Katherine Revoir is a student and teacher of resonant language and social neuroscience as they apply to how we dance in relationship with one another. She folds this into her constellation facilitation work.
As a constellation facilitator, Katherine Revoir touches many healing modalities. For the past 6 years she has facilitated online and in person Happy Brain groups that integrate family constellations with interpersonal neuroscience, Non-violent Communication, and depth empathy work. She offers individual, on line, and group constellations.
As a student and teacher, she combines the cognitive and social aspects of neuroscience as they apply to unraveling entanglements. She offered a workshop at the 2017 North American Systemic Constellation Conference, and has offered constellation workshops at the ISCA intensive in Germany and other conferences.
Katherine has been an artist for 50 years, and she draws creative cartoon visuals that help students understand how our brains connect with each other and what we can do about it. As a counselor, teacher, speaker, and ordained minister, Katherine brings others and herself to a deeper experience of compassion, emotional resilience, and brain integration (the heart of wellbeing). She has written curriculum for over 30 spiritual development classes and workshops and has taught over 100 classes and playshops on personal development.
Katherine is the author of two published books, Spiritual Doodles & Mental Leapfrogs (Red Wheel/Weiser), and CREATE! A Sketchbook and Journal (Chronicle Books). Her website is www.RicherLiving.org
Katherine offers four 6-week online groups: a constellation group, a constellation facilitation supervision group, and two Happy Brain groups that combine constellations with resonant language and neuroscience. Katherine also offers a free day of constellations every month. More info is at www.RicherLiving.org.
Workshop Title: Using the Whiteboard on Zoom to Facilitate Online Constellations
Would you like to facilitate constellations online but wonder if online constellations can be as meaningful as they are in person? My answer to this question is yes! Join us for an informal, experiential workshop to learn to use the whiteboard on Zoom.
The whiteboard offers a visual for the convergence of the many streams of energy that move through a constellation. Concepts that are not easily represented in a physical room with people can be illustrated in ways that have a strong impact. You can draw emotional, physical, and mental experiences (e.g., the weight of the world, 12 generations of addiction, or an ocean of sadness).
The good news is that you don’t need drawing experience. Do you like to doodle? I’ll show you how to make representations that are simple visuals. Stick figures are great, and if you tend to judge yourself for how you draw, you can bet that whoever is seeing it will find meaning. You can use your track pad, a mouse, an iPad, or a tablet.
Whether you want to facilitate group constellations, private constellations, or if you are a therapist who would like to add constellations to your practice, our world is online and may stay that way for a while.
Here’s what we’ll do in our informal workshop:
Our workshop will take place in my Zoom meeting room, and you will receive the Zoom link when you register for the conference. It’s preferable to join from a computer, so you can participate in playing with the whiteboard. If you use a phone to join the Zoom room you can’t draw on the whiteboard.
Here’s a comment from a recent workshop I offered:
“Katherine, thank you so so much for sharing your time and expertise with us today. Before all this online work I used a variety of methods to facilitate both individual and group constellations. I’ve really missed that way of helping my clients ‘dip in’ to the field and today you’ve blessed me with the way to continue helping them do that. Thanks more than you’ll ever know!” ~ Kathryn M
Would you like to facilitate constellations online but wonder if online constellations can be as meaningful as they are in person? My answer to this question is yes! Join us for an informal, experiential workshop to learn to use the whiteboard on Zoom. The whiteboard offers a visual for the convergence of the many streams […]