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Sep
8
Sat
Writing Based in Bowen Theory Module 2 – Writing for Oral Presentation – Session 1 @ Online
Sep 8 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Session 1: Bowen Theory Foundations for Presentation

Module 2 will focus on presenting to an audience with attention to relationships and to differentiation of self.  Engaging an audience requires careful organization and word choice whether speaking from a manuscript or from memory.  Careful attention to emotional elements of the “live” setting is important. The final session will include an opportunity to review and discuss a presentation.  Each session will include discussion and questions.

Sep
14
Fri
MD Webinar @ CSNSF Classroom
Sep 14 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Dr. Kerr selects topics for presentation and discussion based upon his rich clinical practice, research, and writing projects. This series is for therapists and consultants who base their work on Bowen theory and want to keep “systems thinking” and curiosity alive.

Location: CSNSF Classroom at 729 Rutland, Houston, TX
Dates and Time: 12:30 PM– 2:00 PM
Fridays 2018-2019

  • September 14
  • October 19
  • November (No Webcast)
  • December 21
  • January 18
  • February 15
  • March 15
  • April 19
  • May 17
  • June 21

Cost: $50.00 per conference or $400 for the year. (Scholarships are available.)
Registration is limited to 10. Please contact Victoria Harrison at vaharrison@csnsf.org to discuss registration. You may register for one or several or for the year.

Michael Kerr, MD is a family psychiatrist who worked with Murray Bowen for more than twenty years and succeeded Dr. Bowen as Director of Bowen Center for the Study of the Family (originally the Georgetown University Family Center) in 1990. Dr. Kerr has been Emeritus Director of the Bowen Center since January 2011 and is now living in Maine where he founded Bowen Theory Academy with three colleagues. He continues a clinical practice, presents at conferences around the country, and writes about Bowen theory and its applications. He is the author of Family Evaluation, with an afterword by Murray Bowen. (1988) and is writing a second book, Bowen Theory’s Secrets, available in 2019. Dr. Kerr’s research interests include cancer and family emotional process, the relationship between human emotional process and emotional process in other species, and the process of differentiation of self.

Consultation Seminar @ CSNSF Classroom
Sep 14 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Location: CSNSF Classroom at 729 Rutland, Houston, TX
Dates and Time: 2:30 PM– 4:30PM (Following the Kerr Webcast)
Fridays 2018-2019

  • September 14
  • October 19
  • November (No Webcast)
  • December 21
  • January 18
  • February 15
  • March 15
  • April 19
  • May 17
  • June 21

Cost: $50.00 per conference or $400 for the year. (Scholarships are available.)
Registration is limited to 10. Please contact Victoria Harrison (Link to email address: vaharrison@csnsf.org) ) to discuss registration. You may register for one or several or for the year.

Victoria Harrison, MA, LMFT directs CSNSF in Houston and serves on the faculty at Bowen Center for the Study of the Family in DC where she teaches and consults. She maintains a family systems psychotherapy practice using neurofeedback and biofeedback for self-regulaiton of anxiety.

Her recent book, The Family Diagram and Family Researchh, is a useful guide for those who are working on differentiation of self as the basis for change in their own lives and work.

Her research interests include the evolutionary history of the family and the impact of relationships on reproduction and health.

Victoria Harrison will chair a monthly 2 hour seminar for people who are learning and using Bowen theory to present and discuss clinical cases or other consultation.

Oct
6
Sat
Writing Based in Bowen Theory Module 2 – Writing for Oral Presentation – Session 2 @ Online
Oct 6 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Session 2: Organizing and Presenting “Live” Content

Module 2 will focus on presenting to an audience with attention to relationships and to differentiation of self.  Engaging an audience requires careful organization and word choice whether speaking from a manuscript or from memory.  Careful attention to emotional elements of the “live” setting is important. The final session will include an opportunity to review and discuss a presentation.  Each session will include discussion and questions.

Oct
19
Fri
MD Webinar @ CSNSF Classroom
Oct 19 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Dr. Kerr selects topics for presentation and discussion based upon his rich clinical practice, research, and writing projects. This series is for therapists and consultants who base their work on Bowen theory and want to keep “systems thinking” and curiosity alive.

Location: CSNSF Classroom at 729 Rutland, Houston, TX
Dates and Time: 12:30 PM– 2:00 PM
Fridays 2018-2019

  • September 14
  • October 19
  • November (No Webcast)
  • December 21
  • January 18
  • February 15
  • March 15
  • April 19
  • May 17
  • June 21

Cost: $50.00 per conference or $400 for the year. (Scholarships are available.)
Registration is limited to 10. Please contact Victoria Harrison at vaharrison@csnsf.org to discuss registration. You may register for one or several or for the year.

Michael Kerr, MD is a family psychiatrist who worked with Murray Bowen for more than twenty years and succeeded Dr. Bowen as Director of Bowen Center for the Study of the Family (originally the Georgetown University Family Center) in 1990. Dr. Kerr has been Emeritus Director of the Bowen Center since January 2011 and is now living in Maine where he founded Bowen Theory Academy with three colleagues. He continues a clinical practice, presents at conferences around the country, and writes about Bowen theory and its applications. He is the author of Family Evaluation, with an afterword by Murray Bowen. (1988) and is writing a second book, Bowen Theory’s Secrets, available in 2019. Dr. Kerr’s research interests include cancer and family emotional process, the relationship between human emotional process and emotional process in other species, and the process of differentiation of self.

Consultation Seminar @ CSNSF Classroom
Oct 19 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Location: CSNSF Classroom at 729 Rutland, Houston, TX
Dates and Time: 2:30 PM– 4:30PM (Following the Kerr Webcast)
Fridays 2018-2019

  • September 14
  • October 19
  • November (No Webcast)
  • December 21
  • January 18
  • February 15
  • March 15
  • April 19
  • May 17
  • June 21

Cost: $50.00 per conference or $400 for the year. (Scholarships are available.)
Registration is limited to 10. Please contact Victoria Harrison (Link to email address: vaharrison@csnsf.org) ) to discuss registration. You may register for one or several or for the year.

Victoria Harrison, MA, LMFT directs CSNSF in Houston and serves on the faculty at Bowen Center for the Study of the Family in DC where she teaches and consults. She maintains a family systems psychotherapy practice using neurofeedback and biofeedback for self-regulaiton of anxiety.

Her recent book, The Family Diagram and Family Researchh, is a useful guide for those who are working on differentiation of self as the basis for change in their own lives and work.

Her research interests include the evolutionary history of the family and the impact of relationships on reproduction and health.

Victoria Harrison will chair a monthly 2 hour seminar for people who are learning and using Bowen theory to present and discuss clinical cases or other consultation.

Nov
3
Sat
Writing Based in Bowen Theory Module 2 – Writing for Oral Presentation – Session 3 @ Online
Nov 3 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Session 3: Putting the Elements Together

Module 2 will focus on presenting to an audience with attention to relationships and to differentiation of self.  Engaging an audience requires careful organization and word choice whether speaking from a manuscript or from memory.  Careful attention to emotional elements of the “live” setting is important. The final session will include an opportunity to review and discuss a presentation.  Each session will include discussion and questions.

Dec
1
Sat
Writing Based in Bowen Theory Module 2 – Writing for Oral Presentation – Presenter Seminar @ Online
Dec 1 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Presenter Seminar

Each participant in Module 2 will have the opportunity to make a presentation for review and feedback.

Module 2 will focus on presenting to an audience with attention to relationships and to differentiation of self.  Engaging an audience requires careful organization and word choice whether speaking from a manuscript or from memory.  Careful attention to emotional elements of the “live” setting is important. The final session will include an opportunity to review and discuss a presentation.  Each session will include discussion and questions.

Dec
21
Fri
MD Webinar @ CSNSF Classroom
Dec 21 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Dr. Kerr selects topics for presentation and discussion based upon his rich clinical practice, research, and writing projects. This series is for therapists and consultants who base their work on Bowen theory and want to keep “systems thinking” and curiosity alive.

Location: CSNSF Classroom at 729 Rutland, Houston, TX
Dates and Time: 12:30 PM– 2:00 PM
Fridays 2018-2019

  • September 14
  • October 19
  • November (No Webcast)
  • December 21
  • January 18
  • February 15
  • March 15
  • April 19
  • May 17
  • June 21

Cost: $50.00 per conference or $400 for the year. (Scholarships are available.)
Registration is limited to 10. Please contact Victoria Harrison at vaharrison@csnsf.org to discuss registration. You may register for one or several or for the year.

Michael Kerr, MD is a family psychiatrist who worked with Murray Bowen for more than twenty years and succeeded Dr. Bowen as Director of Bowen Center for the Study of the Family (originally the Georgetown University Family Center) in 1990. Dr. Kerr has been Emeritus Director of the Bowen Center since January 2011 and is now living in Maine where he founded Bowen Theory Academy with three colleagues. He continues a clinical practice, presents at conferences around the country, and writes about Bowen theory and its applications. He is the author of Family Evaluation, with an afterword by Murray Bowen. (1988) and is writing a second book, Bowen Theory’s Secrets, available in 2019. Dr. Kerr’s research interests include cancer and family emotional process, the relationship between human emotional process and emotional process in other species, and the process of differentiation of self.

Consultation Seminar @ CSNSF Classroom
Dec 21 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Location: CSNSF Classroom at 729 Rutland, Houston, TX
Dates and Time: 2:30 PM– 4:30PM (Following the Kerr Webcast)
Fridays 2018-2019

  • September 14
  • October 19
  • November (No Webcast)
  • December 21
  • January 18
  • February 15
  • March 15
  • April 19
  • May 17
  • June 21

Cost: $50.00 per conference or $400 for the year. (Scholarships are available.)
Registration is limited to 10. Please contact Victoria Harrison (Link to email address: vaharrison@csnsf.org) ) to discuss registration. You may register for one or several or for the year.

Victoria Harrison, MA, LMFT directs CSNSF in Houston and serves on the faculty at Bowen Center for the Study of the Family in DC where she teaches and consults. She maintains a family systems psychotherapy practice using neurofeedback and biofeedback for self-regulaiton of anxiety.

Her recent book, The Family Diagram and Family Researchh, is a useful guide for those who are working on differentiation of self as the basis for change in their own lives and work.

Her research interests include the evolutionary history of the family and the impact of relationships on reproduction and health.

Victoria Harrison will chair a monthly 2 hour seminar for people who are learning and using Bowen theory to present and discuss clinical cases or other consultation.