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Family constellations (Families)


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    • Constellations, Family (Families)
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    • found: Work cat: Notes from the indigenous field, 2011:p. 1 (Family Constellation) p. 2 (Constellation work) p. 5 (Family constellation; constellation work) p. 18 (theory of family Constellation, drawn from the work of Bert Hellinger, Hunter Beaumont, and Gunthard Weber)
    • found: ProQuest, "Family constellations": an innovative systemic phenomenological group process from Germany. Family Journal 14.3, July 2006:abstract (The "family constellation" process is a trans-generational therapeutic intervention with roots in family systems therapy and Zulu traditions of reverence for ancestors. It is sanctioned by European family therapy associations; however, it is virtually unknown in the U.S.)
    • found: ProQuest, "Clinically referred children and adolescents: Fathers, family constellations, and other demographic factors" Journal of Clinical Child Psychology 26:2, June 1997
    • found: McQuillin, Jane, and Welford, Enid. "How many people are gathered here? Group work and family constellation theory." Transactional analysis journal, v. (43)4, 2013:p. 353 ("a family constellation involves setting up a partial live genogram for the client, with real people from the therapy group or workshop representing those family members who are relevant to the issue at hand.")
    • found: Saunders, Sheila. "Family constellations therapy is expanding." Asheville Citizen-Times, Ashville, NC, Jul. 1, 2002:(Family Constellations reveal unconscious entanglements with the fate of family ancestors. "A client chooses workshop attendees to represent members of his or her family, then places them in relationship to each other... [they] become living models of the original family system.")
    • found: Hunger, Christina, [and four others]. Mid- and long-term effects of family constellation seminars in a general population sample : 8- and 12- month follow-up. Family process. 54.2 June 2015:p. 344 (family constellation seminars)
    • notfound: MedlinePlus
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    • 2015-07-31: new
    • 2015-10-29: revised
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