|0th ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON BOWEN FAMILY SYSTEMS THEORY AND ITS APPLICATIONSWEEKEND OF JUNE 21 & 22, 2008
HILTON GARDEN INN SAN FRANCISCO/OAKLAND BAY BRIDGE
|PERSPECTIVES OF FAMILY THERAPISTS AND INTERDISCIPLINARY DIALOGUE|
|PERSPECTIVES OF FAMILY THERAPISTS
Victoria Harrison, LCSW – The Study of Anxiety and Physiological Reactivity in Nuclear Family Triangles
Michael Sullivan, LMSW – The Transmission of Anxiety in Adolescent Boy Groups and the Social Groups that Regulate their Behavior
Daniel Papero, Ph.D., LCSW – Challenges in Systems Thinking
Andrea Schara, LCSW – How One Person can make a Difference in a Family Crisis
|Homeostasis, the Family, and PsychosisDr. Michael E. Kerr, MD
Director, Georgetown Family Center/Bowen Center for the Study of the Family, Washington, D.C.
Author of Family Evaluation: An Approach Based on Bowen Theory
|The Ants, The Family, and Complex Natural Systems
Deborah M. Gordon, Ph.D, Stanford University, Professor of Biological Sciences.
In dialogue with LeAnn Howard, LCSW of Menningers, Kansas City.
Ant Colonies as Complex Dynamical Systems, Bowen Theory, and The Generality of Interaction Patterns Across Complex Natural Systems
|The Person and The Situation – Big Lessons of Social Psychology
Lee Ross, Ph.D, Stanford University, Professor of Social Psychology.
Lee Ross developed, along with R. Nisbett, an encompassing framework of three foundational principles for social psychology in the 1990s in a text called The Person and the Situation.
Andrew Ward, Ph.D. Swarthmore College, Pennsylvania, Associate Professor of Social Psychology.
|Conference program and registration information
|Hilton Garden Inn San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge
1800 Powell Street,
Emeryville CA 94608
|CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS FOR MFTs, LCSWs, Physicians, Nurses, Psychologists.
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