Based on the knowledge derived from family constellations, a therapeutic method developed by Bert Hellinger, Janus investigates other psychotherapeutic approaches and introduces a new perspective on human behavior. Janus addresses debated issues like nature versus nurture, the role of unconscious factors in shaping behavior, and the structure of the conscience, arguing that family constellations offer new understandings for the fields of psychotherapy, psychology, anthropology, and religious studies.
Damian Janus is practicing psychologist.
Part I. Systemic Constellations and Other Therapeutic Methods
Chapter 1: Systemic Constellations and Psychodrama
Chapter 2: Systemic Constellations and Family Therapy Chapter 3: Systemic Constellations and Psychoanalysis
Chapter 4: Other Therapeutic and Para-Therapeutic Methods
Part II. Toward a New Paradigm in Human Sciences
Chapter 5: Family and Parenting Revisited
Chapter 6: A New Picture of Human Motives
Chapter 7: New Paths in Anthropology and Religious Studies
Chapter 8: A Different View of Man
The book is a treasure for each and every person who would like to explore the topic of family constellations within therapeutic contexts and approaches.