Are we still children of La Malinche*?
Are we still the children of La Malinche? – A journey through the Mexican past into the present
Masterclass with Dr Adriana Huerta Casas
This masterclass is part of our ‘Community History Masterclass series.
This masterclass will explore Mexico as a pre-Hispanic, colonial and postcolonial culture. La Malinche was a native lady who was the mistress and translator of Hernan Cortez (Spanish Conqueror).
This Masterclass will be recorded and made available for those who could not attend the live event.
This masterclass is part of our Continuing Professional Development series and does not constitute a training in Systemic Constellation Work. CSC considers a formal training of at least 30 days to be the minimum requirement for practice.
Who is it for?
This Masterclass is open for anyone who wishes to attend.
What you will learn/develop
This masterclass will explore Mexico as a pre-Hispanic, colonial and postcolonial culture. We will explore some similarities with Latin America and the Mexican relation with the USA, Europe and the rest of the world.
We will also delve into Mexican traditions, social classes and the traditional Mexican family.
Mexico is full of figures, idols, myths…realities, but which role do they play in our lives? How do we define ourselves? We will also touch on that.
This online Masterclass will be held on Monday 18 October from 6pm – 8pm BST
The cost of this Masterclass is £20.
There is no deposit required for this course, please pay the full fee to secure your place.
Please note: CSC is a Not for Profit organisation and does not therefore charge VAT.
How to apply/book your place
To book a place on the Are we still the children of La Malinche – A journey through the Mexican past into the present” Masterclass, please complete the booking process by clicking the ‘Click here to Book’ button at the bottom of this page.
You will then receive an email confirming your place. If this does not arrive please contact the office at [email protected] as your booking may not have gone though.
Dr Adriana Huerta Casas
Adriana is a physicist and an oceanographer; she has trained in Family and Systemic Constellations, which she includes in her practice as a Burnout Counsellor. She lives in Germany with her two children and her husband, where she is concluding the Alternative Practitioner for Psychotherapy (Heilpraktikerin für Psychotherapie) and the Art and Creative Therapy further education. She is the founder of the project “Freude Gross, Wut Klein!”,“Big Joy, Small Rage!”, which she teaches in her children’s school. She aims to prevent racism, discrimination and violence, using empathy language, neurobiology and a systemic approach.