Spring Conference: Creating a Climate for Change
April 3 – April 4| $445
Creating a Climate for Change is an opportunity for those who study and practice Bowen theory and also for educators, students, policy makers, and community organizers to think together about how to live in better harmony with nature in the midst of climate challenges.
What are facts about climate changes? What is the human impact on climate and how do climate changes affect life on earth? What solutions are necessary? What solutions are possible? What are ways to best manage the anxiety reactions stirred? Bowen theory is a natural systems theory of human behavior based in evolution and provides ways to address these questions that are useful for individuals and institutions.
About the Spring Conference
The Spring Conference focuses on a single concept related to Bowen theory. Guest scientists, researchers, and leaders in the study of family systems offer presentations related to the topic during this two-day conference. There is ample time for questions and discussion with the audience.
Each year at the Spring Conference, the Caskie Research Fund Award is given to support an important research effort in Bowen theory.