I first learned about constellation work in 2002 from a very, very enthusiastic colleague. Mindful of the scores of brochures, e-mails and announcements that tout the latest therapeutic fad, I first was cautious about diving into to this new approach. After all, I’d been working as a master trainer in psychodrama, the earliest and most enduring experiential method that focuses on our network of relationships and using dramatic action to change the roles we play in those relationships.
But, hey, there was something with this constellation thing. I felt it. So I began reading about constellations, then watching demonstrations. I ventured into becoming a representative, sensing energy for others in sessions. Then came client experiences, intensive study and finally practice.
After many personal and professional experiences, I am a complete convert to the gifts and potential of constellation work and have integrated its philosophy into my practice of teaching, psychotherapy and coaching. The people I work