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Vivian Broughton

Vivian Broughton is a gestalt constellations trauma therapist. She has been in private practice since 1989, and has worked with the methodology of constellations since 2000, focusing on trauma as a central psychotherapeutic issue since 2010. She has studied with Professor Franz Ruppert since 2005. She is the author of two books on the topic of Ruppert's theories of Multi-Generational Psychotraumatology and trauma constellations, and she has edited three of Ruppert's books translated into English. She has also written several articles for professional journals. She works in London and Bristol in the UK and in several other countries including Norway, Romania, Turkey, Israel and the USA. She teaches MGPT and Constellations work in Denmark and the USA.

Books:
In the Presence of Many - Reflections on Constellations Emphasising the Individual Context (Green Balloon Publishing, 2010, UK)
The Heart of Things: Understanding Trauma - Working with Constellations (Green Balloon Publishing, UK)
Becoming your true self: a handbook for the journey from trauma to healthy autonomy (The Trauma Awareness Project, an imprint of Green Balloon Publishing, UK)


Past and present Confer events
Psychotherapeutic Insights into Resolving Intergenerational Trauma
31 May and 1 June 2014







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