Course Organizer: N. Michel Landaiche, PhD
Course Instructors: WPFC faculty
Location: WPFC – Main building
Dates: mid-September 2017 to early April 2018
Time: Tuesdays, 5:00 to 8:00 pm
Tuition fee: $1,650.00, which also covers attendance at the 2017 Pittsburgh Family Systems Conference & Symposium, the full 2017-18 Lecture Series on Bowen Theory, and the full 2017-18 Application of Bowen Theory Series.
APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR 2018-2019
The Basic Seminar in Bowen Theory is a seven-month intensive forum for learning and studying the basic ideas and concepts of Bowen family systems theory. Students may enroll for successive years if they wish. The curriculum is designed both for those new to the theory and for those who have been studying it for longer. Consistent with Bowen theory, the emphasis in the seminar is on self-learning through didactic presentations by faculty, personal reading and writing, accessing audio-visual resources, and applying the theory by studying one’s own relationship system—family, workplace, or community.
Registration: Each year the Seminar accepts between 4 and 7 learners. Those taking the Seminar for the first time will contact the course organizer ([email protected]) and request an application form from the WPFC office ([email protected] or 412-362-2295), to be completed and submitted any time before August 1, 2017. Then, after meeting with the course organizer, the nonrefundable $100 application fee is due before August 15, 2017 to reserve a place in the Seminar. Learners who have taken the Seminar before need not pay the nonrefundable $100 application fee. The application fee is applied toward tuition. Payment of the tuition balance is then arranged with the WPFC office.
BASIC SEMINAR IN BOWEN THEORY
Registration is closed for this event.
For more information or questions, please email: [email protected]