If you have to drop out for genuine reasons, you will be able to repeat the course for a reduced fee, depending on what parts of the course you will be missing.
I am sure we will always find a way that will benefit both parties.
Please note that to successfully complete this training you will need the following:
completing all of the 6 individual sessions
be present at at least 10 of the 12 theoretical online group sessions*
be present at the whole 7 days of practical experience
complete successfully the written and practical exam
complete successfully the written essay
* The theoretical online group modules will be recorded and accessible also after the time scheduled, so that you can catch up with the missed material.
You will receive a Certificate of Attendance and Successful Completion of the training along with a personal evaluation
One of your questions might be if this training is accredited or if you will get a job with this training.
The family constellation work has different standings in different countries and as far as I know there is an accreditation only in Germany. But also here accreditation means that at a certain point in time some people came together and decided about what is accredited and what others have to do to meet these standards.
Does accreditation really guarantee a good training or say anything about the trainer or about the therapist, counsellor or facilitator?
There is a great freedom in not being accredited. Because then the standard is the quality of your own practice and it allows you to develop your work in your own pace and responsibility and not under the pressure of rules and requirements.
For me personally my training in family constellations years ago was the missing link to become a counsellor. However for some time I only offered constellation workshops without giving myself any professional label.
Whatever we do with the knowledge and the tools that we gain, in the end it depends on us and how we integrate them into our life. It depends on our openness, our sense of responsibility and most of all on our courage to go new and independent ways.
There are many paths to become a family constellation facilitator or to work with the gained knowledge after the training. Some people take lots of time and maybe choose to participate in other trainings until they feel ready. Others take less time and they start earlier. Some of you might never become constellation facilitators but use the systemic knowledge and principles in their different professions – and this could be from therapeutic work to business coaching or marketing.
But whatever you decide afterwards – one thing is for sure:
This training definitely will not be wasted.
Yes, there will be two final exams – one online about the theory of systemic constellations and one practical where you will be facilitating a complete constellation of your choice.
No worries, there won’t be any marks and no “pass” or “fail”, but a constructive and honest feedback and personal statement which can also be used as a reference for your future professional plans.
There are two reasons why I decided to examine your learning and experience outcome:
It will allow you to become clear of the knowledge that you have gained from this training. It will strengthen your trust in your skills and help you to become aware of possible aspects that you might still need to acquire to work responsibly with the systemic principles
It will allow me to give you a realistic, honest and constructive feedback of your skills and thus to guide you further in your professional plans and goals.