation work. Recognise Bodily-held symptoms which hold their own intergenerational story – and see how field energies can change through changing the inner systemic ‘picture’.

 

Feel How it is to become disentangled from identifications, to carry one’s own fate and look at the role of illness from a family systems perspective.

 

Learn and experience how the above dynamics have been operating consciously and unconsciously within the participant’s own systems, start noticing how it is to see and work with clients through this broader lens. Begin working with small figures and objects in table-top constellation work.

 

Develop an understanding of how patterns of inter-generational trauma can be transmitted and become embodied. Through incorporating perspectives from the work of Franz Ruppert, Stephen Porges and Thomas Hubl participants will be able to build upon their resources for supporting trauma healing

 

Clear the therapeutic space through the profound teaching of ‘The High Art of Helping’. (Hellinger).

 

Share, within the safety of the group setting, personal experience and professional skills from differing modalities 

 

Use the systemic framework as a lens for supervision cases.

 

Facilitators: Anna Magee PhD. Anna is a UKCP reg. psychotherapist with twenty years’ experience. Anna trained with the Hellinger Institute of Great Britain and has been leading Constellation workshops and CPD events since 2006. She has undertaken extension trainings with many leading trauma specialists and has taught psychotherapy and research at degree and Masters level.

Hermione Brown BSc. is a UKCP reg. Intergrative Psychotheraputic Counsellor who trained at The Centre for Systemic Constellations and has been using Family Constellations in 1-2-1 work with clients and running workshops since 2017.

 

Course Consultant: Colette Green MA is an integrative psychotherapist, a trainer and supervisor practising constellation work in Ireland, England and India.

She studied extensively with Bert Hellinger in Germany, at the Hellinger Institutes of Great Britain and the Netherlands. and with Stephan Hausner and Franz Ruppert. She is the course director of the family systems training in Bangalore India. 

Venue: The Norwich Wellbeing Centre, 15 Chapelfield East. Norwich. NR2 1SF

 

Dates: September 5th-6th 2020;

October 31st - November 1st;

January 23rd – 24th 2021;

March 20-21st;

May 8th-9th ;

July 10 – 11th

 

Cost: £1200

 

To Book Contact: Hermione on: info@hermionebrown.co.uk

or 07990 812889

to find out more or to get a booking form.

 

N.B. This course will not provide a qualification to be a Systemic Constellation group facilitator.

 

You are advised to book promptly onto this course for 2 reasons:
Firstly, the course has a limited number of places and secondly, it will only run if there are enough registered participants.