Coming to grips with Bowen Family Systems Theory in a collaborative learning environment.

The Life and Times of Dr Murray Bowen Part 1

July 4, 2015 Murray Bowen 1 comment

Our first podcast explores the growing up years of Dr Murray Bowen and his family background. This is all presented from the perspective of Dan Papero PhD, MSW who worked along side Dr Bowen for several years.

MURRAY BOWEN ARCHIVE : All the facts in the discussion presented in these pod casts can be validated and expanded upon in the documents in the archival record that exists at the National Library of Medicine (and is now open to researchers) and in the Bowen family private archives located in Williamsburg. Follow this link for more information.

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1 Comment

  • Catherine Rakow
    on July 7, 2015

    I appreciated the questions of Ms. Brown prompting the insights of Dr. Papero to Dr. Bowen, the man who recognized his own family on the same continuum of all families and the theorist who has given to all of us the gift of a way to explain and navigate in our own families. Dr. Papero’s long relationship with Dr. Bowen and his respect for him allow the listener to know a bit about Dr. Bowen also without any personal relationship.

    All the facts in the discussion presented here can be documented in the archival record that exists at the National Library of Medicine (and is now open to researchers) and in the Bowen family private archives located in Williamsburg. Here is a link: http://murraybowenarchives.org/murray-bowen-archives

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