This is an all-in-one bundle that includes access to all of Sarah’s monthly Constellations and Neuroscience explorations from July 2022 – February 2023. These sessions are also for sale individually or as a part of the bundle.
By purchasing this package, you have the option of attending the constellations events live each month, or watching the recordings when they’re posted (generally within 48-72 hours of the live webinar).
The July 2022 – February 2023 series includes the following topics:
- July 18, 2022 – Constellating ADHD: What is happening in the brain with ADHD? Where does ADHD come from? Clients often bring their heavy burden of distraction and anguish from decades of unsupported ADHD. Research into ADHD and its effects, consequences, and strengths has been exploding. One of the most important things to know about ADHD is its relationship with trauma. This relationship opens a space for very effective support to happen in our constellation work. Join Sarah Peyton to explore constellation possibilities for clients with ADHD.
- August 15, 2022 – Constellating OCD: Do you ever have clients who find it difficult to live with the demands their brain makes on them? Is the price for saying “no,” higher than they can endure? What are the brain patterns with OCD? What parts of the brain are involved in OCD? What does research say is helpful? Join Sarah Peyton to explore constellation possibilities for clients with OCD.
- Sept. 19, 2022 – Constellating Addiction:What does the latest research tell us about the relationship between addictions and the brain? What is the role of unconscious contracts in addiction? What is changed forever in the addicted brain, and what can be healed and leveraged to give constellation clients good lives and a sense of solid ground? Join Sarah Peyton to explore constellation possibilities for clients struggling with addiction.
- October 17, 2022 – Constellating Depression: Depression saps people’s life energies and paralyzes them. Recent research shows depression is the result of metabolic exhaustion from being left too alone in our lives. Join Sarah Peyton to explore constellation possibilities for clients struggling with depression.
- November 21, 2022 – Constellating Complex PTSD: What are the aftereffects of receiving emotional, verbal, psychological, sexual or physical violence? What happens to brains when they endure long periods of time, trapped in a situation where violence is being done? How does “ordinary” PTSD differ from complex PTSD? How can we tell the difference, and how does our healing approach differ between the two? What should we look out for, and how can we distinguish the signs of healing? Join Sarah Peyton to explore constellation possibilities for clients struggling with Complex PTSD.
- December 12, 2022 – Constellating Anxiety: Anxiety has been shown to be an unnamed pain, which can start to shift once it has been identified and resonated with. If we don’t know the neuroscience mysteries behind anxiety, it is harder to support our clients. Join Sarah Peyton to explore constellation possibilities for clients struggling with anxiety.
- January 16, 2023 – Constellating Gaslighting: Join Sarah Peyton to explore constellation possibilities for clients struggling with the aftereffects of gaslighting. Sometimes clients come to us knowing that they are trying to recover from gaslighting, and sometimes constellations can help to name what happened and support them in regaining self-trust and ground beneath them.
- February 13, 2023 – Constellating Perfectionism: How often do we, or our clients, find ourselves/themselves falling short of impossibly high standards? What purpose could perfectionism, which so often tortures so mercilessly, possibly serve? What are the contracts that take people into the self-cruelty of never being good enough, and can they be released? Join Sarah Peyton to explore constellation possibilities for clients struggling with perfectionism.