When war is part of a country's history, the echoes of the trauma and horror of that war can show up again and again in the relationships between men and women in the following generations. Anngwyn St. Just and Karl-Heinz Rauscher are coming to Dublin for a ground breaking three day workshop, exploring how our relationships with each other have been influenced by the trauma of war.
Róisín Fallon and Líam Mac Gabhann are
delighted to be hosting this workshop in June 2018. From their experience working as family
constellations facilitators in Ireland, it is clear that there are long standing associations between
family relationships and the experiences over generations of war and rebellion.
The workshop takes place at the National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracksin Dublin. Collins
Barracks and the surrounding area have been integrally involved in the history of war and rebellion in
Ireland, and both world wars over generations. The surrounding area is synonomous with the history
of Viking invasion and occupation of Dublin, so the association with war is steeped in the history,
bricks and mortar of this area.
Although, the links from Museum website provide a wider view and information about the
surrounding area and the history of the barracks (now museum) with additional links to Dublin itself;
we will update ticket holders with more information about the conference and things to do, closer to the event.