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KernKracht - Kuleuven (Pellenberg, B)



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Effective ways to personal and organizational change
Three Seminars - One process

Learning new and more effective ways of thinking and working with our problems and challenges. First contact with new strategies and more performant techniques to help us realise our missions and dreams.
There are two learning strategies : The process of 7 days or only 1 or 2 seminars
Target Group
Everyone who wants to look for more effective ways and tools to solve more quickly and more effective our personal, organizational and social problems, and to realise our dreams for a better life and work.
These seminars are designated to the facilitators of organisational constellations and all the professionals in organisational development and change : business consultants, responsables for human resources, free-lancers, supervisors, mediators, counsellors, therapists and everybody who wants to experiment and achieve further understanding of the complexity of systems in a completely new and different way.
1.       Solution focused approach and constellation work (29-30-31 January)

The Solution Focused approach has its roots in the therapeutic approach devised by Insoo Kim Berg and Steve de Shazer at the Brief Family Therapy Center Milwaukee. The approach values simplicity in philosophy and language and aims to discover "what works" in a given situation, simply and practically. The focus on solutions (not problems), the future (not the past) and on what's going well (rather than what's gone wrong) leads to a positive and pragmatic way to work with organisations and individuals.

Solution-focused coaching is an exciting new way of providing long-lasting and quick coaching for people who want to make real changes in their personal and professional lives.
2.       Process of decision and change and Tetralemma-constellations (23-24 March)
The Tetralema approach can be seen as a new frame of reference for decision-making and for organizational change and personal development.

Situations requiring a decision can be physically experienced via constellations and through the perception of the perspective of "the one possibility" and "the other possibility". Congruencies which had been overlooked appear as "both" and new choices open up in the 4th position "neither of the two". The 5th position, "none of all these and not even that" makes the constellation really exciting. Solutions frequently appear on another level that may not even have been considered possible. This approach is appropriate when a choice has to be made between two alternatives , but more than 2 is also possible.

3.       Structural Constellations (22-23 January 2010)
The Systemic Structural Constellations approach is developed by Insa Sparrer and Matthias Varga von Kibéd after 1989 build on a range of group simulation procedures, including the Family Constellations of Bert Hellinger. Above all, it is to Hellinger that we owe our thanks for the original lean and sparse form of the constellation (which contain no gesticulations or props) and insights into forms of systemic principles.

On the other hand, Systemic Structural Constellations were also influenced by many of Virginia Satir’s procedures: by her image of man and her therapeutic attitude, as well as the constructivist approaches, such as those of the Heidelberg School (H. Stierlin, G. Weber, G. Schmidt) in their theoretical approaches.

Systemic Structural Constellations are a method of translating and extending the fundamental principles involved in understanding the family system to other systems, for example to conflict mediation, organisations, bodily systems, value systems, internal components, screenplays etc.

They differ from Family Constellations in part in that they are built on a systemic grammar and can be effective simultaneously on different levels, they give primacy to process work and predominantly involve syntactic work in which it is possible to abstain largely from interpretations, which in turn makes “hidden” work possible.  
Abstract systemic elements as well as representatives, locations and free elements can be brought into the constellation. This extension also allows temporal and spatial aspects to be factored in.
It is a methodology where groups of people shape and modify the structure and change dynamics of a system. Based on the astonishing ability of representative perception, this method can be used in fields such as therapy, consulting and coaching, mediation, and supervision, as well as to promote creative processes.
Trainers  : Prof.Dr. Matthias Varga von Kibéd and Insa Sparrer
Prof. Dr. Matthias Varga von Kibéd is a Philosophy and Logic Professor at the University of Munich. In the past he also taught at the University in Lubliana, Vienna, Graz, Konstanz and Maribor. He works at the University Institute of Medical Psychology, at the Arts Academy and at the Stage Design Workshop of the Moving Image Institute in Munich.
He is involved with personal and institutional supervision, with coaching, and he holds seminars and training sessions for various therapy centers and systemic consultation institutes. In 1996 he founded the SySt®-Institut together with Insa Sparrer.
Insa Sparrer works as a psychotherapist in Munich, Germany. At the core of her work are family and brief therapy, speech therapy, behavioral therapy, hypnotherapy and systemic therapy. She collaborates with GC, a consulting firm in Munich and works as a trainer for various institutions that offer consultations for German, Austrian and Swiss companies. In 1996 she founded the Institute for Systemic Structure Constellation, Syst, with Matthias Varga von Kibéd, with whom she developed the systemic structure constellation method used in personal, couple and group therapy.
Practical arrangements :
The first seminar is on 29,30 and 31 January 2009 : 9.30h - 17h.
The second is on 23-24 March 2009 from 9.30h until 17h.

The third is on 22-23 January 2010 from 9.30h until 17h.

PLACE: Kasteel de Maurissens, Weligerveld 6, 3212 Pellenberg

€ 650 for part 1,
including 90€ for catering and documentation.
€ 450 for part 2 or part 3 including 70€ for catering etc.
€ 1350 for 7days including € 230 for catering, documentation etc.

Check on www.beaweb.be whether you can be considered for a reduction (50%)

SUBSCRIPTION: via the formular on the website


Website: www.kernkracht.be
E-mail: info@kernkracht.be
KernKracht - Kuleuven
Kasteel de Maurissens
Weligerveld 6
3212 Pellenberg



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