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

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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Refection’s from FSI 2015 conference on addictions. By Susan Hamilton. I know now, as an individual and as a clinician, that one of the great strengths of Bowen theory is to take such survival-driven adaptations out of individual pathology and make of them something more scientific, more objective, more INTERESTING, more plastic. Fifty percent of […]

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Blog post by Martina Palombi Member of FSI Certificate program. Psychotherapist in private practice. www.affinitypsychotherapy.com   I recently attended the Family System Institute’s Annual Conference 2014 on Leadership in the Family, Community and at Work with keynote speaker Walter Howard Smith, Ph.D.The first day focused on Leadership in the Family whilst the second day focused […]

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