January 7, 2010

Biz News: Karen Carnabucci receives certificate for 'Systemic Constellation Work'

Karen Carnabucci, MSS, LCSW, TEP, has received a certificate following a one-year advanced training course in Systemic Constellation Work with Heinz Stark.

A second certificate recognizes completion of Jichu Gong Part I of the Biyun Method of Medical Qigong. The training was offered by the Hellinger Institute of D.C., with the Orders of Life Association and the Stark Institute for Systemic Integrative Therapy. The Stark Institute is based in Germany.

Carnabucci is a licensed clinical social worker, psychotherapist, coach and trainer at the Lake House Health & Learning Center, Racine.

Stark is one of the world's leading trainers in Systemic Constellation Work, is the founder of Stark Institute, Germany. Learn more about the Stark Institute (http://www.starkinstitute.com) and the Hellinger Center of D.C. (http://www.hellingerdc.com)

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  1. I think an interview would have been a good idea - Ms. Carnabucci could explain what all of this is, and what it has to do with her business, without plodding through links.

  2. What the heck is
    Systemic Constellation Work?

  3. Systemic Constellation Work – sometimes called Family Constellation Work – is a trans-generational healing process with roots in family systems therapy and the ancestor reverence of the South African Zulus. Although the Family Constellation process is sanctioned by family therapy associations in Europe – where it has become quite popular -- and is being integrated by thousands of licensed practitioners worldwide in both therapeutic and organizational settings, the work is virtually unknown in the United States.

    Systemic Constellation Work was developed by Bert Hellinger, a renowned German psychotherapist and a former Catholic priest, to offer healing to the descendents of the Nazis and the Jewish survivors of the Holocaust. Through the past 20 years, it has grown to address issues of all systems, whether families or groups. Hellinger is the author of many, many books that explain his philosophy and way of working.