How do family and systemic constellations work online, for individual sessions and for a group? A comparison of the different methods available and why different methods might suit different people!
Luciana brings a range of themes to her first session, including that of being the surviving twin in a case of vanishing twin syndrome. When asked what a successful outcome would look like for the work we are undertaking, it would be to find a sense of inner spaciousness and peace, for her and her family.
Previous sessions with Lisa have focused on her desire to create community, taking us first into her maternal line who laboured in cotton mills, a workforce known also as the white slaves of England. This session opens with a new theme: a desire for “healing from betrayal”.
Keith is one of a team of 3 delivering online tuition within a Further Education college. Recently a team member had left and his replacement is missing deadlines for tasks. He wonders how to enact good leadership within a team of equals … a few weeks later he contacts me to say the constellation played out in a shockingly accurate way!
The theme of creating community is present again for Lisa and we spend some time getting clearer what that means for her. She is not nourished by environments that have supported her in the past and have revolved around drug taking or alcohol, she is looking for something new and we explore what that might look like.