Barbara Morgan Barbara Morgan originally trained as a Gestalt Psychotherapist, Barbara has been working with constellations since 1997, one year after the Founder, Bert Hellinger first came to England. Her experience of the work has been personally transformative and as best she can, Barbara ‘walks her talk’. She sees family constellations as a way of life and her pursuit of ‘truth’ as far as that is ever possible, leads to a deep commitment to the work she does. Second only to family, it is her guiding passion.

She is currently training people in the UK and Romania and runs workshops in the UK, Ireland and Lithuania. Her role as Editor of The Knowing Field began in 2004 when she took over from Barbara Stones and Jutta ten Herkel. Within a year, she doubled the size of the journal and the frequency of publication. As Editor, she is privileged to have access to the latest developments in the work worldwide and is fascinated by the progress constellation work is making across the globe. Recent author of Coming Home: A First step into the world of Family Constellations, Barbara is planning to write another book on Mothering over the next year.

Dragos Riti

Dragos Riti is from Romania and has a background in engineering and worked for more than 20 years in multinational organizations. His first encounter with the systemic work was in 2009. It was a birthday present, to be part of a Family Constellation workshop, for a week-end. There he got the insight of his life: that this is the path to pursue for the rest of his life. After years of discoveries and training, doing this work with deep gratitude spreading and the knowledge wherever it’s needed. The Bert Hellinger Institute from the Netherlands was an important contributor of his development in this field.Systemic perception has become second nature and helps to bring this work in organizations, family and society. He is a trainer of family and organizational constellations, running trainings and workshops locally and internationally.

Dragos is also the founder of Quantum Connection providing assistance, support, running trainings and workshops, helping transformational processes using systemic tools for individuals, families or organizations. He work in English, French and Romanian, and recently started working with horses using their innate ability to connect to the unconscious, revealing their systemic wisdom.

For him, every day brings the gifts of exploration and discovery, leading him on a perpetual journey into the world of marvels, where we have the opportunity and the blessing to humbly touch other people’s lives. He is deeply grateful for this.

Niall Campbell

Niall Campbell was born and raised in a rural area of Botswana. During the early 1980’s Niall began his training as a traditional diviner/healer under Hoseya Chaoke, who was originally from Zimbabwe. After Chaoke’s death in 1987, Niall continued training under Simon Sibanda, also from Zimbabwe. After qualifying as a diviner/healer, Niall furthered and deepened his knowledge with a number of different healers and elders of various southern African groups.

Niall lives in Cape Town now, where he practices traditional medicine and works with both traditional and urban people to reestablish some of the deep understandings of ancestors and kinship. In 2013 he graduated through the African Constellations Institute as a Family Constellations Facilitator.


Lindiwe Mthembu Salter

Lindiwe Mthembu Salter is one of the first group of facilitators to train and graduate in Cape Town, in 2003. She is a freelance constellations facilitator with a special interest in trauma counselling, and she integrates systematic constellations into this work. Lindiwe’s previous training is in integrative humanistic counselling.

For 22 years she has worked with various NGO/NPO’s in South Africa and Burundi. Lindiwe’s skills include working with groups of home-based caregivers that care for terminally ill patients. She facilitates self-care programs that include ways of dealing with burn-out.


Karin Huyssen

Karin Huyssen is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Stellenbosch, South Africa. She has been involved in family constellations since 2002, presenting workshops since 2004, and training and supervising facilitators since 2011. She also runs ongoing closed constellation therapy groups.

Her special interests include working with the effects of trauma; acute, complex and intergenerational. Her training in psychodynamic and systemic psychotherapy, Ego-State Therapy and Somatic Experiencing® inform her work, and she combines classical family constellations with these modalities in her inner-parts constellations method.

Gail Wrogemann

Gail Wrogemann is a specialist executive, team and systems coach and consultant, focusing on integration and alignment within and across groups and systems. Leadership of complex systems and teamwork in complex systems are key areas of experience.

She is an Industrial Psychologist and qualified coach and coach supervisor with many years’ experience in coaching, facilitating, training, organisational development, change management, and general human resources development.

Project successes include systems transformation projects across different organisations and industries, team integration and cultural alignment processes. She runs training for systems and constellations facilitator training for advanced coaches and consultants, and has run projects as team leader for coach teams. She has developed key training modules on Systems thinking, Personal Mastery, Team Performance, and designed and implemented Impact assessments and Return on Investment assessments for coaching and other organisational development projects. She is also involved with designing and managing social development projects across communities and education.

Industries of work experience include the Financial sector, Manufacturing, Construction, Mining, Telecommunications, NGO, Government, Consulting, Education, Sales, Medical, Engineering, Media, Insurance, Academia

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