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The Theoretical Base of Family Systems Theory34
Bowen, MurrayThe Theoretical Base of Family Systems Theory1979Georgetown Collection”The Theoretical Base of Family Systems Theory” focuses on the development of Family Systems Theory. During the 1940’S and 1950’S Dr. Bowen began thinking about ways to make psychiatry into an acceptable science. Toward this long-range goal, he worked on a theory of human functioning that would be consistent with the natural sciences. In this tape, Dr. Bowen discusses the evolution of his thinking during years of research and clinical observation.Evolution of theory53 min DVD and VHSCOPYRIGHT: (c) Georgetown Family Center, 1979.
Toward a Systems view of Self-Injurious Behavior197
Erik ThompsonToward a Systems view of Self-Injurious BehaviorGuest Lecture SeriesDiagnosis – Self injury – Exploring the folly of trying to control others symptoms and ways to manage one’s own anxiety when in contact with those who threaten to harm themselves.76 minsDVD and VHS
Triangles & the Scale of Differentiation55
Bowen, MurrayTriangles & the Scale of Differentiation1970Georgetown CollectionOne of Dr. Bowen’s original tapes where he defines Triangles and Scale of DifferentiationTriangles, Scale of Differentiation57 minDVD & VHSCOPYRIGHT: (c) Georgetown Family Center, 1970.
Triangles and relationships 91
Michael Kerr, M.D.Triangles and relationships 34976Lecture Series on Bowen TheoryDr. Kerr focuses on triangle as one element of relationships in the emotional system. He describes the natural movement towards or away from another using examples to elaborate. Kerr notes ways that knowledge of triangles can be useful in having alternative responses in coping with these aspects of relationships. He describes application in therapy by the therapist seeing both sides of a family issue. A discussion with the audience follows the presentation.Triangles and relationships 121 minDVD & VHSCOPYRIGHT: (c) Western PA Family Center, 1994.
Triangles and relationships 92
Michael Kerr, M.D.Triangles and relationships 34976Lecture Series on Bowen TheoryDiscussion and Q and A from tape 1. Triangles and relationships 126 minDVD & VHSCOPYRIGHT: (c) Western PA Family Center, 1994.
What Constitutes Long Term Change VS Short Term Change65
Michael Kerr, M.D.What Constitutes Long Term Change VS Short Term Change 03/27/93 Bowen Lecture SeriesQuestions and answers about Systems Theory are presented relative to the understanding of physical symptoms and biology. Q and A refer to a clinical tape presented by Dr. Kerr. Questions are somewhat difficult to hear.Systems theory, Biology and Physical symptoms.104 minDVD & VHSCOPYRIGHT: (c) Western Pennsylvania Family Center, 1992.
Klause Wiseman, KathleenWhy Bother 01/12/94 Pathfinders ColloquiumDedication to the life and work of Barbara Hollander, Ph.D. Talks about experience with working with Family Business issues using the lens of Bowen Theory.Family-Owned Business101 minDVD & VHSCOPYRIGHT: (c) Western Pennsylvania Family Center, 1994.