Constellation Learning Group

2017-18 Constellation Learning Group Features:

An eight-month program offering transformative personal and professional insight. In a fun and creative community, students gain a deep understanding of Systemic Constellation Work, the extraordinary method of therapeutic healing pioneered by Bert Hellinger. This year we are adding new components to extend students' learning between gatherings. The training includes:

Six Weekend Training Modules

Two of our modules are residential retreats where, supported by the beauty of nature, we attune to Self, one another, and each one's journey to greater insight, balance, and healing.

Our four remaining modules are non-residential gatherings in Watertown where students engage in Constellation practice as well as the theory that underpins this transformational work.


In addition to gathering in person, we meet on half a dozen Tuesday evenings to learn basic principles related to each module.

Online sessions run from 7 – 8:30pm. They provide opportunities for Q-and-A and discussion of constellation experiences and personal insights as well as the web materials for the current module. It is surprisingly possible to create close attunement in online gatherings, and we look forward to an enriching online forum.


Readings and short videos distilled from decades of Systemic Constellation training and practice are available to students in a password-protected section of our website.

Topics include the application of Constellation work to family-of-origin issues like relationship dynamics and finances, Organizational Constellations, physical or mental illness, and more.


Triads are small groups composed of three Learning Group members. Members support each other in the changes that Constellation work brings to students' lives. Triads meet via phone or Skype at mutually agreed upon times, typically twice a month.

Participation in triads is voluntary and is arranged by the facilitators. Students will receive triad invitations in early December. 

What Will Students Learn?

The goal for the Constellations Learning Group is to understand the art and underlying principles of Systemic Constellation work, and to gain insight into how this work can be applied to many different issues. Our schedule runs October to May. Earlybird pricing is available.

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Learning Group training includes opportunities to:

• Explore issues in one's own family system (both mother’s and father’s line).

• Learn to “represent” in family and organizational constellations.

• Understand and transform the many dynamics at play in family and work systems.

• Use constellations as a tool for spiritual alignment.

• Mental health professionals may earn Continuing Education credits (CEUs). Please contact Samvedam to inquire.

Advanced students will also:

• Facilitate constellations in small group settings.

• Participate in an organizational focus group.

• Have access to a facilitator’s supervision group.