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This book is a psychotherapist's reflections on the relationship between psychotherapy, truth, ancestry, tribe, and democracy. Ancestral Blueprints: Revealing Invisible Truths in America s Soul provides a way to relate to the silence that is passed from one generation to the next by offering: insight into the wisdom of our elders and the influence of their lives on ours; c ...more
Paperback, 1st, 136 pages
Published September 28th 2009 by Family Constellations West (first published 2009)
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Charlotte  Wrenn
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Lisa B. Iversen has written a powerful and prophetic book. Although it was written in 2009, it is a book about 2020, and the reasons for the peaceful, massive marches for racial justice in America this summer. Influenced by Bert Hellinger and his Family Constellation work, Lisa writes about the soul of America as well as our wounded family networks. "Our lives are deeply affected by events that took place in earlier generations. Individual struggles with grief, shame, guilt, perfectionism, and d ...more
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A good intro to family constellation work. I definitely appreciate the level of consciousness she has about how the way the US was settled, influenced the American psyche.
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Lisa received her Masters in Social Work from the University of Washington in 1992. Her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and English, with a minor in Women’s Studies, is from the University of Minnesota (1986). She has been a practicing psychotherapist in the Pacific Northwest since 1993 and facilitating Systemic and Family Constellations since 1999. From 2008-2015 she co-hosted the radio show, “Life ...more

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