Family Matters Video Series Online Discussion Group 2022
The 2022 Family Matters Video Series On-line Discussion Group is coming! The discussion will be held in Cantonese and facilitated by local Bowen theory learners. Overseas participants are very welcome!
|Time||7:00pm – 7:30pm||Viewing of the video
(or participants can view the video in their own time prior to this meeting, and join the discussion at 7:30 pm)
|7:30pm – 8:30pm||Discussion|
|Fee||Public:||HK $100 per session
HK $100 off if you join 6 or more sessions once
HK $1,000 if you join all sessions once (Total: 12 sessions)
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|FM 12/21||The importance of knowing family history||Link||Victoria Harrison||Ngan Lai Mee Yuk|
|FM 01/22||Sibling Position: Life Choices Determined by Sibling Positions||Link||Anne McKnight||Jean Tai|
|FM 02/22||Parental bonds||Link||Peg Donley||Kimmy Li|
|FM 03/22||Relationship Fundamentals: Togetherness and Differentiation||Link||Daniel V. Papero||Peggy Chan|
|FM 04/22||Aging and Late-life transition||Link||Carrie Barone||Ngan Lai Mee Yuk|
|FM 05/22||Technology & Relationships||Link||Kathleen Cauley||Jean Tai|
|FM 06/22||Divorce and adult children||Link||Carrie Collier||Livia Cheuk|
|Jul 6, 2022
|FM 07/22||Bowen systems thinking & addictions||Link||Anne McKnight||Ngan Lai Mee Yuk|
|Aug 8, 2022
|FM 08/22||Bowen theory and nature||Link||Daniel V. Papero||Livia Cheuk|
|Sep 7, 2022
|FM 09/22||The origin of family psychotherapy||Link||John Butler||Livia Cheuk|
|Oct 10, 2022
|FM 10/22||Finding a self in parenting||Link||Carrie Collier||Kimmy Li|
|Nov 9, 2022
|FM 11/22||Chronic Anxiety||Link||Michael Kerr||Jean Tai|
Ms. Jean Tai, M. Guidance & Counselling
Ms. Jean Tai takes special interest in the practice of Bowen theory in her work place and counselling work. She is a long-time student of the Family Institute’s Professional Training Programme in Bowen Family Systems and Therapy.
Ms. Kimmy Li, BSocSc (Government and Laws); LLB
Kimmy has attended various Bowen Theory Training Programmes organized by the ISS Family Institute, including the Basic Course in Bowen Family System Theory and the Family-of-Origin Research and Reading Group. She developed interest in the Bowen Theory through the years. Though not working in a helping profession, she experienced the validity and effectiveness of the Bowen Theory in her journey of learning and trying to practice the same in her daily life, and is motivated to pursue a more in-depth study in this area.
Ms. Livia Cheuk, B.S.W., R.S.W.
Ms. Cheuk is a social worker offering counselling and needed services to families, couples and individuals. She is an enthusiastic learner of Bowen theory and an active participant of the training programmes of the ISS Family Institute.
Ms. Ngan Lai Mee Yuk, B.S.W., M.A(S.W.), R.S.W.
Mrs. Ngan is a very experienced social worker in counselling and family services. She has recently retired from her former work as the supervisor of an integrated family servicecentre and various children and youth services. She has enrolled in many training programmes of the Family Institute including the Professional Training Programme in Bowen Family Systems and Therapy.
我在十二月中參加了第一次”Family Matters video series online discussion group”, 從觀看有關Bowen Theory 的影片去學習理論及應用。令我最意想不到的收穫是影片放影後的小組討論和分享，分享內容很豐富和有啟發性，非常貼地及實用。給我很大的推動力去和幾年沒有聯絡的小姨重新結連。
所以在參加完第一次Family matters video series之後，意識到和家人建立有意義的關係的重要，我便立志計劃在聖誕前向小姨送上小禮物，重新結連。 雖然起初她也很抗拒我的到訪，但最後我們終可見面，聊了很久。這是今年最好的聖誕禮物，是我為重修關係踏出的第一步!