Item description for Messengers of Healing: The Family Constellations of Bert Hellinger Through the Eyes of a New Generation of Practitioners by J. Edward Lynch; Suzi Tucker...
The family constellation approach of Bert Hellinger, now well known in Europe and Latin America, has also taken root in the United States.This book reflects the experience of a variety of professionals in the U.S. who have folded essential elements of Hellinger's perspective into their own work. From healer to business consultant to psychiatrist, the contributors to the book represent diverse backgrounds and apply the approach in myriad contexts. Jane Peterson explains how constellations may be used to solve organizational dilemmas. Dale Schusterman considers applications of the paradigm for physical problems, while Andy Stuck combines it with EMDR. Mark Wolynn discusses three cases of self-abuse and Michael Gurevich describes his own professional transformational experience in "Observations of a Beginner." Jamy and Peter Faust spotlight the role of energy and intuition, and Barbara Lynch writes with Ed Lynch about working with couples. Dan and Mary Gates shift the work from the group context to individual therapy and Dan Booth Cohen explores its use with larger systems. The editors themselves offer chapters on the role of the facilitator and how words are used in the work. Finally, there is Bert Hellinger's thought-provoking short chapter on "Spiritual Dimensions of Illness and Health." Messengers of Healing hints at the spectrum of potential in employing Bert Hellinger's systemic view across professional milieus. Whether one is familiar with Family Constellations or is simply curious about them, the book will provide numerous lenses through which to see the possibilities.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2005
Publisher Zeig, Tucker & Theisen, Inc.
ISBN 1932462805 ISBN13 9781932462807