BOULDER CAP BREAKFAST TALK – Systemic Constellation Work (SCW) - A Tool in Self Inquiry and Peer Supervision

  • 21 Feb 2019
  • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • LePeep's Restaurant 2525 Arapahoe Ave (Next to McGkin Hardwared) Boulder

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Systemic Constellation Work (SCW) in Self Inquiry and Peer Supervision - Karin Dremel, MTS, RP, HP, Humanist Chaplain 

  Presentation counts for two hours of Colorado Continuing Competency Units (CCs).

Le Peep’s Restaurant, 2525 Arapahoe Avenue (next to McGuckin Hardware), 8:00-10 am,   Cost is ordering a breakfast or $10 to CAP.

Whether the job is psychotherapy or carpentry, many tools can help see a client's situation clearly to help them. The old adage tells us that if the only tool you have is a hammer everything will look like a nail. Yet, a handy person may find many more uses for a hammer than simply pounding nails, just as a skilled psychotherapist can find many uses for a particular therapeutic technique such as Systemic Constellation Work. SCW is adaptive for all kinds of inquiry. Participants in this experiential presentation will hear about basic principles of SCW and learn through embodied experience. Attend this interactive session to learn about solutions that emerge with embodied inquiry. Explore how to find answers to simple supervision questions using SCW.

Karin Dremel, MA, PhD student, maintains a practice as a Registered Psychotherapist in Boulder, CO, and as a Nationally Licensed Integrative Naturopath (Heilpraktikerin) in Germany. Internationally she works as a Systemic Constellation Work facilitator and supervisor. She has more than 25 years of clinical experience as a systemically oriented traumatologist supporting clients in mending broken connections to self, other, and the web of life. Karin received a BA in Social Sciences at MSU Denver, followed by a Masters in Theological Studies (MTS) at Iliff School of Theology. As doctoral student she can share the latest research in Systemic Constellation Circles and how it is a promising experiential tool for psychotherapy.

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