Men’s Constellation Day  – POSTPONED (New date TBC)

We  are offering a whole day of constellation-based exploration just for men; it’s a different kind of men-only space. Here is an opportunity for a group of men to come together and explore identity, maleness, emotions, intimacy, relationships, sexuality, mental health and spirituality.    

Who is it for?

This course is specifically for any men who are interested in this field of systemic study.  

  

What you will learn/develop

Rather than looking at ourselves as separate individual men, we will look at the web of relationships of the wider systems within which we find ourselves, including the significant events and ideologies that have impacted our family. This much fuller picture of the individual, as part of a larger set of systems, allows us to see and understand the previously unseen dynamics operating within the system, and find a healthy and respectful place for all members of the system in question.

There has been significant changes and developments in masculinity since the 1950’s. Men are no longer seen just as bread winners but are far more involved in the home and with their children now and are much more demonstratively affectionate and tactile.

But what does it mean to be a man in 21st Century Britain? Are men having a tougher time now? Are they doing through a crisis of confidence? How well are we supported in negotiating a transition in society with regards to changing gender roles?

We are also living in a time in which the behaviour of men is under tremendous scrutiny. And rightly so. Much of the discourse in the public domain is to do with the power men wield and the transgressions committed by men in positions of power. Though those that commit such transgressions must be challenged, there needs to be more engagement in an intelligent debate about what may actually be going on underneath all this. Most of the voices that are speaking out on these issues seem to belong to women. Is there a way in which men can contribute to this dialogue? And what might that look like?

Such men-only workshops could form perhaps just a small part of the mosaic of responses to this unfolding situation. A movement which brings us a step closer to a world in which each gender is equally respected and gender differences are celebrated; a world in which the distance in between the genders is no longer painful..

Course Dates

This course is run as a single module.  The module will run from 9.30am-5.30pm on Sunday 31st May 2020.  

Venue

Violet Hill Studios, London, NW8 9EB Tubes The nearest tube stations are Maida Vale (Bakerloo line) and St Johns Wood (Jubilee line). Both are about a 5 minute walk away.  Buses Wellington Road: Services 113, 13, 82, 46 Maida Vale: Services 98, 16, 16A Abbey Road: Service 139  Parking There are 2 hour/4 hour meters (approx. £1.20 per hour), operating between 9.00 am – 6.30 pm (Mon-Fri), situated in Abercorn Place, Nugent Terrace and Hamilton Terrace.

Cost

The cost of this course is £125 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 Centre’s Men’s Constellation Day, please complete the booking process by clicking the ‘Booking’ 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 courses@thecsc.net as your booking may not have gone though. .

The Facilitators

Sandeep Ganatra

Sandeep has been working as a therapist since 1999. He has a special interest in inviting members of ethnic minorities for whom it isn’t commonplace to engage in therapy as a legitimate resource. In 2012 Sandeep came across Family Constellations and trained at The Centre for Systemic Constellations. He believes this work beautifully compliments his approach and widens the lens through which to observes one’s personal landscape. Sandeep has been delivering constellation workshops since 2015.    

Chris Williams (BACP) 

Director of the Centre and teaching faculty member. Chris has been working in the therapeutic field since 1990 and currently works as a Constellation Practitioner, Psychotherapist, Supervisor, Coach and Trainer. He is a UKCP registered gestalt pschotherapist and a senior accredited BACP counsellor, with a well-established practice in south London.      

Accommodation

There are plenty of hotel deals to be found online. If you need more information about travel and accommodation or travelling from an airport, please contact courses@thecsc.net.  

Travel Information

Tubes – The nearest tube stations are Maida Vale (Bakerloo line) and St Johns Wood (Jubilee line). Both are about a 5 minute walk away. Buses – Wellington Road: Services 113, 13, 82, 46 or Maida Vale: Services 98, 16, 16A or Abbey Road: Service 139  Parking – There are 2 hour/4 hour meters (£1.20 per hour), operating between 9.00 am – 6.30 pm (Mon-Fri), situated in Abercorn Place, Nugent Terrace and Hamilton Terrace.  

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