The Hellinger Institute of Northern California
Mark Wolynn, Director
   
 

Mark Wolynn's
Workshop and Training Schedule



2014
·
January 25-26 – New York Workshop
· January 25-28 – New York Training Module 6 - Illness and Chronic Conditions
· February 8-9 – San Francisco Bay Area Workshop

· March 8-9 – Calgary Workshop – Illness and Chronic Conditions
· March 10 – Calgary – Personal and Professional Development
· April 4-6 – Kripalu – Creating Great Relationships
· May 3-4 – Victoria, BC Workshop
· May 31-June 1– Ottawa Workshop
· June 21 – New York Open Center – Free To Love: Creating Great Relationships

· July 12-13 – Vancouver Workshop
· August 16-17 – San Francisco Bay Area Workshop
· September 20-21 – Calgary Workshop: Creating Great Relationships
· Oct 11-12 – California Institute of Integral Studies -Creating Great Relationships
· October 24-25 – Montreal Workshop
· October 26 – Montreal Training – Illness and Chronic Conditions

· November 16 – San Francisco Bay Area Workshop
· November 15-18 – San Francisco Bay Area Training
· December 6-7– Miami Workshop

2015
· January 18
– San Francisco Bay Area Workshop
· January 17-20– San Francisco Bay Area Training
· February 7-8 – Vancouver Workshop
· March 6-8 – Kripalu – Creating Great Relationships

· March 28-29 – New York Workshop
· April 11-12 – Calgary Workshop – Illness and Chronic Conditions
· May 2-3 – Victoria, BC Workshop
· May 23-24 – San Francisco Bay Area Workshop
· June 13 – New York Open Center – Free To Love: Creating Great Relationships
· July 11-12 – Ottawa Workshop
· August 1-2 – San Francisco Bay Area Workshop
· September 12-13 – Calgary Workshop – Illness and Chronic Conditions
· Oct 3-4 – California Institute of Integral Studies -Creating Great Relationships
· October 24-25 – Vancouver Workshop
· November 15 – San Francisco Bay Area Workshop
· November 14-17 – San Francisco Bay Area Training
· December 5-6 – Miami Workshop



Inherited Family Trauma


Creating Great Relationships
Through Family Constellations
with Mark Wolynn
Kripalu - March 6-8, 2015

Mark Wolynn

Mark Wolynn, director of Pennsylvania's Hellinger Institute and codirector of the Hellinger Learning Center in New York City, is one of North America's foremost Family Constellation facilitators. He conducts workshops and trainings in family therapy throughout the United States and abroad. As a regular presenter at universities, hospitals, clinics, conferences, and teaching centers, Mark has guided thousands of singles and couples toward having lasting and fulfilling relationships. In addition to working with relationships, he treats those who struggle with depression, anxiety, obsessive thoughts, fears, panic disorders, guilt, persistent anger, lingering grief, and medical conditions unresponsive to conventional treatment.

Whether you are single or in a relationship, this workshop is designed to get to the heart of what prevents you from having the closeness you desire. Come experience Family Constellations, a three-dimensional learning process designed to reveal the hidden dynamics and unconscious family loyalties that limit your ability to have successful relationships. Guided by Mark Wolynn, one of North America's foremost Family Constellations facilitators, you will learn:
  • What influences relationship choices on a subconscious level
  • The four unconscious themes operating when relationships struggle
  • Twenty invisible dynamics that can erode intimacy
  • Three ways relationships can be significantly damaged/strengthened
  • How to preserve aliveness and establish your full weight with a partner

Family Constellations allow you to break destructive patterns so you can live a more fulfilled life. Once you are free of entanglements from the past, new ways of giving and receiving love can begin to take root. The results are often immediate and life-changing. Thousands of people throughout the world have benefited from Mark's insightful and intuitive approach.

CE Credits:

8.5 credits for social workers (SW), $20 additional charge
8.5 credits for certified counselors (NBCC), $20 additional charge

Register by calling 1-800-741-7353 or by clicking the link below.

http://www.kripalu.org/program/view/HRIW-111/creating_great_relationships_through_family_constellations

http://www.kripalu.org/presenter/V0006379/mark_wolynn

 


SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA WORKSHOP




WHEN: August 16-17
WHERE: Holiday Inn Express Mill Valley
CONTACT: Kari Dunlop at (403) 244-0455 kari@markwolynn.com
COST: $350




CALGARY - ILLNESS AND CHRONIC CONDITIONS



Hoffman Center for Integrative Medicine

WHEN: September 20-21
COST: $350
CONTACT: Kari Dunlop (403) 244-0455 kari@markwolynn.com




FREE TO LOVE - CREATING GREAT RELATIONSHIPS




CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF INTEGRAL STUDIES: October 3-4, 2015

Are you fully available for a partner?

Unconscious family loyalties and hidden dynamics can prevent you from having the relationship you want. Come learn how intimacy can be enhanced at the deepest level.

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MONTREAL WORKSHOP/ TRAINING



WHEN: October 24-26 , 2014
WHERE: Montreal
CONTACT: Claire: 514-850-0903
clairekhudaidagenais@sympatico.ca


FAMILY CONSTELLATIONS - MIAMI




WORKSHOP: December 6-7, 2014
CONTACT: Kari Dunlop (403) 244-0455 kari@markwolynn.com
CO
ST: $350




NEW YORK WORKSHOP




WHEN:
August 22-23, 2015
WHERE: Long Island
CONTACT: Karen Passalacqua at (516) 445-1484 or Kapassamon@aol.com
COST: $350


 


VICTORIA, BC WORKSHOP



WHEN: May 2-3, 2015
WHERE: Victoria, Vancouver Island, BC
CONTACT: Ellie Hallman at (250) 701-5951



OTTAWA WORKSHOP




WHEN:
July 11-12, 2015
WHERE: Ottawa
COST: $350
CONTACT: Suzanne at
(613) 256-8085
suzanne_winlove@yahoo.ca





THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK

THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL FAMILY SYSTEMS THERAPY OF BERT HELLINGER


Considered one of the most innovative psychotherapists in the world today, Bert Hellinger has revolutionized the heart and soul of family systems therapy. His phenomenological approach to healing uses "family constellations" to expose the hidden and often destructive dynamics in family systems. With deep respect for what he terms, "the Orders of Love," possible solutions and healing resources can be implemented. Hellinger's approach to family therapy is practiced in more than 30 countries around the world. For further information about Hellinger and his publications, visit his Web site: www.hellinger.com/international/english/index.shtml.
Family constellation is a 60-minute group process that has the power to affect generations of suffering and unhappiness. This process allows people to untangle themselves from unconscious loyalties and offers a profound, concrete, and lasting solution. Through this significantly experiential workshop, you will be: 

  • introduced to Hellinger's phenomenological approach to family systems group therapy, its principles, and theoretical understandings;
  • able to identify the theoretical differences between Hellinger's work and other models of group and family systems therapy;
  • able to personally experience family constellation work, either as clients, participants, or observers; and
  • able to identify ways that Hellinger's family systems therapy can be implemented in clinical practices with groups, couples, or individuals.

    DATE: TBA 2013
    TIME: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    PLACE: 2017C Cathedral Fee: $95 CE: 6 hours (LSW, Psych, NBCC, CAC)
    CONTACT: (412) 624-6902 or (412) 624-3711

 


 
FAMILY CONSTELLATION TRAINING PROGRAMS

SAN FRANCISCO
PHILADELPHIA
PITTSBURGH

CALGARY
TORONTO
MONTREAL
VANCOUVER
LOS ANGELES

NEW YORK
CHICAGO
PHOENIX
MIAMI

For more information or to register...

CALL: Suzi Tucker (203) 938-1004- Philadelphia
CALL: Adriana Rodriguez (305) 606-2159 - Miami
CALL: Mark
Wolynn (412) 422-1955 - Pittsburgh
CALL: Kari Dunlop
(403) 244-0455 Calgary
CALL: Claire Dagenais (514) 850-0903 Montreal
CALL: Ellie Hallman (866).701.5951Vancouver
CALL: Kari Dunlop (403) 244-0455 California kari@zaychuk.ca
CALL: Karen Passalacqua (516) 445-1484 - NYC



One-, two-, three- and four-day trainings... 

The Core Language Approach®




Getting to the Core of the Issue in Four Questions


The language of our deepest fears—our Core Language® – can stem from an unresolved trauma in our family system. For many of us, the effects of trauma blend into our words, emotions, reactions and choices in ways we never even think to question.

The Core Language Approach® is an effective therapeutic process for resolving issues at their source. Developed by Mark Wolynn, the CLA® quickly exposes the root causes behind many of the emotions, behaviors and reactive patterns that keep us mired in our daily lives.

In this workshop, therapists will:

  • Learn a specific method of questioning and interviewing designed to quickly identify the core trauma underlying a client’s issue
  • Learn how to recognize the Core Language® beneath a client’s story
  • Learn to follow a client's Core Language Map® back to an unresolved traumatic event in the system
  • Learn how to retrieve the “lost language” of the trauma and locate where these missing sentences belong in the system
  • Provide clients with a context for understanding the symptoms they’ve been experiencing
  • Learn how to implement a practical and effective resolution

The Core Language Approach® has the power to interrupt the cycle of trauma and release clients from limiting patterns of anxiety and fear.

Contact: (415) 578-2787 for more information



Anxiety and Panic Disorders: A Systemic Perspective




This training is designed to provide a nonpharmacologic, family systems approach to treating anxiety and panic disorders in adults and children. Distilled from systemic principles originated by Bert Hellinger, Virginia Satir, Ivan Boszormenyi-Nagy, Milton H. Erickson and others, this course provides therapists with an overview of the dynamics in family systems that lead to anxious behaviors, as well as offers practical tools and methods for safe and effective intervention.   

Therapists will be able to identify systemic causes of anxiety and panic disorders and implement practical treatment plans to help clients break destructive family patterns. Therapists will learn to expand the traditional “family tree” to include those members whose exclusion or rejection caused discord in system, and learn methods to reconcile relationships with missing fathers, biological parents, deceased siblings, etc., even when contact is not possible. Upon completion, therapists will be able to apply systemic principles in their own practices with groups, couples or individuals.

Contact (412) 422-1955 for more information




Trauma and Reconciliation:
Interventions in Individual and Group Sessions




Therapists are frequently called upon to evaluate and treat clients who have experienced trauma. A client may present with a specific history of trauma, or with vague symptoms, which can often be traced to an underlying traumatic event in the family system. Symptoms such as mood swings, lack of concentration, anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, eating disorders, insomnia, migraines, chronic pain and substance abuse can all be manifestations of trauma.

This training is designed to provide a nonpharmacologic, family systems approach to treating trauma in adults.
Therapists will learn how to implement safe, practical and effective treatment plans to help clients restore physical, psychological and
emotional equilibrium.

Reframing the trauma and reconciling the experience between victim and perpetrator will be addressed. Whether working one-on-one or in a group setting, therapists will learn the importance of using dialogue, imagery, body-centered awareness techniques, homework and ritual to support healing and resolution.


Contact (412) 422-1955 for more information


Intake as Intervention




The problem, as well as the solution, is often revealed within the first moments of interaction. When listening only to our client's story, we risk following our clients into the places where they perpetuate their issues and remain stuck. However if we know how to get to the core or fundamental driving force behind the issue, we can implement the most potent solutions.  

In this training, therapists will be provided with a protocol of questioning and interviewing that quickly exposes the core trauma underlying the client's issue. Therapists will learn to follow a map comprised of their client's thoughts and words, which will illuminate not only the client's core issue, but also the specific and essential skills and resources necessary for a thorough resolution.
  • Learn a specific method of questioning designed to quickly get to the root of the issue
  • Learn how to hear "with a third ear" beneath your client's story
  • Learn to follow your client's Core Language Map
  • Learn how to extract the client's Core Sentence®
  • Learn how to implement practical solutions in the first session


Contact (412) 422-1955 for more information


Having the Relationship I Want




Whether we're single or in a relationship, this workshop is designed to get to the heart of what prevents us from having the closeness we all desire. We'll explore the forces that influence relationship choices on a subconscious level — silent sabotage, hidden family loyalties, invisible identifications, as well as the habitual behaviors that erode our intimate relationships. We'll examine in depth the various dynamics that affect intimacy, learn how to determine who holds the true weight in a relationship, and demonstrate the importance of an equal balance of giving and taking.

Participants will have the opportunity to experience Family Constellations, a three-dimensional learning process designed to reveal the hidden dynamics and unconscious family loyalties that limit our ability to have successful relationships. In a moment of insight, a new life course can be set in motion. Once we are free of entanglements from the past, new ways of giving and receiving love can begin to take root.

Contact (412) 422-1955 for more information



Illness: Our Unconscious Connection to the Family



"Diagnosis can shut down inquiry
and block our relationship with an illness."


If you or one of your children struggle with an illness, chronic pain or persistent condition, you could be unconsciously reliving“unfinished business” in your family history. Unresolved traumas and hidden family loyalties can lie beneath many of our physical and emotional symptoms.

In this workshop, you'll learn how to identify the underlying family dynamics that affect all facets of health. You will also learn how to break unconscious patterns and resolve the obstacles that stand in your way.

Mark Wolynn is one of North America's foremost family constellation facilitators. He is especially skilled at pinpointing the source of persistent symptoms. Once these unseen dynamics are brought to light, a deep life shift can begin to unfold. The results can be life-changing.


Contact (412) 422-1955 for more information


 

Illness and Reconciliation - Training




Unspoken family loyalties can express in myriad physical, emotional and psychological symptoms. For medical treatment to be optimally effective, the family connection must be explored. In this training, we will learn how to work with the effects of trauma in this generation and in previous generations that can influence the health of our patients. We'll learn how to identify family dynamics that contribute to the development of physical and psychopathology, as well as how to work with persistent symptoms and chronic conditions.

Contact (412) 422-1955 for more information


Getting to the Core of Fear




The language of our deepest fears—our Core Language® – can stem from a traumatic event in our childhood or family history. For many of us, the effects of trauma blend into our words, emotions, reactions and choices in ways we never even think to question. In this mini-workshop, you will:

  • Learn to identify a traumatic event behind your worst fear
  • Understand feelings and symptoms that persist despite completing therapy
  • Interrupt the cycle of trauma that perpetuates in your family

Mark will be present the material from his new book: The Secret Language of Fear: How We Live Our Family's Traumas.



PHOENIX WORKSHOP



WHEN: November, 2013
WHERE: H
ampton Inn - Gilbert
COST: $350
CONTACT: Kari Dunlop (403) 244-0455 kari@markwolynn.com




SEATTLE WORKSHOP



WHEN: TBA
WHERE: Falls City, WA
CONTACT: Linda Apsley at (425) 591-5797 or primeapsley@hotmail.com
COST:
$300



SACRAMENTO WORKSHOP



WHEN: TBA
WHERE: Sacramento
CONTACT: Dalise Gada at 209-712-7363 frogdogs3@aol.com
COST: $325


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The Hellinger Institute of Northern California
(415) 578-2787
institute@hellingerca.com

The Hellinger Institute of Western Pennsylvania
The Medical Hypnotherapy Center
1824 Murray Avenue #303
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
(412) 422-1955
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2013
· February 2-3 – San Francisco Bay Area Workshop
· February 2-5 – San Francisco Training – Effective Resolutions
· February 16-17 – Victoria, BC Workshop
· March 2-3 – Pittsburgh Workshop
· March 2-5 – New York Training Module 1 - Foundational Principles (Tucker)
· March 23-24 – Phoenix Workshop
· April 5-7 – Kripalu – Creating Great Relationships
· April 20-21– Pittsburgh Workshop
· April 27-28 – Miami Workshop
· May 18-19 – New York Workshop

· May 18-21 – New York Training Module 2 - Anatomy of Relationships
· May 31-June 3 – Montreal Workshop/ Training – The Anatomy of Relationships
· June 15-16 – Calgary Workshop – Illness and Chronic Conditions
· June 17 – Calgary – Personal and Professional Development
· June 22-23 – San Francisco Bay Area Workshop
· July 13-14 – Ottawa Workshop
· July 27-28 – New York Workshop
· July 27-30 – New York Training Module 3 - Intake as Intervention
· August 17 – New York Open Center – Free To Love: Creating Great Relationships
· Sept 21-22 – Calgary Workshop – Free To Love: Creating Great Relationships
· Sept 23 – Calgary – Personal and Professional Development
· Sept 28-Oct 1– New York Training Module 4 - Trauma and Resolution (Tucker)

· Oct 12-13 – California Institute of Integral Studies -Creating Great Relationships
· October 26-27 – Boulder Workshop
· November 9-10 – Vancouver Workshop
· November 16-17 – San Mateo Workshop (English and Spanish)
· Nov 16-19 – New York Training Module 5 - Stance of the Facilitator (Tucker)
· December 7-8– Miami Workshop

2012
· January 21-22 – San Francisco Bay Area Workshop
· January 28-29 – Miami Workshop
· January 30-31 – Miami Training
· February 9, 16, 23 – University of Pittsburgh Medical School
· February 28 – University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Social Work
· March 23-25 – Montreal Workshop and Training – Intake as Intervention
· March 30-April 1 – Kripalu – Creating Great Relationships
· April 21-22 – San Francisco Bay Area Workshop
· April 27
– Victoria, Vancouver Island (Introductory Evening)
· April 28-29 – Victoria (Vancouver Island) Workshop
· May 12-15 – Calgary Level 1– Intake as Intervention
· June 9-10 – New York City Workshop – Creating Great Relationships
· June 16-17– Miami Workshop
· June 16-19– Miami Training
· July 14-15 – Ottawa Workshop
· July 28-29– Calgary Workshop
· July 28-31 – Calgary Training 2 – Effective Resolutions in Individual Sessions
· August 11-12 – San Francisco Bay Area Workshop
· September 8-10 – Toronto (Guelph) Training Program
· September 21–Long Island Mini-Workshop – Getting to the Core of Fear
· September 22-23 – Glen Head, Long Island Workshop
· September 27– Allegheny General Hospital Psychiatry Grand Rounds
· October 6-7 – San Francisco Bay Area Workshop
· October 6-9 – California TrainingFoundations of Hellinger's Systemic Approach
· October 13-14 – Calgary TrainingIntake as Intervention (Zaychuk)
· October 27-28 – California Institute of Integral Studies -Creating Great Relationships
· November 3-4 – Miami Workshop
· November 5-6 – Miami – "Wisdom for Everyday Living" – Great Relationships
· November 17-18 – Calgary – Illness and Chronic Conditions
· November 19– Calgary – Illness and Reconciliation: Principles of Good Health

· December 1-2 – San Francisco Bay Area Workshop
· December 1-4 – California Training Level 1– Intake as Intervention

2011
· January 7 – University of Pittsburgh – Graduate School of Social Work
· January
22-23 – San Francisco Bay Area Workshop
· February 5 – Santa Rosa - Center for Spiritual Living
· February 19-22 – Chicago Training – Illness and Chronic Conditions
· February 27 – San Francisco Bay Area - Core LanguageTM Workshop

· March 4-6 – Kripalu – Having the Relationship I Want
· March 19-22 – Miami – "Free to Love" Relationship Workshop
· April 2-5 – Calgary/Edmonton Training Level 4
· April 16-17 – San Francisco Bay Area Workshop
· April 30-May 1 – Seattle Workshop
· May 19 – Mon Yough Community Services – Illness and Chronic Conditions
· May 21-24 – Pittsburgh Body-Focused Training (Shannon Zaychuk)
· June 11-12 – Vancouver Workshop– Creating Great Relationships
· June 24-26 – Montreal Training Program – Illness and Chronic Conditions
· July
9-10 – Sacramento Workshop
· August 6-9 – Calgary/Edmonton Training Level 5
· August 13-14– Calgary – Illness and Chronic Conditions 
· September 17-18 – Miami Workshop– "Creating Great Relationships"
· September 19-20 – Miami Training – How Relationships Succeed
· September 24 – Seattle Conference- Chronic Disease and Inflammation
· October 1-4 – California Training Level 1– Intake as Intervention
· October 22-23 – Los Angeles Workshop

· November 4-6 – California Institute of Integral Studies -Creating Great Relationships

· December 3-6 – California Training Level 2 – Effective Resolutions in Individual Sessions

2010
· January 9 – Pittsburgh Workshop
· January 15-17 – Pittsburgh Training Level 1
· January 16 – Pittsburgh Workshop
· January 30-31 – Sacramento Workshop
· February 19 – University of Pittsburgh
· February 26-28 – Pittsburgh Training Level 2
· February 27 – Pittsburgh Workshop
· March 6-7 – St Louis Workshop
· March 6-9 – St Louis Training Level 3
· March 20-21 – Seattle Workshop
· March 22 – Tacoma Workshop
· April 16-18 – Pittsburgh Training Level 3
· April 17 – Pittsburgh Workshop
· April 24-27– Calgary/Edmonton Training Level 1
· May 1-2 – Chicago
· May 7 – University of Pittsburgh – Graduate School of Social Work

· May 21-23 – Montreal Training Program
· June 4-6 – Pittsburgh Training Level 4
· June
5 – Pittsburgh Workshop
· June 26-27 – Corte Madera, CA
· July 23-25 – Pittsburgh Training Level 5
· August 21-24 – Calgary/Edmonton Training Level 2
· August 28-29 – Calgary
– Illness: Our Unconscious Connection to the Family   
· September 10-12 – Pittsburgh Training Level 6
· September 28 – Mon Yough Community Services – Intake as Intervention
· October 2-3 – Columbus, OH Workshop
· October 16-17 – Sacramento Workshop
· October 16-19 – Chicago Training Level 1
· November 20-23 – Calgary/Edmonton Training Level 3
· December 4-5 – Miami Workshop

· December 6 – Advanced Training and Supervision

· December 4-7 – Chicago Training Level 2

2009
· January 10-11 – Los Angeles Workshop
· January 10-13 – Los Angeles Training Level 2
· January 23-25 – Pittsburgh Training Level 1
· January 24 – Pittsburgh Workshop
· February 7-8 – Chicago
· February 21-22 – Dallas Workshop
· February 21-24 – Dallas Training Level 2
· March 7-8 – Seattle
· March 13-15 – Pittsburgh Training Level 2
· March 14 – Pittsburgh Workshop
· March 17 – Mon Yough Community Services – Workshop: Trauma Interventions
· March 21-22 – Dayton, OH – Autism: A Family Systems Perspective
· April 4-5 – Los Angeles Workshop
· April 4-7 – Los Angeles Training Level 3
· April 18-19 – Ottawa
· April 24-25 – Rochester, NY
· May 1-3 – Pittsburgh Training Level 3
· May 2 – Pittsburgh Workshop
· May 8 – University of Pittsburgh
· May 16-17 – Dallas Workshop
· May 16-19 – Dallas Training Level 3
· June 6-7 – Edmonton Workshop
· June 6-9 – Edmonton Advanced Training
· June 12-14 – Pittsburgh Training Level 4

· June 13 – Pittsburgh Workshop
· July 18-19 – Los Angeles Workshop
· July 18-21 – Los Angeles Training Level 4
· July 27 – Magee-Womens Hospital University of Pittsburgh
· August 1 – Pittsburgh Workshop
· August 15-16 – Dallas Workshop
· August 15-18 – Dallas Training Level 3
· August 28-30 – Pittsburgh Training Level 5
· September 12-13 – Chicago
· September 25 – University of Pittsburgh
· October 3 – Pittsburgh Workshop
· October 10-12 – Montreal Training Program
· October 16-18 – Pittsburgh Training Level 6
· October 24-25 – Los Angeles Workshop
· October 24-27 – Los Angeles Training Level 5
· November 21-22 – Miami Workshop
· December 5 – Pittsburgh Workshop