Clinical Conference: The Systems Model for Family Assessment in Clinical Practice
January 22 at 9:30 am – 3:30 pm EST| $95
Speaker: Barbara Laymon, PhD, MPH
In a clinical setting, some clients seem to get interested in systems thinking, while others find it inapplicable to their lives. How does a person become interested in a family systems view? When does the perspective become its own motivation for understanding more? What facilitates the capacity to explore multigenerational processes? During the conference day, I will explore these questions and more, using Papero’s (2018) Systems Model for Family Assessment as a guide.
A maximum of 5 CEU/CEs are available.
About the Clinical Conference Series
The Clinical Conferences are designed to assist professional people in the pursuit of clinical excellence. Using presentations, videotaped interviews with family members, and ample discussion time, the conferences illustrate the interplay of theory and technique for a variety of human issues. The goals of each conference are to illustrate the application of Bowen theory in practice and to enhance people’s understanding of differentiation of self.