Marriage and Bowen Theory – June 28 & 29, 2012

Marriage and Bowen Theory

Conference on Bowen Family Systems Theory and Its Applications - June 28 & 29, 2012
8 videos
Video: 20120628_01: The Bowen Theory: An Introduction and Review
Video: 20120628_02: The Marital Relationship, Differentiation of Self and Marriage
Video: 20120628_03: Chronic Anxiety and the Family Emotional System
Video: 20120628_04: Chronic Anxiety in a Family
Video: 20120629_01: Triangling and the Martial Relationship
Video: 20120629_02: The Clinical Approach to Marital Dilemma (Part 1)
Video: 20120629_03: The Clinical Approach to Marital Dilemma (Part 2)
Video: 20120629_04: Questions and Answers re: Working with Couples

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Marriage and Bowen Theory – June 28 & 29, 2012

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About this course

Dr. Daniel V. Papero, (PhD, LCSW-C, LICSW) is a faculty member at the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family in Washington D.C., USA.  Over the years at the Bowen Center he has occupied several administrative and clinical positions — member of the board of the Center, director of training, director of the clinic, director of the postgraduate program, and clinical supervisor of trainees. He has written numerous articles and book chapters on various aspects of family systems theory and family psychotherapy. In 1990, he published a basic introduction to family systems, Bowen Family Systems Theory. He serves on the editorial board of Family Systems and of the Family Business Client.  He has served with Robert J. Noone as co-editor of the book, Family Emotional Process: An Integrative Concept for Theory, Science, and Practice (2015).  Dr. Papero maintains an active teaching, consulting and lecturing schedule across North America and internationally.

 

 

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Conference on Bowen Family Systems Theory and Its Applications - June 28 & 29, 2012

Dr. Murray Bowen sees the family as an emotional unit that is composed of emotional and relationships systems. Emotionality is the force that motivates these systems and the relationship patterns is the way of how the emotions are expressed. The two-person marital relationship is in essence a segment of a larger emotional field that embraces the nuclear and extended family as well as the broader society. Any variables that affect these emotional fields will affect the marital couple as well. The stability of the marital relationship in turn depends on the stability of these broader emotional fields. When there is instability within the marital couple or in the broader emotional field, triangling will appear.

8 videos
Video: 20120628_01: The Bowen Theory: An Introduction and Review
1:29:25 hours
Video: 20120628_02: The Marital Relationship, Differentiation of Self and Marriage
58:59 minutes
Video: 20120628_03: Chronic Anxiety and the Family Emotional System
1:16:37 hours
Video: 20120628_04: Chronic Anxiety in a Family
1:24:49 hours
Video: 20120629_01: Triangling and the Martial Relationship
1:09:44 hours
Video: 20120629_02: The Clinical Approach to Marital Dilemma (Part 1)
1 hours
Video: 20120629_03: The Clinical Approach to Marital Dilemma (Part 2)
56:21 minutes
Video: 20120629_04: Questions and Answers re: Working with Couples
1:08:00 hours

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