Zoom Presentations For The Virginia Satir Global Network

Welcome to The Virginia Satir Global Networks weekly informational gathering featuring members of the Virginia Satir Network as well as videos of Satir.

The Virginia Satir Global Network (VSGN) is delighted to be able to offer you the video presentations listed below.  The first three are originals of Virginia teaching and the rest are from persons in the Satir community.  We hope you will find them inspirational and educational.

It should be noted that the comments made by the presenters are solely those of the presenters and do not necessarily represent those of VSGN. VSGN assumes no responsibility for the content, accuracy, or completeness of the information presented and does not endorse or approve it. Each work presented is copyrighted by the person presenting. These documents are intended for wide, cited distribution. © All rights reserved.

Attendees should note that sessions are audio-recorded and may be published in various media, including print, audio and video formats without further notice.

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      1. Virginia Satir: The Seed Model
      2. Virginia Satir: The Process of change
      3. Virginia Satir: The Communication Stances
      4. Eileen Strider: The “Process of Change” PowerPoint from Media File PDF of Presentation 
      5. Jean McLendon: Practicing Peace Within, Between and Among:   File PDF of Presentation 
      6. Howard Kahn: His history and interest in Satir
      7. Sandy Novak: From Coping to Congruence in the Age of Corona Virus
      8. Maria Gomori: The most profound teachings Maria received from Virginia about living and leaving
      9. Brian Colbert: Developing Resilient States of Consciousness in times of challenge and uncertainty
      10. Michele Baldwin and Bud (Dewitt) Baldwin: One couple’s long standing relationship with Virginia and what they learned about her and themselves
      11. Géric Lebedoff: The principle of uncertainty – looking into the next status quo
      12. Tim Sitt: Interviews Sharon Loeschen
      13. Sandra Finkelman: With whom am I having the pleasure?
      14. Tim Sitt: Towards congruence: integrating the hierarchical model and seed model
      15. Grace Yung Interviewed Barbara Jo Brothers About Her book, Well-Being Writ Large: The Essential Work of Virginia Satir”.
      16. Regina Ragan Taggart: The Wisdom Box, A tool for Self Esteem
      17. Lutricia (“Pat”) Callair and  Jean McLendon: A Conversation about Racism
      18. Lutricia (“Pat”) Callair, Myriam Loeschen and Maggie Gitu-Nair: Conversation about Racism
      19. Sophia Diaz, Maria Traver, Ginny Wong, Miriam Freeman, Gabriel Galassi and Hugh Gratz: A Conversation about Racism
      20. Stephen Buckbee: A presentation about the “Mandala”,  Process of Change and current events  PDF for presentation  Mandala Chaos
      21. Laura Dodson: Transformational Change In Human System. PDF for Transformational Change In Human Systems 
      22. Alina and Andreea Serban: Unique and Different 
      23. Bonnie Lee: Using the Congruence Couple Therapy Frame for Exploring the Spiritual Dimension
      24. Pat Bragg: Humanizing Divorce Mediation  Using Virginia Satir’s Beliefs and Processes When Couples Separate
      25. John Banmen:The Satir Inheritance 
      26. Natalie Chantagul:  Satir Stances
      27. Robert Williams: Understanding Context,Congruence and Coping Stances:  A Digital Analysis of Mental States
      28. Gabrielle Galassi: The Satir Coaching and Mentoring Program for a Homeless Shelter Charity
      29. Jacobie Robinson: Using the Satir Model to Help Heterosexual African American Men Who are Addicted to Online Pornography Reclaim Their Identity and Sexual Satisfaction in Marriage
      30. Jean Mclendon and Lutricia Callair: Virginia’s Ways of Perceiving the World 
      31. Jean McLendon,  and Lutricia Callair,: Virginia Satir’s Seed Model to look at it as a way to understand what we need to do to create an anti-racist and non-white supremacy culture
      32. Melanie DeMore: Song writer and singer Sings a song called “I know there is A Sun”
      33. Suzanne Brown: Satir and Substance Abuse
      34. Madeleine De Little: Satir in the Sand Tray. PDF of Presentation  Satir in the Sand Tray
      35. Darya Haitoglou: Change-Intelligence. How to master a habit change    Change Intelligence Brochure
      36. Stephen Buckbee: Stephen Buckbee  Interviewed  by Hana Scibranyova.   PDF of Presentation
      37. Dani Weinberg: Satir has Gone to the Dogs (Training dogs using Satir concepts)
      38. Brenda Wade: The Universal Power of the Satir Model: Applying Virginia Satir’s work in Books, TV, Film and in Unlearning Racism
      39. Martha Morgan: Using Satir in Therapy,Education and Life.   Using Satir In Therapy PDF
      40. Janine Tougas and Valerie Monk: Virginia Satir and Mother Goose
      41. Linda Lucas: Virginia Satir and The Fourth Birth of being human
      42. Sibel Erenel: Working with Couples in the Satir Model in Building Intimacy and Helping Resolving Differences.   File PDF of Presentation.
      43. Sandy Novak: The Iceberg—The Essential Tool of Transformation
      44. Michelle, Ryan:Helping Children Grieve Using the Satir Model 
      45. Seth Eisenberg: Realizing Virginia’s Vision of Sacred Trust for America’s Most Vulnerable
      46. Miriam Freeman: Laughter Yoga Listen to the link below to hear the mediation.
      47. Tali Aharony:How to build a safe connected community? What is the secret of Satir that facilitates such a community?
      48. Nestern Gazioglu: Applying the Satir Model to Positive Psychology File PDF of presentation
      49. Robin Beardsley: Know Thy Self 
      50. Ann Steiner Ann Steiner:  The Healing Power of Groups  Recommended Reading 4 Satir Global Steiner
      51. Jennifer Nagel: Beyond Survival: From Coping to Congruence
      52. Jamie and Ross Ungerleider Discovering Your Mindful Heart: An Explorer’s Guide.  Developing your internal resources to manage life’s demands.
      53. Kirsten Murray: Strong Couples: Basic Skills the Elicit Connection and Transform Relationships.
      54. James Robert Bitter: Similarities and Difference Between Adler and Satir. (Video Pending)
      55. Maggie Gitu: Sex Therapy and Satir: Exploring through the Lens of Choice
      56. Darya Haitoglou and Pat Bragg. Virtual Sculpting. Technology meets Satir
      57. Agnes Windram: Connecting to and Taking Care of Each Other
      58. Hugh Gratz: A Trauma response Worker, Lessons learned
      59. David Golden and Paula Englander Golden, Virginia Satir and Say it Straight The following is the Transcript:  My wife
      60. Maryl Weatherburn and Sharon Loeschen Stories for Growth and Transformation 
      61. Cecilia Costa: The Transformation Game Integrated into the Sacred Work of Virginia Satir
      62. Paula and David Golden: A Sample Workshop from the Say It Straight Training
      63. Mel McNeil: Reflections on the Marriage of Meaning and Purpose
      64. Diana Newton:Yoga and Self-Esteem.  PDF Yoga & self-esteem
      65. Jamie Ungerleider and Ross Ungerielder: Applying Satir’s Model to Dissonant and Resonant Leadership Styles
      66. Carol E. Provo:Cluster B Personality Disorders, Narcissism and the Satir Model
      67. Miriam Freeman, Valerie McGaha, Louis Vetri and Cynthia Spray: The Satir Coaching and Mentoring Specialist Program
      68. Patricia Jameson: Relationships:A Call to Disruptive Empathy
      69. Darya Haitoglou: Virginia Satir Communication Tool for Conflict Resolution and Presentation online
      70. Duane Osterlind and Gundolf Strehl: Including Satir in working with Individuals struggling with compulsive sexual behavior and serial infidelity
      71. Sr. Maria LirioL. Guillermo:Triads and Family Process An application of the teachings of Virginia Satir in the School Setting
      72. Jeanne Villa:Transformational NLP
      73. Gundolf Strehl: Finding and dealing with Trauma In Therapy
      74. Carole E. Provo: Games, Tricks and Weapons:Exploring the Narcissistic Playbook
      75. Agnes Windram:A Trainees’ Journey Through the Enriching Program:Discovering, Experiencing & Growing Together
      76. Nitza Broide-Miller, Beth Nemesh and Ofra River: Integrating Expressive Arts with the Satir Model. 
      77. Pat Bragg: Making Spiritual Connections 
      78. Lyla Harman: Satir and and Indigenous Approach to Healing and Resource information  Indigenous Resources pdf
      79. Anti-Racism Funding Series: Donald L. Williams and Erris Dolberry: Cease For Pace  Here is the Cease For Peace PDF
      80. Anti-Racism Funding Series: Jerome Carter: Inspiration 52, Here is the  the PDF Inspiration 52
      81. Anti-Racism Funding Series:Ms. Katie Mclendon: Families Achieve Success,  Here is the PDF of the Presentation 
      82. Anti-Racism Funding Series:Myriam Loeschen: Joy Facilitation 
      83. Dalia Sheiha: The Adaptability of the Satir Model in the Middle East
      84. Al-Fadhul: The Key to Happiness
      85. Maria Gomori Memorial 
      86. Virginia Satir:” Teaching Family Therapy”  The Virginia Satir Family Series Transcript For teaching Family Therapy
      87. Virginia Satir: “The Family Interview“. TranscriptFAMILY DYNAMICS
      88. In Memory of DeWitt C. “Bud” Baldwin Jr. M.D. 
      89. Linda Lucas and Tricia Antoniuk: About the work of the Satir Institute of the Pacific
      90. Michael Argumaniz Hardin: Becoming Mexican
      91. Megan Doyle:Come Home Finding Comfort in who you are, How A book evolved when I broke the Rules. 
      92. Bud (Dewitt) Baldwin and Michele Baldwin: Use of Self in Therapy
      93. Diana Hall: A visit with Diana About her years with Virginia Satir
      94. Evelyne Laronze Thomas:Conveying and Transforming Hope into Possibilities
      95. Virginia Satir:Working with a family in Moscow
      96. Katrina Smith: Moving on without you:How to keep it Moving When He’s Already moved On
      97. Richard Kennedy: The Continuum of Trauma  EMDR presentation notes
      98. Stephen Buckbee: Self Care the Process of Change and the Mandala    The process of change and self care [Autosaved] PowerPoint
      99. Maria Rosa Reifler: The Power of Self Management  and  Handouts
      100. Mary Jo Bulbrook:Restoring Hope and Promoting Healing.
      101. Beth Nemesh:Musical Interventions in War-Related Trauma: Using BASIC-Ph Model for Coping and Resilience
      102. Hugh Gratz:The Confluence of the Satir Model with Trauma Work
      103. Stephen Buckbee, Richard Kennedy, & Gundolf Strehl: A Conversation about trauma and Self-Care. Richard Kennedy Trauma Handout  S Buckbee Handout Process of Change
      104. Virginia Satir: The Temperature Reading
      105. Spencer Wade:Exploration into Satir’s Forth Birth
      106. Anti-Racism Recognition Month: Cease For Peace
      107. Anti-Racism Recognition Month: Inspiration 52
      108. Anti-Racism Recognition Month: Joy Facilitation
      109. Anti-RacismRecognition Month:Families Achieving Success
      110. Gwendalle Cooper:We are all Connected
      111. Mary Jo Bulbrook: Conversations with Virginia Satir 
      112. Pat Bragg: About The Second Opinion Society a Link to the site.   Darya Haitoglou:How to Deal with Anxiety
      113. Sherry Heinze: Satir tools use beyond Therapy
      114. Janine Tougas: Yes Santa Claus, there is a Virginia 
      115. Mary Jo Bulbrook: “Building your Conversations with Virginia” including Appreciations to Janet Christie Seely
      116. Eileen Strider:A look at the Summer Intensive Program 
      117. Virginia Satir: Circle of Life, this video is the beginning of a workshop in Winnipeg Canada in 1984. She had a day long program with Elisabeth Kübler-Ross.
      118. Richard Kennedy:The us of Virginia Satir’s Parts Model in Private Practice, and Notes for Parts talk
      119. Virginia Satir: “Circle of Life” Part two of opening morning session.
      120. Eileen Strider and Carol Provo: Presentation of the Anti-Racism Survey
      121. Patricia Jameson:Relational Systems :Power Over:Foundation of Oppression
      122. VSGN 2022 Annual Meeting and Annual Meeting 2022 Presentation
      123. Heidi Waters: The “Stuff” of Dreams and a resource page.Heidi Waters
      124. Laura Dodson Memorial Zoom
      125. Michael Argumaniz Hardin: Ethical Use of Touch in Therapy
      126. Reem Mohamed Ahmed: Reclaim Your Free Spirit & Choose Love
      127. Agnes Windram: Virginia Satir Approach &Playback Theatre: The Freedom to Feels 
      128. Sandy Novak and John Banman: Satir and China 
      129. Linda Lucas: Experiences of grief associated with loss
      130. Michael A. Hardin Loss, Chaos, and Self-Care: Finding a New Status Quo