Understanding the Impact of Grief on Parents and Children
This experiential workshop, utilizing a process called ‘systemic’ or ‘family’ constellation work, is for parents, whether in a partnership or single, who want to better understand their own grief and how it impacts their children.
Parents create the psychological and emotional space and atmosphere in which children live and grow, and children must live in their parent’s psychological world. They have no choice in this regard.
Children are the reflection of their parents’ distress, and it is always better to address the parent’s issues than to focus on the ‘difficult’ child. When parents work with their own grief, they create a calmer and clearer connection with their children and an environment in which children are more likely to thrive.
“Constellation work is a very powerful process and I loved how Katrina created a space of acceptance and discovery for us. I have participated in many different kinds of inter- and intra-personal processes, facilitated by many talented facilitators, and Katrina and this process are among the most effective I have ever experienced. ”
– Dave Potter, LCPC
This workshop is limited to 15 people. Sign up now to secure your place in class!
Saturday, October 19, 9:00 AM–4:30 PM