CONSTELLATION or SYSTEM ARRANGEMENT Constellation is the arrangement of the parts of a system in space, which reveals the relationships and connections between the parts.
FAMILY CONSTELLATION Family constellation is a method of visualizing the relationships and relationships between people in a family, which may involve one or more generations. The aim is to reveal subconscious connections with grandparents and distant ancestors. In the process, hidden dynamics emerge, which can include repressed feelings, behavioral patterns and moral attitudes inherited from ancestors, guilt, fears and phobias.

An organizational constellation is a method of mapping and modeling a team and an organization that results in information about systemic problems. It is used on various topics related to the functioning of the organization: structure, leadership, goals, employee recognition, strategies, negotiation, conflict, recruitment, open and covert relationships, etc.


A structural constellation is the work of the client’s internal, external, and meta-level components, such as: the client’s purpose, obstacles, resources, focus; at the meta-level, war, disaster, time, etc.

INDIVIDUAL CONSTELLATION An individual constellation is a work between a therapist and a client using the constellation method without a group – the representatives can be the therapist himself, markers, puppets, etc.


CONSTELLATION FIELD A constellation field is a field that emerges through a substitutional cognition during a constellation that reveals essential information.


From the role of substitute, the person cognitively receives information about the client’s experiences, which becomes an indicator and a driving force of the constellation.


A substitute is a member of a constellation group chosen by the client, who is placed in the role of a member of his system and who transmits the information obtained through the substitute cognition.


A constellator is a trained specialist who uses constellations e. systematic allocation method.


A system is a set of elements connected to each other. System characteristics: interrelationships and relationships that are subject to certain regularities. In the world of constellations, a distinction is made between family, organization, personality parts, and so on. systems.


The basic principles of the constellation are the necessity of systemic laws, according to which the systems are organized and on the basis of which the client’s system is balanced in the constellation. These are the principle of belonging, the principle of order and hierarchy, and the principle of balance.


The constellation method is used in many areas of life and work, from law and business management to pedagogy and psychology, from the personal to the societal level.The constellation method has proven to be an effective tool in the human empowerment working methods outlined below.

SUPERVISION Supervision is a systematic process of work-related counseling, which is especially necessary for professionals who work with people and their work. The focus is on the interaction between individuals, work tasks and the organization

Coaching is solving a specific problem, but also increasing efficiency as a whole. The topics of coaching are often spiritual growth, career, interpersonal relationships, efficiency at work, planning and implementing change, involving the team, making choices, overcoming fears, finding and implementing one’s vision.

TRAINING Training is the repeated practice of a particular skill / ability / skill with the aim of acquiring or enhancing it.
TEACHING Transfer and mediation of knowledge and skills for the purpose of acquiring them
DEBRIEFING Encouraging the emergence of strong emotions and feelings
MENTORING Mentorlus on on suhe, mille käigus teadlikum isik aitab juhtida vähem kogenenud isikut. Mentor on isik, kellel peab olema teatav erialane pädevus.

Consulting is sector-specific counseling of the work process.


As an expert, counseling is informing the client about his / her possibilities


Psychotherapy is the support of personal growth and / or healing through various psychotherapy techniques (methods, tools).

The principle of belonging – the membership of every member of the human system must be taken into account, forgetting people and lack of respect often have negative consequences.

The principle of order – the position and responsibility of each member of the human system depends on his / her position, in order to achieve better results in the organization, people should be aware of each other’s job boundaries and respect them.

The principle of a balance between giving and receiving – the contribution of the members of the system should be matched by an appropriate remuneration (money, recognition, status, etc.), if more is taken or given, it can have negative consequences. This may also apply to “overpayment” of an employee.