Founded by Steven Young Under the direction of
Virginia Satir

Peoplemaking of Colorado offers a variety of programs all based on the work of Steven Young and Virginia Satir. We hope that you can find information and programs that meet your needs.


Father's Son's & Brother's Is an experiential, educational and growth workshop for men and the men who work with them.  You will explore the intimate relations with the men in your lives, inside and outside the family,  as well as issues of attachment and separation from the mother and connection with the father. Our work will demonstrate healing the triadic relationship and emergence into full adult masculinity and high self-esteem.


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The Web of WisdomThe Web of Wisdom is an educational and growth experience for women and the women who work with them. You will explore the intimate relations with the women in your lives, inside and outside the family, as well as issues of attachment to, separation from and peerage with the mother. Our work will demonstrate healing the triadic relationship and emergence into full adult humanity, femininity and high self-esteem.


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Thirst for Freedom was created by Steven Young that is based on a combination of the work of Dr. David Stewart and Virginia Satir.  It was derived out of a corrections program for alcohol and drug related offenses in El Paso County, Co in 1971. It is also used currently in Glen and Butte counties, CA.   It is a humanistic, resource-based approach to addictions.  Thirst for Freedom is designed to support 12-step programs, proven to be highly useful and effective for parents and youth


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Family Reconstruction "The Law of Life is Change.  Nothing continues for any length of time.  Happiness must become unhappiness, and will be succeeded again by the joy it has displaced. And the past must also be reckoned with; It is scarcely as far behind us as we might wish, and the future trips over it just when we think the road is clear and joy our own."                         - Wallace Stephens


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