Date: 5 September 2019 from 14:30 to 16:15
Conductors: Küllike Lillestik
Surviving in the family – how is it possible in 2019?
The family into which we are born is the foundation, the basis for the growth of the person who is today. A family is made up of the feelings and relationships between people – intimacy, caring, loyalty, support and love. The family is the only place in the world where people are loved not for what they do or give, but for being who they are.
During the workshop, we will examine how to survive in the family if it is not secure: how to support and hold, and whether it is possible to increase the security of all family members, so that love could grow and transform. We will also learn whether this will allow to change the existing family patterns.
The workshop employs the methods of psychodrama, family constellations, family systems therapy and Imago and EFT relationship therapy.
CV/s: Küllike Lillestik, psychodrama Certified Practitioner (CP). I am a graduate of the Tallinn Psychodrama Institute. Since 2006 I have a private practice as systemic family therapist, EFT and IMAGO couple therapist, psychodrama group therapist. I have also started studying to become a family therapy trainer, and I am a student of systemic family constellation.