About The Camp
Systemic Family Constellation work is a powerful healing process that has the potential to transform lives. Camp facilitator Barbara Morgan is deeply committed to the pursuit of truth and the spiritual contentment that can emerge out of facing the pain and trauma experienced by ourselves and our families, both past and present. She knows of no other method that can more effectively help us achieve this state than family constellations.
This is a residential closed group camp where 45 participants will have the opportunity for deep exploration of family & community systemic entanglements and seek to acknowledge and resolve long standing issues in their generational lines.
Following an arrival welcome ritual on Thursday evening Barbara will hold a closed constellation group each morning with the late afternoons given over to exploration of mixed approaches to constellation work with six facilitators trained by and working with Barbara: Líam Connolly, Roisín Fallon, Gabriella Kiss, Líam Mac Gabhann & Johanne Webb. Supportive activities will be offered during the days and evenings. Healing work will take place in a purpose built Yurt.
This is an actual camping week, where participants will set up tents in three circles, cook on camp fires (wood provided), without electricity/electronics and in a drug and alcohol free environment.
The aim is to get as close to nature, land and the elements as possible, so as to enhance the capacity for participants to open up and enter a safe space for deep exploration and healing.