Jesper Juul, hvala za številne darove


Jesper Juul, danski družinski terapevt, predavatelj in avtor v razpravi o vzgoji otrok ter samosvoj in odločen zagovornik novih in boljših pristopov, je včeraj, 25. 7. 2019 v 72. letu starosti umrl v svojem domu na Danskem. »Otrokom postavljamo diagnoze zaradi lastnih napak«, pravi Juul eden vodilnih avtorjev o vzgoji otrok. Njegova najbolj znana knjiga Kompetentni otrok, je prevedena v 13 jezikov in je bila prodana v več kot 250.000 izvodih, v Skandinaviji pa že več kot desetletje velja za »biblijo vzgoje«.  Je avtor številnih knjig s področja družinskega življenja. V svoji karieri je delal kot učitelj in socialni delavec, nato pa se na Nizozemskem in v ZDA izobraževal za družinskega terapevta. Je soustanovitelj Kemplerjevega inštituta, katerega je med letoma 1997 in 2004 tudi vodil. S sodelavci iz različnih evropskih držav pa je na podlagi svojih znanj in izkušenj ustanovil Familylab, mednarodno organizacijo, ki družinam ponuja podporo, svetovanje in pomoč pri razvoju starševske kompetentnosti.

Jesperja Juula sem spoznala pred leti na izobraževalni delavnici, kjer me je fascinirala njegova preprostost ter sposobnost prepoznavanja jedra problema. Preko njegovega znanja sem pričela z ozaveščanjem harmonije v odnosu in kako pomembno je prepoznati svoje središče ter kdaj si v odmiku, kar se na zunaj vidi kot (ne)prevzemanje svoje/tuje odgovornosti. Jesper, hvala za številne darove.

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Jesper Juul, a Danish family therapist and author of several books on parenting to a general audience, died yesterday, July 25, 2019, at the age of 72 in his home in Denmark. “We are diagnosing the children because of our own mistakes,” says Juul, one of the leading authors on raising children.  In his book Your Competent Child he argues that today’s families are at an exciting crossroads because the destructive values — obedience, physical and emotional violence, and conformity — that governed traditional hierarchical families are being transformed. The book has been translated into 13 languages and has popularized current ideas of non-authoritarian parenting.

Jesper Juul was born in Vordingborg, Denmark. He had several jobs before entering higher education at Marselisborg Seminarium where he graduated as a teacher of history and religion in 1970. He then enrolled in studies of the history of ideas at the University of Aarhus. He financed his studies working at the resort Bøgholt in Viby J and dropped out of studies to work full-time with social treatment. At an internal course, he became acquainted with U.S. psychiatrist Walter Kempler and they became friends, finally leading to him forming the Kempler Institute of Scandinavia in 1979 with Kempler as a director. A few years later Juul had to take over leadership of the institute and would hold this position until 2004. With colleagues from different European countries, based on his knowledge and experience, he founded Familylab in 2007, an international organization that provides families with support, counseling, and assistance in developing parental competence.

I met Jesper Juul years ago at an educational workshop where I was fascinated by his simplicity and the ability to recognize the core of the problem. Through his knowledge, I started to raise awareness about harmony in relationships. Jesper, thank you for sharing your knowledge.

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