The Systemic Work methodology looks at the situation in the context of the system in which the question arises.
A system is seen as a living entity of elements that mutually influence and adapt to each other and their environment in order to be able to live (survive).
You can see your family, work, organization, body, etc. as systems. Of all the systems you are part of, the family system is the most important system. All systems have their own rules and laws as well as their own cultures and dynamics. The rules and laws are visible and explicit, but cultures and dynamics are often invisible and implicit. The methodology Systemic Work focuses on this invisible and implicit part of a system.
The method ‘Systemic Work’ looks at the pattern behind the symptoms and emotions.
A Constellation is part of the Systemic Work method. A constellation shows your inner image of the situation. The image changes by insights, shifts, words, etc. through which the energy will flow and the change can take place.
Bert Hellinger is the founder of the method Systemic Work
Bert Hellinger (born 1925 Germany, died Sept. 20, 2019) is the founder of the method of systemic work and family constellations.
He studied psychoanalysis in Vienna then left for the United States. There he worked with Milton Erickson and others. By combining the knowledge of psychotherapies and others therapeutic forms, he created a unique and fascinating solution-oriented approach, the Family Constellation.