The Systemic Constellations Association of South Africa enables people who have all the necessary requirements for a training portfolio to register with the website as a Family Constellations Facilitator. We accept registration from various streams of training and institutes in South Africa. The intention of the website is to create a platform for facilitators in South Africa that have been trained by international standard and thereby maintain a recognised quality standard in the field. We were aware of a number of people offering family constellations after attending workshops or short courses on family constellations, and these people do not qualify to appear on this website or become members of the association.
Based on the work of Bert Hellinger and his students, Family and Systemic Constellations offer a unique tool for making the trans-generational relationships that shape families and organizations visible.
Facilitators listed on this website have completed an extensive training in Family Constellations and have agreed to abide by an ethical code. Their training included:
- Entry requirements of an existing professional qualification
- 20 days of family constellations training
- Local and international trainers
- Peer group experience
- Supervised Practice
- Agreement to abide by an ethical code of conduct
SCASA is a non-profit organisation managed by volunteers. The board represents a group of facilitators who are passionate about constellation work and promote ethical use of this powerful modality by setting minimum standards for practitioners in the field. Current board members are Tanja Meyburgh (chairperson), Janet Goldblatt, Karin Huyssen, Jackeline Plank and Gail Wrogemann.