Family constellations are a profoundly insightful and direct method for exploring the real impact that events can have upon family structures and individuals within them. Professor Franz Ruppert has developed his theory of multigenerational psychotraumatology and uses the method of trauma constellations to assist safe and clear trauma recovery. These workshops take place in English, between the Geneva and Vaud areas, in Nyon.
Family and Trauma Constellations
Constellations work is an insightful method for exploring the hidden impact that families and traumatic events can have upon our identities. Often, there are unacknowledged attitudes and dynamics within relationships and a family system which perpetuate disharmony, impact our behaviour, our relationships and restrict our ability to become fully who we are.
The constellation of the intention reveals the unconscious dynamics, in order to see how and why the client feels held back, stuck, restricted, lost or ill in their life. Once this is clear, the next appropriate step towards autonomy and integration is revealed through the work.
At the cutting edge of Psychotherapy and research into trauma and neurosciences, the real impact of trauma and how it carries across generations is becoming clearer. At the forefront of these developments, Dr. Professor Franz Ruppert has researched extensively into developing his Identity Orienated Psychotrauma theory (IoTP) and has devised a very clear and safe methodology for working with the impact of unresolved traumatic experiences - the constellation of the intention.
The constellation of the intention clearly shows us the quality of our ability to maintain a healthy self-connection. It mirrors to us how we are stuck, why we are stuck and what steps we need to take in order to free ourselves. Revealing how the personality fragments in the face of trauma, early bonding trauma and entanglement with earlier traumas of other family members. This method facilitates the safe integration of these parts of our experience and sheds light on the next step that we need take in order to cultivate our own inner freedom.