Family Constellations Workshop 21st May, 2016. 1.30 – 5.30pm at the Parkhouse centre in Bude

Many people believe that “you can’t do anything about the past”. It turns out that you definitely can!

Family Constellations is a form of therapy and was founded by Bert Hellinger, a leading psychotherapist who has studied and treated families for over 50 years. He observed that many of us unconsciously "take on" destructive familial patterns of depression, aloneness, anger, guilt, anxiety, alcoholism and even illness as a way of "belonging" in our families. Sometimes there are family secrets or events that have happened deep within our family's past which are having a knock on effect on your present. If you feel “something” is holding you back or getting in your way; Family Constellations can help you to break these patterns so that you can live a healthier, happier, and more fulfilled life.

This workshop will run for half a day. You are welcome to arrive anytime from 1.15pm for a 1.30pm start. Each individual in the group will have the opportunity to do a piece of work on a personal issue and all of this is done within a safe and confidential space. There will be a break halfway through the workshop and time for questions after each piece of work has been completed. The workshop will finish around 5.30pm (providing everyone has completed the work they intended to address). The cost per person for the workshop is £25 and spaces for people who want to work on an issue are limited to 7. If you want to participate but not work on a specific issue the cost is £10.


“…….I still think about the brief bit of work we did together and how it allowed me to change my direction in life (LH)! "

See more testimonials on my website by going to and click the testimonials option.

Call Paul Barlow on 07792 131585 to book your place or find out more.

(To book your place full payment is required. I do not offer refunds but if you need to cancel your place on the workshop I will offer you a place on a subsequent workshop)


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