Coming to grips with Bowen Family Systems Theory in a collaborative learning environment.
June 17, 2016 0 comments

The Family System’s Institute’s 14th Annual Conference

 The Self: How much Autonomy is Possible?

This conference will present clinical and research perspectives on what science and theory can tell us about the variations in capacity to be a self in the world of relationships.

Date/Time: 9am – 5pm  15th & 16th June, 2016
Location: Northside Conference Centre

KeyNoteSpeaker2017Key Note Speaker: Dr Michael Kerr MD,
a leading family psychiatrist who succeeded Murray Bowen as Director of the Georgetown Family Centre in 1990. Currently Dr Michael Kerr is Director Emeritus at the Bowen Center as well as heading up the Bowen Theory Academy in Maine. He is the co-author of Family Evaluation: An approach based on Bowen theory.


Jenny Brown – Parents Recovering Self

Exploring indicators of parents losing and gaining self during their adolescent’s mental health treatment.


Stephen Suomi – Autonomy and Attachment
What can be learned from research with rhesus monkeys?



Program: Coming Soon


  • To Attend two days: $460 Early Bird or $495 both days
    To Attend one day: $255 Early Bird or $300 both days
    Student Rates Available
    Prices inclusive of GST. This event is fully catered.

  • Live Stream of Dr Michael Kerr’s presentations Thursday 15th June 9am to 12.30pm
    Individual $ 99 and Organizations $198 (delayed streaming optional)


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Bookings are closed for this event.

Date(s) - 17/06/2016 - 18/06/2016
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Northside Conference Centre


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