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

Our graduates had a lot to say about the Family Systems Conference and how it has impacted their thinking! So take a listen to their insightful reflection and see if what they had to say matched with your thoughts! What if I couldn’t make it to the conference?  Couldn’t make it to the conference? Listen […]

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Reflections from our NEW YEAR SYMPOSIUM A systems approach to developing the self of the therapist  A couple of weeks ago the FSI launched its professional development offerings for 2013 with a group of presentations to promote thinking about the self of the clinician from some different family systems perspectives. Almost all feedback forms that we received […]

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Jenny:  Linda I read your article with interest from the ANZ Journal of Family Therapy :Trauma and Bowen Family Systems Theory: Working with Adults Who were Abused as Children. I really liked the clarity about how issues of power are not ignored in Bowen theory but they sit alongside inviting people to define themselves more […]

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