Systemic Skills Introduction


Every human is part of a system, which, in turn, is part of another system. In systemic logic, we assume that the system operates within multiple layers.

Symptoms in a system, especially unwanted symptoms, can take the form of problems or certain unwanted behaviors that call for intervention.

We mostly intervene in the over-correct.

Repetitive patterns require intervention in the undercurrent. This is where the systemic approach becomes hugely purposeful.

A systemic approach is a phenomenological approach where we study situations in their original context by 'discovering' hidden patterns of problems or behaviors.

You allow the phenomena to speak for themselves without wanting to add or change something.

The purpose is to bring a system back into the flow of pleasant or desired symptoms - flow, fun, and innovation.