Conversations: The Childhood Adversity and Adult Functioning of Alexander Hamilton
January 28, 2019 at 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm EST| $65
Speaker: Robert J. Noone, PhD
Alexander Hamilton was one of the principal contributors to the founding of the United States. His childhood was highly unstable with a significant number of early losses. His development, as reported by Ron Chernow in Alexander Hamilton, raises interesting questions related to his level of differentiation of self and his level of functioning, both in public and in his family. In this presentation, Dr. Noone will present Alexander Hamilton’s family diagram and a timeline of events in his life. Factors contributing to his functioning will be discussed.
Members of the public are invited to attend screenings at the Bowen Center for $30/meeting.