Conversations with the Faculty: Emotional Cutoff as a Multigenerational Process
March 23 at 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm EDT| $65
Speaker: Robert J. Noone, PhD
The concept of emotional cutoff was originally developed by Dr. Murray Bowen to describe the emotional process between the generations, or how individuals manage their unresolved emotional attachment to their parents. This process does not begin anew with each generation, as it is influenced by the parents’ degree of cutoff with the previous generation, as well as the emotional cutoff occurring in prior generations. Each generation has the opportunity to lessen the degree of cutoff for themselves and for future generations.
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.