Conversations with the Faculty: The Study of Physiological Reactions and the Family System
May 18 at 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm EDT| $65
Speaker: Victoria Harrison, MA, LMFT
Murray Bowen established a biofeedback program, directed by Lilian Rosenbaum, at The Bowen Center (at the time known as The Family Center) in order to study physiological reactions and relationships. This presentation will discuss what the study of physiological reactions between parents and children teaches about the way that family triangles distribute anxious reactions between family members and contribute toward stability in the system at the expense of symptom development for some. The clinical example will include the difference it made for the family to be able to observe the patterns of anxious physiology.
A maximum of 1.5 CEU/CEs are available.
About the Conversations with the Faculty
The Bowen Center offers webcasting to individuals and organizations who are interested in thinking about the challenges they face through the lens of Bowen family systems theory. Individual faculty of the Bowen Center present monthly on a variety of topics derived from their thinking and work with Bowen theory and provide an opportunity for those in the audience to respond. Recordings of the webcast are available with pre-registration.