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

Podcast 8 explores the end of Bowen’s life and how he managed the final years of his professional life. 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 […]

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Podcast 7 explores Bowen training initiatives with the Georgetown Family Centre. Photo credit: Andrea Schara 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 […]

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This podcast looks at Bowen’s move to Georgetown University School of Medicine – plus his multiple family research project. 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 […]

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The fifth podcast in our series looks at Bowen and his Research in his Family of Origin: Explores Bowen’s research with his own family and his ‘anonymous paper’ based on his 1968 conference presentation of his many years of effort to observe emotional process in his family of origin and to differentiate himself from his […]

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August 20, 2015 Murray Bowen Systems 0 comments

The fourth podcast in our series looks at Bowen’s NIMH research project: Bowen left Menninger’s in 1954 and began a historic family research program at the National Institutes of Mental Health (NIMH) in Bethesda, Maryland. This program, called the Family Study Program, involved hospitalizing entire families on a specialized research ward. An excellent resource on […]

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August 6, 2015 Murray Bowen 0 comments

Podcast 3 looks at Bowen’s psychoanalytic training and work at Menninger’s. Dan Papero explores how his time at Menninger’s has had an influence on the development of Bowen theory. (Jenny Brown in conversation with Dan Papero) Photo: Dr Karl Menninger outside the Topeka Kansas clinic. MURRAY BOWEN ARCHIVE : All the facts in the discussion presented […]

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This podcast explores Bowen’s World 2 experiences and his early psychiatry training. 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 […]

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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 […]

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As our conference on addictions and the family system approaches it is timely for each of us to ask: What patterns in our family, can contribute to misuse of tranquilising substances (or behaviours & activities)? Many families can look back over the generations and see that there have been people who have been over reliant on […]

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It’s easier to polarise than walk the slow bumpy path towards peace. Blog post by Jenny Brown. “I have realised that I am just reacting to her reactions.”   This comment came from a husband who is learning to observe himself in his chronically conflictual marriage. He was beginning to see that this reacting back […]

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