Practitioner Training in systemic coaching and facilitation. Module I with John Whittington

Coaching Constellations Practitioner V.  Module One

April 29th to May 4th, 2019

With  John Whittington



This Practiotioner Training will

  • Deepen your systemic stance and inner movement from helpful to useful
  • Build your understanding of the organising principles of systems and where they come from
  • Offer you multiple opportunities to practice in different contexts: individuals, groups and teams
  • Guide you in finding and offering the different kinds of systemic sentences
  • Give you affirming feedback on your facilitation and systemic coaching
  • Encourage you to explore the resources and loyalties in your own systems when working as a coach
  • Offer you practice in new ways of working one-to-one, further ways of working with groups and teams
  • Allow you to see the blocks and resources to organisational change through a systemic lens
  • Introduce you to further structural constellation forms to use with self and with clients
  • Guide you in reading the patterns in ‘classical’ and ‘structural’ constellations
  • Expand your repertoire of ways to introduce a systemic perspective and methodology
  • Allow you to integrate systemic constellations alongside your other interventions
  • Give you opportunities to learn about particular systemic circumstances and the dynamics in them
  • Allow you to deepen your understanding and range of application by reviewing case studies from others
  • Invite you to illuminate the patterns, difficulties and resources within your family-of-origin
  • Support you in working at the boundary of family and organisational issues



Module One

Refresh, resource, expand and practice

The first module – in our exclusive-use residential retreat – is an opportunity for you to relax, rest and restore your personal and professional vitality. The week begins with a refresh of the key principles and practices of the systemic approach and then goes deeper into each dimension and application building your capacity for facilitation in multiple contexts. You will have opportunities to practise in small and large groups, building your capacity to make effective systemic interventions.

This module, which includes a half day of leisure, includes a profound way of accessing relationship systems: ‘Walking in the Field.



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