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

Monthly Archives: March 2017

March 31, 2017 2017 Conference 0 comments

Teaching clients about triangles during psychotherapy is a key component of clinical practice. 

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March 24, 2017 2017 Conference 0 comments

This excerpt is from Dr Michael Kerr’s 2007 presentation at the FSI conference. It is titled “How is it That Siblings Often Turn out Very Differently?” Register for our conference to hear more from Dr Kerr about the self as part of the family system.   

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March 23, 2017 2017 Conference 0 comments

This excerpt is from Dr Michael Kerr’s presentation on sibling variation at at our 2007 FSI Conference. These sections introduce the notion of human sensitivities in relationship. Dr Kerr will be presenting further on these ideas at our 2017 Conference June 15 & 16 on the Self- How Much Autonomy is Possible? The full presentation can be […]

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March 22, 2017 Symposium 0 comments

Ms Martina Palombi (family systems psychotherapist): Separations – An Application of Bowen Theory to Family of Origin Research. Presented at our 2017 New Year Symposium 2017. For Martina’s full article see our resources section: https://www.thefsi.com.au/resources/articles-papers/  

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March 21, 2017 Uncategorized 0 comments

See below for an excerpt from Dr Annemaree Bickerton’s [Child and Adolescent and Family Psychiatrist,  FSI Director and Faculty Member]  presentation on from our 2017 New Year Symposium – Contagious with Calm, Clarity, Connection and Safety: Some Useful Frameworks for Shared thinking when Reactivity is High.  

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March 8, 2017 Uncategorized 0 comments

See below for an excerpt from Dr Jane De Matteis [Clinical Psychologist & Member of the FSI Certificate program]  presentation on from our 2017 New Year Symposium: The Societal-Emotional Process – A Perspective on America’s Current Political and Cultural Climate in the context of Murray Bowen’s Concept of Societal Emotional Process.  

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