Family Systems Theory
Family Systems Theory, or Bowen Theory, is rapidly becoming one of the most popular and effective methods of problem solving. Unlike conventional psychological theory which focuses on the individual, Family Systems Theory encourages people to think of issues (e.g. marital conflict, depression, addiction, acting-out teenagers, difficult relationships, loneliness, etc.) in terms of a multi-generational family or a “system.” This approach encourages people to move away from blaming others and towards individual responsibility.
The Center provides training and consultation in the family systems model.
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