The Western Pennsylvania Family Center (WPFC) is a non-profit educational and training organization [501(c)(3)], founded in September, 1985 for the purpose of advancing Bowen family systems theory with it’s emphasis on responsible individual functioning in the context of personal and professional relationships. Bowen theory is taught in workshops, lectures, and conferences, in formal training and education, and in coaching and consultation services for individuals, groups, and organizations.
September 16-17, 2016 – 37th Pittsburgh Family Systems Conference and Symposium, “Systems: Family History, Evolution and Bowen Theory,“ with invited speakers Mark Flinn, Robert Noone and Douglas Smith. In Room 210, Long Administrative Hall, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. Click here for PTS campus map.
WPFC Course and Event Fees have been increased a minimum of 10% beginning with the 2016-2017 academic year. This is the first increase in more than 5 years.
CLICK HERE to view graduated one-year renewable membership benefits for individuals and organizations. Individual and organizational benefits include borrowing privileges for the Educational Resources Library, copies of “Bowen Family Systems Theory: A Workbook for Learning and Application”, “The Collected Papers of Paulina McCullough”, and discounts on WPFC program offerings.
Please check out the BLOG by faculty member Celeste Compomizzi.
Cancellation Policy for On-Line Registration: Cancellations must be done in writing. Cancellations received no less than one week prior to the program date will receive a refund of the program fee minus a 20% administrative fee. There will be no refunds for cancellation requests within one week of the program. If the program is cancelled by WPFC, every registrant will receive a full refund.