Clinical Conference: Challenges to Family Adaptation in a Changing World
April 2 at 9:30 am – 3:30 pm EDT| $95
Challenges to Family Adaptation in a Changing World with Dr. Anne McKnight, scheduled for April 2nd from 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM, has been moved entirely online. If you have registered, you will be sent a link to attend the conference by Zoom. Registration is still open for this conference.
Speaker: Anne S. McKnight, EdD, MSW
Today’s world is becoming more challenging and dangerous for families around the world. Whether facing drought, hurricanes, a changing climate, or rising oceans, families are stressed, overwhelmed, and displaced. This one-day conference will address the varying capacities of families to adapt to these challenges, including the impact of migration on a family over generations. The day will consider the importance of the functioning of a family in adapting to changing conditions through a lecture and two videotaped clinical sessions with family member(s).
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.