Date(s) - 19/03/2024
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Exploring the Cultural and Complex Identities of Cross-Cultural Kids (Third Culture & Immigrant Kids) Through Systemic Constellations
In a world where borders blur and cultures converge, Cross-Culture Kids (Third Culture and Immigrant Kids) bring various challenges and strengths to our global community.
In this workshop, we will embark on a journey into identity, sense of belonging and the interplay of cultures through the lens of Systemic Constellations.
Systemic constellations, a therapeutic and coaching tool as well as an experiential approach, provide a safe space to facilitate open dialogue and self-discovery. They have the ability to reveal hidden dynamics and shed light on unconscious influences.
Bruna Toubia will present principles of the systemic constellation work and essential laws that underlie complex systems. With practical exercises or a constellation, we will gain insights and unlock strategies that empower Cross-culture Kids to embrace their complex identities.
Important: this event will take place over Zoom and is open to anyone interested in experiencing systemic constellation in the intercultural context. You must register to participate. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
About the speaker:
Bruna Toubia, a Third Culture Kid herself, has studied, worked and lived equally in Europe, the Middle East and the Far East and she currently lives in Switzerland. She has worked in teenage education, adult training, translation and business development, for institutions as well as commercial companies. For the last 15 years, she has been working as an intercultural consultant, life and business coach and a facilitator of systemic constellations. Her constellation work is influenced by various trainings and methods, mainly by her trainings in Systemic Family and Management Constellations with Dr. Albrecht Mahr, Systemic Self-Integrating trauma constellations with Ero Langlotz and Psychosynthesis with Gerhard Schobel.