Free for holders of a week ticket
Workshop presented by Karin Dremel, Germany / USA
Inner World Constellating:
Treading Lightly, Loving Fiercely, Darning Playfully
In contexts where the psychological, social, physical, and neurobiological needs of a developing human brain/NS are not sufficiently and/or adequately met Inner World (brain/NS) intrinsic memory forms, as well as parts that have protected and are protecting us from ‘knowing-the-unbearable’.
An Inner World Constellation with a group volunteer offers participants opportunities to observe how we tread lightly to seek, call for, and welcome fragments (‘Little Persons’), offer fiercely loving connection, and playful darn the frayed fabric of inner relations.
In small group circles we will each remember one “too-much-too soon-too sudden-too-little” moment (my shorthand for ‘little-t trauma’), welcome them collectively, embrace them into belonging, and support each other’s practice to love them, just as they are.
I am a human trauma apprentice elder, a Family Constellation student since 1990, a German-trained, nationally licensed Heilpraktikerin & Family Constellation Facilitator since 1993, a US-trained Systemic Traumatologist since 2000, a Systemic Traumatology Teacher since 2013, and a multi-media artist since 2006.
As a trainer, mentor, facilitator, and trauma conversation partner, I have worked across Europe, USA, Canada, Arabia, and Australia, placing developmental trauma (‘little t-trauma’/complex trauma) as central and formative in my clients’ culturally diverse experiences of broken connection.
Merging artistic explorations with countless hours of trauma-mending study and application has generated my Systemic Trauma Imagination that carries through the creative teaching and facilitation I offer for international groups (in-person and online), to individuals, and as self-guided trauma-mending practices.