Item description for The Art and Practice of Family Constellations. Leading Family Constellations as Developed by Bert Hellinger by Coleen Beaumont Bertold Ulsamer...
Using the systemic family therapy developed by Bert Hellinger, tensions and conflicts within families can be revealed. Through the use of representatives, the person involved can observe the psychic dynamics of his or her own family, and identify the patterns which are destructive. In his book, Bertold Ulsamer explains the basis of family constellations, considers the task and the role of the therapist in the field of subjective experience and objective knowledge. He addresses the use of language and the issue of dealing with emotions. His book is aimed at therapists and others who are interested in the practical applications of the Hellinger therapy.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.35" Width: 5.35" Height: 0.63" Weight: 0.62 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2003
Publisher Carl Auer International
ISBN 3896703986 ISBN13 9783896703989
Reviews - What do customers think about The Art and Practice of Family Constellations. Leading Family Constellations as Developed by Bert Hellinger?
An excellent tool to work Family Constellations Jun 25, 2006
It is a well written book that explains in a clear way how family constellations work. It is of great help for us therapist working with family constellations and for those who are interested in learning how they work.
Good fundamentals no real detail... Oct 20, 2003
This book offers a good `rule of thumb' concept for anyone familiar with Hellinger's Family Constellation work. There are many applicatory suggestions and context threw-out the book which are easily applied to the practical use of Constellation work. I recommend this book to those who have a basic understanding of Hellinger's work but are looking for basic guidelines within this work as a Practitioner/Therapist. It would also be a good reference for those Practitioners who may want to simplify or `get back to the basics' of Hellinger's work. The author truly seems to respect and understand Hellinger's intentions for the work and that is shown threw-out the book. Ultimately I feel the practical use of this book lies mostly in the understanding that it is a basic `guideline' for the `leaders/therapists'. If you are looking for a book that offers detailed procedure or application of Family Constellation this is not going to satisfy that need. This book is ideally written for the `therapist' or practitioner and thus not one I would recommend for individuals who have attended a constellation and are looking for more insight. It is very easy to understand and a quick read with basic fundamentals of the practice. For a more in-depth look at constellation however I would look elsewhere.