​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Upcoming Programs and Workshops​​

Introduction to Family Constellation Work (free of charge)

Thursday, August 29, 2019

​4:00 pm to 6:30 pm

also Saturday, September 28, 2019

2:00 pm to  5:00 pm

Clifton Branch Library, Cincinnati  45220

Our ancestors' forgotten traumas and losses still radically impact our lives. Depression, anxiety, intimacy issues, and even physical illnesses are often coded responses to a troubled family history.

Family Constellation Work emerged out of 1990's Germany, where many experienced deep healing of Holocaust trauma. In the U.S. families still carry the systemic wounds of immigration, native genocide, and slavery, as well as their own unique legacy of unacknowledged pain.

Family Constellation workshops open avenues to personal and societal healing not often reached through other modalities. Widely practiced in many parts of the world, this remarkable approach is still not well understood in the U.S.

Come explore the history, theory and practice of Family Constellation Work with Anne Bernard Becker, M.A. Anne has been facilitating constellation workshops since 2007. She will give a brief presentation, answer questions, and lead experiential exercises.

Family Constellation Workshop (full day)

9:30 am to 5:00 pm

at the Hive, Cincinnati 45223


​​How do the traumas and losses of past generations affect your life directly?

Perhaps through depression or anxiety, illness, creative blocks, addictions, work failures, or problems with intimacy?

How can the energy of your family history be recognized, honored, and transformed?

These workshops provide an opportunity to look at the impact on your life of such ancestral experiences as early deaths, institutionalizations, crimes, and other family secrets, as well as larger traumatic events like immigration, slavery and war.

The fee for the workshop is $110. Members of the Hive are half-price.

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