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Transgenerational Trauma
Dr. Anngwyn St. Just Ph. D. (USA)
Module of the Systemic Universal Trauma Training

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-Module of the Systemic Universal Trauma Training by Dr. Anngwyn St. Just Ph.D. (USA)

-April 7th and 8th, from 12 pm to 3 pm (Arizona time), by Zoom.

-Six hours in two days.

 

-Spaces for Theory, Systemic Constellations and Q&A.

-In English with translation into Spanish in different channels

-International Certification

-Enrollment until April 5th

°Module Review:

Is there such a thing as an "Ancestor Syndrome"? Like it or not..."We are not alone". This workshop will examine the issues of ancesteral legacy, known or unknown, gender, birth order and sibling dynamics, as well as the role of "co-incidences" intimate relationships , and life cycle transitions. We will also have a look at symptomatic pattern repetitions which manifest in a vast array of behaviors such as suicide, violence and abandonment, as well as addictions such as work, alcohol, drugs, gambling, eating disorders, compulsive caretaking and so forth. Anniversary reactions are also important, as well as roles, resources, and vulnerabilities to future stress.

Together, we will navigate the experiential edges between the known and the unknown within the personal, generational, and cultural perspectives of overwhelming life events. While we emphasize the potential liabilities in the range of responses within the human organism, we are also aware of the dynamic potential of morphic fields, healing movements and a willingness to explore the uncharted realms of the family heart and soul.

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