SCASA is a non-profit organisation managed by volunteers. The SCASA Board is made up of: Tanja Meyburgh, Gail Wrogemann, Leon Rautenbach, Lindiwe Mthembu-Salter, Thabile Zondi-Rees, Janet Goldblatt and Sonja Simak. The board meets four times a year to discuss development and ongoing service of the association to the SCASA community. Community members are welcome to approach board members with questions and input to be included in these meetings. Board roles and details are included in the contact page for this purpose. SCASA also endeavours to hold two community meetings a year where members can share experiences, learn from each other and develop a sense of belonging to the wider Southern African facilitator community.
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. There is a wide application of this work and also various prior qualifications of facilitators. Should you be looking for a facilitator or trainer, please browse the sections and find someone who has the expertise to work with your specific requirements.
History of SCASA
The Systems Constellations Association of South Africa (SCASA) was founded as a professional association for those trained by Family Constellations Africa (FCA). SCASA inherited the logo image from FCA (founded by Tanja Meyburgh, Svenja Wachter and Dr Ursula Franke) when it discontinued the NGO in 2008. SCASA was founded as a membership association supporting trained, quality and skilled professionals and the growth of the work in South Africa in a professional way. SCASA went on to include various trainers and training graduates according to internationally accepted guidelines in the field of Systemic Work. It is now a thriving community of practitioners that offers members the benefits of a professional organisation and community of peers. For more information about the benefits of professional membership please look at “Register”.