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‘The Innocents’….

Cherry  Jarrett shares a moving session with a client... The session took place to examine the clients’ issues around infertility. In the interview we discussed a history of slavery, breeding programmes, medical experimentation to increase fertility. The client...

Families – Revealing the Hidden Dynamics of Parenting – by Jane James

Families: revealing the hidden dynamics of parenting’ Families: revealing the hidden dynamics of parenting is a book written from the heart. Jane James uses her experience of systemic approaches with parents and children as well as within her own family to support new...

Constellations in the Field – Shivaun Woolfson

Constellations in the Field by Shivaun Woolfson Where the Horse Comes In: In recent years, horse-guided therapies have gained in popularity and are now widely used as an adjunct to psychotherapy, in mental health treatment, with youth and families, with children on...

Bert Hellinger and Family Constellations – John Harris

During the 1980s, a new type of therapy called Family Constellations emerged out of Germany. Its aim was to interrupt the transmission of guilt, pain and suffering to successive generations. Since its inception this therapeutic approach has experienced significant...

The Australian “Cover Up” Pattern Alive and Well through the coronavirus pandemic

The Australian Cover Up Pattern Alive and Well Systemic Reflections By Nina Ishtar Reflective Systems

Loving Legal Life: Why People are Failing at Diversity

Systemic coaches Zita Tulyahikayo and James Pereira QC explain the dynamics that influence diversity, why much of the mainstream dialogue taking place is unhelpful, and what is needed from those who seek to promote diversity in society and our working lives By Zita Tulyahikayo and James Pereira 5 June 2020 Zita Tulyahikayo & James Pereira QC […]

“What we don’t face, we pass on.”

About a year ago a graduate of the Centre, Alexandra Shymina, interviewed Judith Hemming about constellation work for the Changemakers Magazine. What came out of this meeting is a touching, insightful interview. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we did. You can...

Reflections on Sarah Peyton’s Workshop by Maria Papaspyrou

SEX, DESIRE, SENSUALITY AND PASSION IN CONSTELLATIONS. MASTERCLASS WITH SARAH PEYTON. LONDON. JULY-AUGUST 2019 We gathered for two days in the beautiful rooms of Painters Hall in London to work with Sarah Peyton, author of “Your Resonant Self”, during a workshop...

When ancestors go to the Oscars, they win!

'Coco' is a new animated feature by Pixar and it has just won the Oscars! Ancestors. Blessings. The relationship between the living and the dead. Hidden loyalties. Family secrets. Entanglements and resolutions. This wonderful, beautifully made animation is full of...

What makes a family strong?

Keeping a family strongly linked from one generation to the next gives all members a sense of history, belonging and connection to one's roots. Some families are particularly good at doing this. Brought together by shared history, values and goals, they practice...
Constellations in the Field – Shivaun Woolfson

Constellations in the Field – Shivaun Woolfson

Constellations in the Field by Shivaun Woolfson Where the Horse Comes In: In recent years, horse-guided therapies have gained in popularity and are now widely used as an adjunct to psychotherapy, in mental health treatment, with youth and families, with children on...

Bert Hellinger and Family Constellations – John Harris

Bert Hellinger and Family Constellations – John Harris

During the 1980s, a new type of therapy called Family Constellations emerged out of Germany. Its aim was to interrupt the transmission of guilt, pain and suffering to successive generations. Since its inception this therapeutic approach has experienced significant...

Loving Legal Life: Why People are Failing at Diversity

Loving Legal Life: Why People are Failing at Diversity

Systemic coaches Zita Tulyahikayo and James Pereira QC explain the dynamics that influence diversity, why much of the mainstream dialogue taking place is unhelpful, and what is needed from those who seek to promote diversity in society and our working lives By Zita Tulyahikayo and James Pereira 5 June 2020 Zita Tulyahikayo & James Pereira QC […]

“What we don’t face, we pass on.”

“What we don’t face, we pass on.”

About a year ago a graduate of the Centre, Alexandra Shymina, interviewed Judith Hemming about constellation work for the Changemakers Magazine. What came out of this meeting is a touching, insightful interview. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we did. You can...

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