In Systemic Constellations: Theory, Practice, and Applications, Damian Janus examines systemic constellations, a breakthrough method of psychotherapy, coaching, and consulting developed by Bert Hellinger. Janus examines numerous case studies and addresses the broad potential of Hellinger’s approach for improving clients’ mental and physical health as well as for solving various issues of businesses and organizations.
Damian Janus is practicing psychologist.
Part I: Theory, Practice, Phenomenology
Chapter 1: Systemic Constellations—Fundamentals of the Method
Chapter 2: Elements of Therapeutic Practice
Chapter 3: Therapeutic Effects of Constellations
Part II: Application of Systemic Constellations in Psychotherapy and Coaching
Chapter 4: Relationships and Their Problems
Chapter 5: The Oedipus Complex from a New Perspective
Chapter 6: Systemic Aspects of Gender Identity
Chapter 7: Mental and Behavioral Disorders
Chapter 8: The Systemic Context of Psychoses
Chapter 9: Systemic Dynamics in Somatic Diseases
Chapter 10: The Systemic Background of Professional and Business Problems
Chapter 11: Development of Disorders and Problems—Metaprocesses