International connections are a rich resource for practitioners in the field of constellation work
By Leslie Nipps, M.Div.
I just returned from “Constellating Future,” a gathering of the International Systemic Constellations Association, from Oct. 21-25 in Zagreb, Croatia.
What an enlivening and rich experience!
I traveled to Croatia with James Woeber, my fellow co-director of the 2015 North American Systemic Constellations Conference, to participate in this international event with nearly 80 facilitators and constellation enthusiasts from around the world.
I can happily report that international constellation work is alive and well – and a rich resource for all of us who love constellation work.
The International Systemic Constellations Association gathered in Zagreb this year at a time of transition and rejuvenation. Founded in 2007 and almost closed for business a year or so ago, ISCA is now on the verge of a new era of international constellation work and innovation. Great thanks especially go to Max Dauskardt of Germany (currently living in Croatia), who has led the effort to regrow ISCA and make it viable again. It’s been a work of great passion and love for him.
By Barry Krost, M.A., BCTMB
Organizers of the North American Systemic Constellations Conference have established a non-profit organization to grow the constellations community in United States, Canada and Mexico.
The organization, titled North American Systemic Constellations, or NASC, is designed to create and support educational conferences and other learning experiences that support the growth and development of systemic constellations as a healing modality, help create community and connections and provide quality learning experience for participants in the art of systemic constellations so that the far-reaching benefits of systemic constellations can be shared with everyone.
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