Systems Thinking in Families and the Society – November 21, 2013$400
About this course
Dr. Anne S. McKnight, (EdD, LCSW, LICSW) has been the Director of the Bowen Center since January 1, 2011. She has been a member of the Bowen Center faculty since 1992. Dr. McKnight’s activities have included directing, teaching, supervising in the postgraduate training programs, leading the internship program, organizing and presenting at conferences sponsored by the Bowen Center and at meetings nationally and internationally. As a family therapist for 40 years, she developed a special interest in families with addiction from working, teaching, and supervising students in a child and family substance abuse program in Virginia. Among other topics, she has presented on Families with Addiction, The Relationship World of the Young Adult, Death in the Family, Looking Up the Family Tree, Epigenetics and Bowen Theory, and Ethics in Family Therapy. Dr. Anne McKnight is a family therapist in private practice in Arlington, Virginia and at the Bowen Center.
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2013 Conference on Family and Bowen Theory - November 21, 2013
Thinking about families through systems thinking is different from understanding from an individual perspective. Dr. Anne McKnight expounds on how emotional patterns are transmitted from generations to generations in families from a systems perspective. She illustrates this concept from looking at her own family tree down the generations.