Yes. In the literature, there are a number of examples which show that constellations have had a destabilizing effect for some people.
The moderator of the constellation is important, both in terms of professional experience as well as in terms of compassion.
This is why I usually recommend that as a first step you get an impression of the working style of the respective moderator (in this case, myself) before you look at a constellation for you personally.
It is also possible that as a representative or just an observer, a certain issue of another participant gets so much “under your skin” that you feel that you require support.
Then it is important that you, should you become aware of this immediately, make the moderator aware of what’s happening. Or, should you only realize it later, that you get in touch with the moderator to discuss which kind of support is appropriate in this specific situation.
Listen to your intuition, your inner voice.