Diana Claire Douglas

Diana Claire Douglas is a systemic facilitator, coach, consultant (for individuals, families, organizations, and the collective), and founder of Knowing Field Designs: Aligning Human Systems with Life. She brings to her facilitation her love for Life as an artist, an author, a researcher, and a grandmother. Attuning to the Sacred, her purpose is to participate in the movements to situate humanity in our rightful place, in relationship with All-Life.

Douglas is lead Constellator for The Hague Center for Global Governance, Innovation and Emergence and for Integral City. She has participated in the evolution of the newest branch of Systemic Constellation Work—which she has named Constellating for the Collective. Douglas is co-creating The Hague Center for Field Inquiry—an innovative home for action research using a phenomenological approach.

Her work with complex systems (that serves a city or cities) was recognized by Integral City’s awarding her the “Meshworker of the Year” Award, 2018.

Nina Ishtar

Nina’s first career was in outdoor recreation, this lead to over 30 years’ diverse experience in the Education and Training System in Australia. It was in this system her fascination and expertise with organisational and business development grew, particularly during a five year period as a cross sector partnership broker and facilitator. In addition she qualified as a Cranio – Sacral therapist and Qigong teacher and has worked in part time practice for over 20 years. 

Today, she has her own systemic consultancy, Reflective Systems; assisting businesses, organisations and individuals with professional success and wellbeing. She has a strong interest in working with societal and collective issues and will undertake further training in this field in 2021.  She is grateful to have trained in System Dynamics in Organisations with the exceptional teachers and world leaders at the Bert Hellinger Institute in the Netherlands. She lives in rural Western Australia, on the traditional land of the Menang and Bibbulman people, where she is surrounded by two of her greatest resources, nature and space.

www.reflectivesystems.com.au

nina@reflectivesystems.com.au

Zita Tulyahikayo

Zita Tulyahikayo FRSA is a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, holds ICF accredited training in Systemic Coaching, she is a Master Practitioner of NLP, and a Systemic Constellations Facilitator, and Therapist. She has an international client base and 15 years in practice.

Her first-class training is underpinned by a successful career as a fashion editor, and as a stylist for the music and entertainment industry in the USA, where she worked with major global corporations and high-performance individuals.

Her training also draws upon Shamanic traditions from her African and Caribbean heritage, Somatic Trauma Healing, Guided Visualisations and Mindfulness.

Zita co-writes Loving Legal Life, a well-being and career column for The Lawyer online and for Counsel Magazine. Zita co-founded The Libra Partnership with James Pereira QC. In 2019 they co-founded The Budding Bar, a free coaching and mentoring group for young African, Asian and Caribbean women who aspire to become Barristers. Together, they co-facilitate Diversity Discourse, an online space for difficult conversations. 

With her 15 years of experience, Zita is frequently called to speak on: 

Race, Slavery and Colonisation

Transgenerational Trauma

Diversity and Inclusion

The Wellbeing of the Individual v The Wellbeing of the Organisation

 Zita has worked with:

The Government Legal Department, The Chancery Bar, The Female Fraud Forum, Middle Temple, The Cabinet Office, 3 Verulam Building, Wellness for Law, Women in Banking and Finance, St John’s Chambers, The Centre for Systemic Constellations 

For more information, please feel free to get in touch.

Website: www.lifetherapywithzita.com

Email: zita@lifetherapywithzita.com