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Systemic approach and hypnosis

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Systemician - relationship clinician

Exercising the profession of relational clinical systemician means accompanying relational and psychological difficulties, individual or collective, in different areas of society.
The acquisition of this job requires training of 500 hours and 3 years minimum : training systemic approach

This job is available in several specializations:
generalist systemician / health systemician / strategic coach systemician / hypno-practitioner systemician

Generalist Systemicist



  • Know how to apply the theories of cybernetic-systemic complexity.
  • Know how to develop a non-normative and non-stigmatizing intervention. 
  • Knowing how to set up an intervention framework centered on communication and interaction. 
  • Knowing how to listen and analyze problematic situations from an interactional point of view.
  • Identify interactional dynamics in terms of information.
  • Identify and work with the members of the system concerned by the problem, at a given time.  
  • Conduct a multidirectional exploration centered on interactions. 
  • Identify the homeostasis around which the request for help crystallizes. 
  • Join and respect the specificities and the singularity of each human system.
  • Know how to identify the difficulties of adaptation of a system in the face of change.


  • Know how to use aphorisms, metaphors, paradoxes.
  • Know how to set and evaluate an intervention objective.
  • Set up an intervention strategy.
  • Know how to identify and use the different modes of communication (verbal, paraverbal and non-verbal).
  • Know how to arouse and bring to life a corrective emotional experience.
  • Know how to consolidate the results obtained by the client.


  • Assuming to be included in the therapeutic system by claiming a priori non-knowledge.
  • Intervene as players of reciprocal influence in the patient/client ecosystem.
  • Use your communication and posture appropriately throughout the intervention.
  • Ability to develop a creative approach, imbued with irreverence and humour.
  • Knowing how to co-construct systemic operating modes with the patient/client.
  • Evaluate their professional practice.
  • Participate in open transdisciplinary exchanges.
  • The principles of the systems approach
  • Cybernetics and game theory.
  • Communication and information theory.
  • Constructivism.
  • complexity theories.
  • Emotional, bodily and strategic intervention skills from the work of Milton Erickson .
  • The corrective emotional experience as a lever for change.
Health systems engineer

concerned public

Psychologists / school / work / social, etc. | Psychiatrists | Family therapists | Doctors / general practitioners / work / addictologists | Marriage counselors | Family mediators | Nurses / paramedics

  • Know the basics of psychopathology.
  • Knowing how to evaluate systemic knowledge in the light of other therapeutic knowledge.
  • Systemic and relational reading of psychopathology.
  • Modalities of systemic interventions on these issues.
  • Conduct a systemic intervention based on an appropriate intervention strategy to help the patient resolve a life difficulty that is causing them problems or achieve a specific objective.
  • Describe the dysfunctional and pathogenic regulatory dynamics associated with the most common disorders (self-to-self, self-to-others, and self-to-the-world) using the patient's perceptual and reactive processes to guide intervention strategy the most effective and efficient.
  • Receive the patient in his environment, his relationships and his subjective singularity.
  • Adjusting one's posture as a speaker and one's strategic communication according to the patient's personality and the nature of his/her relationships.
  • Allow the understanding of the diagnostic process in general.
  • Allow the understanding of the possible interaction between diagnostic approach and therapeutic approach.
Work system specialist

concerned public

Leaders / managers / project manager | Human Resources | Occupational physician | Internal / external coach | Consulting | Union

  • Cognitive biases and social representations.
  • Conflict management.
  • Change process and resistance to change.
  • Know the operating processes of complex professional ecosystems (companies, organization, administration, association, etc.)
  • Structure a systemic intervention using a problem-solving methodology.
  • Have a strategic understanding of business interactions.
  • Identify homeostatic roles within groups.
  • Help to structure relational modalities within a collective (rituals, debts, loyalty, etc.)
  • Implement an appropriate collective intervention strategy acting on the emotional, behavioral, cognitive and interactional levels in order to support complex changes and transformations (of professions, organizations, digital, etc.)
  • Manage the framework and scale of the intervention (constraint, tri-partite intervention, etc.)
  • relationship to authority.
  • Collective intelligence.
  • Stimulate health and quality of life at work using the tools of the systemic and strategic approach, in order to resolve and prevent situations of suffering at work (conflicts, burn-out, harassment, relational problems, etc.) .

concerned public

Teacher | Professor | Trainer | CPE | School psychologist | School doctor | Guidance Counselor | Educational Advisor | Inspector | Animator

  • Know the operating processes of complex professional ecosystems (social networks, class, school, administration, ministries).
  • Have a general knowledge of a global approach to health
  • Know the different authority models
  • Have a general knowledge of concepts such as social representations (learning disabilities, issues of inclusion) and cognitive biases.
  • Structure a systemic intervention using a solution-oriented and problem-solving methodology.
  • Have a strategic understanding of interactions in the world of education.
  • Implement an intervention strategy and stimulate collective intelligence in order to support adaptations, changes and complex transformations.
  • Identify homeostatic roles within groups
  • Manage the framework and scale of the intervention (constraint, tripartite intervention, etc.)
  • Promote global mental health and well-being to deal with recurring life issues in the world of education (loneliness, harassment, school failure/dropout, addictions, professional orientation, conflicts).
  • Deploy leadership skills
  • Adjusting one's posture as a speaker, one's communication, one's strategy according to the interlocutor (parents, colleagues, children, community, etc.) encountered and the nature of their relationships.