On Saturday 24th April 2021, Sonya Welch-Moring (Ancestral Constellations) and Beatrice Millar (PCSR) will be hosting an online workshop. This small group meeting will explore the many different SHADES of Life, with a focus on colour dynamics and shadism, entanglements that arise in families and communities. The session aims to be a safe space to hold honest conversations on how these issues can impact us in our personal and professional lives. Book Your Place Here.
Sonya will be presenting a workshop at the 2021 ISCA Gathering. Sonya’s workshop will take place between 15.00-17.00 on 20th April. Her workshop focuses on the development of Ancestral Constellations, as an Africentred approach to Black Transgenerational Lives. Read More Here
On Saturday 5 December Sonya Welch-Moring (Ancestral Constellations) and Beatrice Millar (PCSR) will be hosting an online workshop. This will be emergent and en-visioning, a collective space for developing conversations around the concept of SHADES and Colour Dynamics. The workshop aims to explore the colour entanglements that arise in families and communities, leading to open and honest conversations on how these issues can impact us in our personal and professional lives, Book Your Place Here.
Hosted by Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility (PCSR). This workshop will support conversations on a range of issues drawn from the Black Lives Matter Movement and PCSR Examining Whiteness meetings We see these two themes as complementary and intertwined and we want to get curious about the concept of Radical Inclusion in the context of therapeutic settings and professional relationships. Book here or if you have a question contact me.
PAST WORKSHOPS & SEMINARS
This Social and Community Constellations workshop is hosted by Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility (PCSR). It aims to act as a ‘container for learning across difference’ and we will explore, ‘examining whiteness’ in the context of multiple-identity in diverse communities. Through this process, we strengthen our ideas about who we are and where we belong, as individuals, in family life, and in our communities.
This one day ‘Roots of Family Constellations’ workshop will be held on the 30 November. It is an opportunity to explore the ‘roots’ of the family constellations method, drawing on the African wisdom embedded within the process. A personal constellation reveals your ‘living family tree’. You will explore your network of family relationships, your cultural identity, and your place of belonging in the family. It is both a ‘step’ into family research and a re-connection to your ancestors.
Reconnecting to family roots through Healing-Rituals and systemic constellations – We will meet for the day in community to explore and take steps to restore the vibrational ancestral energy between family members and within communities. When family energy is in flow, relationships are supported, anger is dissipated and hearts are reconnected. In time, the flow of love down the generations comes back into balance.
Money and Abundance Constellations: Gifts and Purpose
During this workshop for the Black, African, Asian Therapist Network (BAATN) we will explore money and abundance and also look at the Indigenous background to the work and the Ancestral Constellations approach in more detail. The workshop will focus on Gifts and Purpose as a route to our ‘calling’ in life.
Introduction to Family Constellations during the Ylang, Ylang herbal gathering in Costa Rica. This annual week-long exploration of cosmology, people, plants, land, liberation, birth, and beyond! Together we celebrate our stories, our knowledge, our culture and traditions.
Stories of Healing and Reconciliation using the Systemic Constellations Method with Sonya Welch-Moring and Tanja Meyburgh. This seminar is about constellations work from the perspective of working together as a Caribbean woman of African heritage and South African woman of European heritage.
Exploring Identity and Belonging Constellations with Sonya Welch-Moring and artist Ria Hartley during a day-long workshop for Homotopia Festival in Liverpool. Launched in 2004 and is a Liverpool based arts & social justice organisation making art, interventions and participation that inspires and unites communities. Every November it presents an annual festival of local, national and international LGBT+ arts & culture.
The Body is the Place. Memories are the Map is a two-day workshop for artist of colour to come together to explore the actions of memory and remembering, through these workshops that explore both the artistic and therapeutic practices that can support memory work. This will involve working with artists Barby Asante and Ria Hartley who both have explored memory, archives and family histories within their work and Ancestral Constellations with Systematic Constellations Practitioner Sonya Welch Moring.
Including the Excluded Conversations by ‘mapping-out’ a range of issues that may include suppressed and taboo subjects, the unspoken and the unknown to explore their impact on family identity and community cohesion with special relevance to BAATN communities.