Systemic

The systemic approach involves the entire environment (family, relationships, work, leisure) and looks at situations holistically.

Understanding of problems, finding of holistic solutions and achievement of goals are supported with effective and proven techniques such as the systemic current-state analysis, circular questions and constellation work on the system board.

Example of a constellation on the system board

As a first step client K. establishes his current, problematic “family system” on the so-called system or family board using various wooden figures (each representing system members). This tangible visualization helps change perspective and understanding of the actual situation. Furthermore Mr K got new insights and information by interviewing the representatives and by being asked systemic questions. He could then actively develop his solution system.