Family constellations work has broadened and developed in many different fields as a method of counseling and therapy. In addition to constellations in organizations and schools, applying this approach to working with illness and disease has expanded the potential for healing effects in the field of medicine as well.
A view of transgenerational entanglements and family dynamics casts a new light on health and disease, and the insights gained from constellations with illness and health problems have led to a more holistic view of those who are ill. In Even if it Costs me my Life, Stephan Hausner aims to provide a picture of the healing potential of systemic constellations, entering into the reciprocal effects of family dynamics and illness. Extensive use of case studies demonstrates this technique in action, revealing how existing illnesses and pathologies are rooted within the family dynamic, and setting up healing postures to facilitate growth, development, and direction.
Table of Contents
Ullman, Foreword. Introduction. Context and Guiding Principles. Case Studies, Feedback, and Comments. Conclusion. Outlook. Wheeler, Afterword.
Stephan Hausner is a Heilpraktiker trained in alternative medicine with a focus on traditional Chinese medicine, homeopathy, and osteopathy. He has also trained in humanistic psychology and since 1993 has used systemic constellations in working with health issues both individually and in groups, traveling widely as a trainer at institutes and conferences, workshops, and training programs around the world.
Photo: Elsilencio, Family Constellations