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Volume XIX

Number 1 (Summer 2017)

  • Being Human in a Chaotic World: Bowen and Berry on Society and Nature,” by R. Robert Creech, PhD, p.1
  • “Connections and Corrections: Women in the Criminal Justice System and Their Families,” by Ruth K. Campbell, MSW, p.3
  • “Saying Goodbye,” by Alice M. Wald, p.1

Number 4 (Fall 2017)

  • “The Evolving Relationship Between Humans and Earth,” by Stephanie J. Ferrera, MSW, p.1
  • “Similarities and Differences Between Emotional Cutoff from Family and Cutoff from Country of Origin,” by Cecilia Guzman, LCPC, p.3
  • Book Review of Crow Lake: “The Development of Awareness,” by Janis Norton, LCSW, p.10

 

Volume XVIII

Number 1 (Spring 2016)

  • “Defining a Self in Regressing Systems,” by Stephanie J. Ferrera, MSW, p.1
  • “The Murray Bowen Archives Project: A Report,” by Carol Jeunnette, PhD, p.3
  • “’Warriors of Justice’: National Leaders We Can Count On,” by Mary Greenberg, PhD, p.7

Number 2 (Summer 2016)

  • “The Hour of Out Death,” by David S. Hargrove, PhD, p.1
  • “Looking Back to Look Forward: Exploring how my family of origin influences the approaches I take in ministry to seek healthier, more sustainable approaches for the future,” by Anna Moss, MDiv, p.3
  • “Book Review: Tyler Relies on Descriptions, not Causation,” by David S. Hargrove, PhD, p.7

Number 3 (Fall 2016)

  • “Uresolved Emotional Attachment: In Life, in Death and Beyond,” by Seldon Dunbar Illick, LCSW, p.1
  • “The Social Network of Trees,” by Ann Jones, PhD, p.3
  • “Interview with Coach Benoit Lebrun: What Does It Take to Make an Olympic Champion?” by Roberta Gilbert, MD, p.11

Number 4 (Winter 2017)

  • “Bowen Theory and Pastoral Care: Dancing with Elvie,” by Carol P. Jeunnette, PhD, p.1
  • “Mystics: On being Human and Being a Self,” by Louise Rauseo, MS, p.3
  • “If I Were the Moderator…,” by Roberta Gilbert, MD, p.11

Number 4 (Spring 2017)

  • “Putting ‘Passed’ Away to Revive ‘Died’,” by Judy K. Porter, LISW, ACHP-SW, p.1
  • “Mystics: On being Human and Being a Self, Part 2,” by Louise Rauseo, MS, p.3
  • “Reflections on Seeing the Influence of the Emotional System,” by Andrea M. Schara, LCSWA, p.8
  • Cold Comfort Farm: A Warm-Hearted View of a Family System,” by Robert Price, MDiv, p.11

Volume XVII

Number 1 (Spring 2015)

  • “The Health Maintenance Organization as an Emotional System,” by Michael Quinn, PhD, p.1
  • “Culture Change in a Baboon Troop,” by Stephanie Ferrera, MSW, p.3
  • “In Memory of Michael Quinn, PhD, September 20, 1959 – October 12, 2014,” by Victoria Harrison, MA, LMFT, p.5
  • “Michael Houston Quinn, 1959-2014,” by Kathleen B. Kerr, MSN, MA, CNS, p.9
  • “Remembering Mike Quinn,” by Dennis A. Romig, PhD, p.12

Number 2 (Summer 2015)

  • “Keep Calm and Blame,” by John Bell, M.Div, p.1
  • “Funeral Practices and Emotional Cutoff,” by Ruth K. Campbell, MSW, p.3
  • “Bowen Theory and Science: An Online Seminar,” p.9
  • “Narrative and Bowen Theory: Action Stories and Verbal Stories,” by David S. Hargrove, PhD, p. 11

Number 3 (Fall 2015)

  • “Death Without Bodies: Functioning in the Changing Landscape of Funerals,” by Katie Long, D.Min, p.1
  • “Navigating in Social Systems: Interactions Around Illness and Death,” by Andrea Maloney Schara, LCSW, p.4

Number 4 (Winter 2016)

  • “Science, Black Holes and Family Emotional Systems,” by Ann Jones, RN, PhD, p.1
  • “Death as Opportunity for the dying, for the living, for the family,” by Victoria Harrison, MA, LMFT, p.3
  • “Victor Magnus Nelson: A Personal Tribute,” by Victoria Harrison, MA, LMFT, p.4
  • “In Memory of Dub and Leonora Harrison,” by Victoria Harrison, MA, LMFT, p.6
  • “Examining Grief Among Animals,” by Victoria Harrison, MA, LMFT, p.11

 

Volume XVI

Number 1 (Spring 2014)

  • “Impinged Families and Societal Anxiety,” by Louise Rauseo, RN, MS, p.1
  • Generations to Come: The Future of BFST and Congregational Ministry,” by Robert Creech, PhD, p.3
  • “An Interview with Louise Rauseo,” p.7

Number 2 ( Summer 2014)

  • “Adoption and Family Emotional Process,” by Laura Brooks, LCSW, p.1
  • “The Psychology and Physiology of Behavior Change,” by Ann Jones, RN, PhD, p.3
  • “An Interview with Louise Rauseo, Part 2,” p.8

Number 3 (Fall 2014)

  • “Grief Work, Resilience and the Family Reaction to Death,” by Anne S. McKnight, LCSW, EdD, p.1
  • Meeting David Wilson: A Window on Differentiation and Societal Process,” by Katie Long, DMin, p.3
  • “Life Forces: The Death of Santini by Pat Conroy,” by Clarence Boyd, MSW, p.11
  • “Brief Review and Recommendation: ‘Evolution: The Human Saga’ Scientific American Special Issue, September 2014,” by Victoria Harrison, MA, LMFT, LCSW, p.12

Number 4 (Winter 2015)

  • “Systems Thinking and Science: A Perspective on Subjectivity, Spirituality and the Supernatural,” by Daniel V. Papero, PhD, LICSW, p.1
  • “Bowen Theory and Differences in Thinking,” by Victoria Harrison, MA, LMFT, LCSW, p.3

Volume XV

Number 1 (Spring 2013)

  • “The Power of Bowen Family Systems Theory To Address Public Policy Questions,” by Patricia A. Comella, JD, p.1
  • The Gap Report: The Field of Family Therapy: Report no. 78: “Formulated by the Committee on the Family Group for the Advancement of Psychiarty,” by Victoria Harrison, MA, LMFT, LCSW, p.3
  • Book Review: “Unresolved Emotional Attachment: Two Memoirs,” by Clarence Boyd, MSW, p.11

Number 2 (Summer 2013)

  • “Science as the Basis for Bowen Theory,” by Ann Jones, RN, PhD, p.1
  • “A Wider Lens: Bowen Theory and a Natural Systems View of Symptoms,” by Victoria Harrison, MA, LMFT, p.3

Number 3 (Fall 2013)

  • “Analyzing Observational Data from Bowen’s NIMH Project: Two Months of Nursing Notes: August 1955 and October 1956,” by Catherine Rakow, MSW, p.1
  • “From the Bowen Archives: An Interview with Victoria Harrison” p.3
  • “Book Review: The Origins of Family Psychotherapy,” by Anne McKnight, LCSW, MEd, p.8
  • Remembering Don Schoulberg,” by Patricia Hanes Meyer, LCSW, p.16

Number 4 (Winter 2014)

  • “Threatened Religious Institutions: A Systems Perspective,” by Katie Long, DMin, p.1
  • “Formulating Public Policy in Times of Regression,” by Patricia A. Comella, p.3
  • “From the Bowen Archives: An Interview with Victoria Harrison, Part 2,” p.11

Volume XIV

Number 1 (Spring 2012)

  • “Homelessness and Bowen Family Systems Theory,” by John Bell, MDiv, p.1
  • “‘Coming of Age,’ in Families and Society,” by Katie Long, DMin, p.3
  • An Update: The Murray Bowen Archives Project,” by Ann Jones, RN, PhD, p.6
  • “Cancer as a System,” by Cybil Britton, APRN, BC, p.11

Number 2 (Summer 2012)

  • “Functions of Social Groups,” by Patricia Comella, JD, p.1
  • “Family Leadership in Anxious Times, ” by Louise Rauseo, RN, MS, p.3
  • “The Functions of Triangles in Problems and Problem-Solving,” by Victoria Harrison, MA, LMFT, LCSW, p.6
  • “Interlocking Triangles: Facing a Crisis in Families and Education,” by Ada Luisa Trillo, MA, p.10

Number 3 (Fall 2012)

  • “Biological Sensitivity to Context and Bowen Theory,” by Ann Jones, RN, PhD, p.1
  • “A Long-Term Coaching Relationship: Differentiation for Client and Coach,” by Katharine Gratwick Baker, PhD, p.3
  • Mid-Year Report: Joint Project of CSNSF Border Programs, El Paso Juvenile Probation Department,” by Louise Rauseo, p.6
  • Belief Paper: “Natural Spirituality: A Personal Reflection,” by Stephanie Ferrera, MSW, p.8
  • “Defining and Examining Beliefs as Part of Differentiation of Self,” by Victoria Harrison, MA, LMFT, LCSW, p.9

Number 4 (Winter 2013)

  • “The Relationship World of the Young Adult,” by Anne McKnight, LCSW, EdD, p.1
  • “Family Systems 1000 B.C.E.: A Natural Systems Reading of the Davidic Narratives,” by Robert Creech, PhD, p.3
  • Managing Subjectivity: The Nature of the Lens: Does It Matter?” by Clarence Boyd, MSW, p.11

Volume XIII

Number 1 (Spring 2011)

  • “Clergy and Congregations in a Regressed Society” by Robert Creech, p.1
  • “Territoriality and the Spirit of Place: Objective and Subjective Perspectives” by Peter Titelman, p.3
  • “Bowen Family Systems Theory: The Past, the Present and the Future” by Roberta Gilbert, p.6

Number 2 (Summer 2011)

  • “Violence, Globalization and Societal Process: Thinking about Northern Mexico,” by Ada Luisa Trillo, p.1
  • “Collective Intelligence and Differentiation of Self,” by Stephanie J. Ferrera, p.3
  • “From Relationship Therapy to Clinical Practice Based in Bowen Theory,” by Hal DeShong, p.7
  • “Insight from One of Humans’ Close Relatives,” book review by Cybil Britton of Vanessa Woods’ Bonobo Handshake: A Memoir of Love and Adventure in the Congo, p.11

Number 3 (Fall 2011)

  • “The Influence of Bowen Theory on One Organization’s Efforts to Change Corporate Culture,” by Teresa Edmonson, p.1
  • “Cultural Myths and the Realities of Problem-Solving,” by Murray Bowen, p.3
  • Peter Steinke interviewed by Katie Long, p.7

Number 4 (Winter 2012)

  • “Toward a Biological basis for the Multigenerational Transmission Process,” by Ann Jones, p.1
  • “Cultural Myths and the Realities of Problem-Solving,” continued, by Murray Bowen, p.3
  • “Family Leaders for Youth in Juvenile Prevention: A Joint Project of CSNSF Border Programs and El Paso Country Juvenile Probation,” by Louise Rauseo, p.5
  • “Observations about Anxiety,” by Clarence Boyd, p.6

Volume XII

Number 1 (Spring 2010)

  • “Some Thoughts on a Beginning Theory About Society as an Emotional System” by Patricia A. Comella, p.1
  • “Natural Systems Study and Society in Trouble” by Louise Rauseo, p.3

Annette Gordon-Reed’s The Hemingses of Monticello: An American Family reviewed by Katie Long in “The Hemingses of Monticello: Few Answers, Good Questions,” p.12

Number 2 (Summer 2010)

  • “Traveling in Your Own Country: The Emotional Function of Henry David Thoreau’s Philosophy of Nature” by Robert Williamson, p.1
  • “Epigenetics, Science and Bowen Theory” by Ann Jones, p.3

Number 3 (Fall 2010)

  • “Bowen Theory and a Pastoral Transition” by Robert Creech, p.1
  • “Epigenetics, Science and Bowen Theory: Part Two” by Ann Jones, p.3
  • Deborah M. Gordon’s Ant Encounters: Interaction Networks and Colony Behavior reviewed by LeAnn Howard, p.10

Number 4 (Winter 2011)

  • “The Murray Bowen Archives Project of Leaders for Tomorrow” by Joanne Bowen and Patricia Comella, p.1
  • “Overcoming Blind Spots Common in Leadership” by Victoria Harrison, p. 3
  • “Eating Disorders” by Roberta M. Gilbert, p.11

Volume XI

Number 1 (Spring 2009)

  • “Teaching and Learning Bowen Theory on the Border” by Ada Luisa V. Trillo, p.1
  • Doris Kearns Goodwin’s Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln reviewed by Ann Jones in “Team of Rivals Moves Towards Systems View,” p.3
  • Murray Bowen interviewed by Arthur Ciervo for Marriage magazine in “Parents Should Not Present a United Front,” p.9

Number 2 (Spring 2009)

  • “Emotional Process in Society: The Eighth Concept of Bowen Family Systems Theory” by Patricia A. Comella, p.1
  • Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat, Pray, Love reviewed by David S. Hargrove in “Eat, Pray, Love: A Tale of Differentiation of Self,” p.3
  • “Factors that Mitigate Violence” by Daniel V. Papero, p.4
  • “Through the Lens: Cutoff” by Roberta Gilbert, p.10

Number 3 (Spring 2009)

  • “Mules and Zebras: The Importance of Attitude” by Clarence Boyd, p.1
  • “Calming: Making Life Choices at a Time of Anxiety” by Bob Williamson, p.3
  • Richard Russo’s That Old Cape Magic reviewed by David S. Hargrove in “The Failure of Emotional Cutoff: A Review of Richard Russo’s That Old Cape Magic,” p.8

Number 4 (Spring 2009)

  • “Family Reactions to Birth” by Victoria Harrison, p.1
  • Katie Long interviews Dan V. Papero in “Consulting to Organizations from a Bowen Theory Perspective,” p.3
  • Leslie Ann Fox and Katharine Gratwick Baker’s “Leading a Business in Anxious Times” reviewed by Teresa Karns Edmonson, p.5
  • Charles W. Collier’s Wealth in Families reviewed by Eric Weiner in “Wealth in Families: A Broad and Profound Perspective,” p.12

Volume X

Number 1 (Spring 2008)

  • “Racial Discrimination and Bowen Theory” by Virginia Kemp, p.1
  • “On Becoming a Scientist: Contribution to Knowledge About the Emotional System” by LeAnn Howard, p.3
  • “Swarm Theory and Self-Directed Behavior” by Ann Jones, p.5

Number 2 (Spring 2008)

  • “Thoughts on Differentiation of Self in Science” by Stephanie Ferrera, p.1
  • “Language and Learning” by Victoria Harrison, p.3
  • Murray Bowen’s Commitment to Principles: The Letters of Murray Bowen, MD reviewed by Katie Long, p.7
  • Katie Long interviews Clarence Boyd, p.8
  • “Through the Lens: Aging Parents and Their Children” by Roberta Gilbert, p.10

Number 3 (Spring 2008)

  • “The Beliefs Chart and Walter Inglis Anderson” by Robert Williamson, p.1
  • “The Human as a Part of Nature: Parallel Developments in Catholic Theology and the Study of Human Functioning” by Louise Rauseo, p.3
  • “Reflections on Wisdom of the Ages Conferences” by Joseph C. Carolin, p.7
  • Robert Williamson’s Charting Self: A Beliefs Chart Curriculum for Adults reviewed by Katie Long in “Charting Self: An Opportunity to Track Beliefs and Relationships,” p.10

Number 4 (Spring 2008)

  • “The Emotional Side of Money, Part 2: Wealth and Health in Families and Societies” by Victoria Harrison, p.1
  • Richard Russo’s Bridge of Sighs reviewed by David S. Hargrove in “Bridge of Sighs: Bringing the Process to Life,” p.3
  • “Through the Lens: On Stepparenting” by Roberta Gilbert, p.10

Volume IX

Number 1 (Spring 2007)

  • “Alphas and Human Families” by Cybil Britton, p.1
  • “Philanthropy – Facts, Fears and Fantasy” by Cindy Devoe, p.3
  • “The Theoretical Structure of the Church” by Murray Bowen, p.5
  • “Differentiation of Self and the Selection and Preparation of Protestant Clergy” by Katie Long, p.9

Number 2 (Summer 2007)

  • “The Fallacy of the Nonanxious Presence: Deepening into the Future” by Susan Luff, p.1
  • “Bowen Therapy and the Suicidal Client” by Hal DeShong, p.3
  • Roberta Gilbert’s Extraordinary Relationships reviewed by Katie Long in “Guiding Clergy To Become ‘Extraordinary’ Leaders” p.7
  • Katie Long interviews Robert Creech in “The Pastor as Leader”, p.8
  • Shenandoah Family Systems Network interviews Roberta Gilbert in “Through the Lens: Launching Time” p.10

Number 3 (Fall 2007)

  • “Family Emotional Process and the Big Picture” by Andrea M. Schara, p.1
  • “Taking Bowen Family Systems Theory to Church” by Suzan Carter, p.3

Number 4 (Winter 2007)

  • “The Emotional Side of Money” by Victoria Harrison, p.1
  • “Pastoral Response to Death: Cutoff or Connection?” by Katie Long, p.3
  • Dr. Alfie Kohn’s Punished by Rewards reviewed by Roberta Gilbert in “Through the Lens: Rewards and Punishments” p.10

VOLUME VIII

Number 1 (Spring 2006)

  • “Family Systems and Learning, Part II: The Difference One Person Can Make” by Victoria Harrison, p.1
  • “Israeli-Palestinian Conflict as Emotional Process” by Shelly Fine, p. 3
  • “Using Stories to Teach Bowen Theory” by Monika Baege, p.7
  • “Intellectual Ability and Cortical Development in Children and Adolescents” reviewed in “Research Review Alert” by Victoria Harrison, p.12

Number 2 (Summer 2006)

  • “Bowen Family Systems Theory and Higher Education” by David S. Hargrove, p.1
  • “Toward Understanding the ‘How’ of Bowen Theory” by Michael H. Quinn, p.5

Number 3 (Fall 2006)

  • “The Sensitivities of Marriage” by Phillip Klever, p.1
  • “For Better or For Worse: The Challenges of Marriage” by Victoria Harrison, p.3
  • “Are Married Couples in the Minority?” by Katie Long, p.4
  • “Bowen Family Systems and Marriage” by Daniel V. Papero, p.10

Number 4 (Winter 2006)

  • “Tis the Season: On Holidays and Family Functioning” by Victoira Harrison, p.1
  • “A Therapist’s Transition to Bowen Theory” by Anne Spector, p.3
  • “Child-Focus Extended: Higher Education’s Anxious Relationships” by David S. Hargrove, p.6

VOLUME VII

Number 1 (Spring 2005)

  • “Erosion of Bowen Theory 3: Incomplete Understanding of Theory” by Roberta M. Gilbert, p.1
  • “A Better Chance: Part VII, Progress Report: One Family’s Experience” by Victoria Harrison, p.3
  • “Stress, Society and the Individual” by Daniel V. Papero, p.7
  • Roberta Gilbert’s The Eight Concepts of Bowen Theory: A New Way of Thinking About the Individual and the Group reviewed by Katie Long, p.12

Number 2 (Summer 2005)

  • “Research Report: The Study of Stress Reactivity and the Family in the Work of Dr. Mark Flinn” by Victoria Harrison, p.1
  • “Clergy Sexual Misconduct Through the Lens of Bowen Theory” by Carol Jeunette, p.3
  • “A Historical View of the Annual Symposium” by Victoria Harrison, p.8
  • Ronald W. Richardson’s Becoming a Healthier Pastor reviewed by Katie Long, in “Relating Theory to Pastoral Health” p.10

Number 3 (Fall 2005)

  • “The Many Faces of Cutoff” by Louise Rauseo, p.1
  • “Family Systems and Learning, Part I: Teaching What One Does Not Know” by Victoria Harrison, p.3
  • “Bowen Theory and Conflict Transformation in Northern Ireland” by Katie Long, p.8

Number 4 (Winter 2005)

  • “Family Systems and Learning, Part II: Reading, Writing and Relationships” by Victoria Harrison, p.1
  • “Ethical Responsibility in Family Therapy, Using Bowen Theory as an Example” by Sally Miller, p.3

VOLUME VI

Number 1 (Spring 2004)

  • “Regression in Delivery of Mental Health Services” by LeAnn Howard, p.1
  • Conference review: “The Importance of Research for Family Theory and Therapy” by Victoria Harrison, p.5

Number 2 (Summer 2004)

  • “Peace Follows Principe: Theory Comes Alive in the Face of Death” by Anthony Wilgus, p.1
  • “Letter from the Director of CSNSF” by Michael H. Quinn, p.2
  • “A Better Chance: Part V, Understanding and Managing Emotional Reactivity and Chronic Illness” by Victoria Harrison, p.3
  • “History Through a Family Lens” by Reverend Katie Long, p.4

Number 3 (Fall 2004)

  • “The Erosion of Bowen Theory” by Roberta M. Gilbert, p.1
  • “A Call for System Thinkers” by Ann Jones, p.2
  • “A Better Chance: Part VI, An Example of Systems Theory” by Victoria Harrison, p.3
  • “An Experience in Trying to Develop and Continue Programs in Bowen Family Systems Theory in a Border Community” by Ada Luisa Trillo, p.9
  • Phillip Longman’s The Empty Cradle: How Falling Birthrates Threaten World Prosperity [and What to Do About It] reviewed by Katie Long, in “Empy Cradle Has Implications” p.13

Number 4 (Winter 2004)

  • “Doroth Canfield Fisher’s Understood Betsy and Murray Bowen’s Child Projection Process” by Erik Thompson, p.1
  • “Erosion of Bowen Theory 2: Communication from an Anxious Posture” by Roberta M. Gilbert, p.3
  • “Chronic Physical Symptoms and Bowen Family Systems Theory” by Sharon Renfro, p.5

VOLUME V

Number 1 (Spring 2003)

  • “Center for the Study of Natural Systems and the Family 2003-04 Education and Research” by Michael H. Quinn, p.1
  • “Thoughts on Citizenship and Differentiation” by Stephanie J. Ferrera, p.3
  • Conference review: “Commentaries on Facts of Life 2003” by Victoria Harrison, p.5
  • Conference review: “Comments on Facts of Life 2003” by Anne E. Jones, p.7
  • “Scholarship Letter” by Joan Engebretson, p.8
  • “Coming Home” by Christopher K. Travis, p.8
  • Conference review: “Commentary on Facts of Life 2003” by Reverend Katie Long, p.10
  • “Letter” by Dan Joslyn, p.11
  • Conference review: “Quote” from Michael Kerr, p.11

Number 2 (Summer 2003)

  • “The Process of Self-Focusing and Other-Focusing as Related to Objectivity and Differentiation: Part I” by Hal DeShong, p.1
  • “Center for the Study of Natural Systems and the Family” by Michael H. Quinn, p.4
  • “Research Review: Marriage and Health” by Victoria Harrison, p.5
  • “Sibling Position” by Janet S. Kuhn, p.8

Number 3 (Fall 2003)

  • “The Process of Self-Focusing and Other-Focusing as Related to Objectivity and Differentiation: Part II” by Hal DeShong, p.1
  • “Bowen Theory and the Study of Reproduction and Evolution” by Victoria Harrison, p.5

Number 4 (Winter 2003)

  • “Letter from the Editor” by Michael H. Quinn, p.1
  • “Room of One’s Own: Territory and Differentiation” by Stephanie Ferrera, p.2
  • “Research Review” by Mary Greenberg, p.5

VOLUME IV

Number 1 (Spring 2002)

  • “Leadership and Bowen Theory at Center for the Study of Natural Systems and the Family” by Victoria Harrison, p.1
  • Conference review: “Facts of Life 2002: The Impact of Relationships in Family and Society on Health and Reproduction” reviewed by Susan Atlas, p.2
  • Research review: “Hormonal Correlates of Paternal Responsiveness in New and Expectant Fathers” by Anne E. Story, Carolyn J. Walsh, Roma L. Quinton, and Katherine E. Wynne- Edwards, reviewed by Victoria Harrison, p.6

Number 2 (Summer 2002)

  • “Leadership and Bowen Theory at CSNSF 2002-03” by Michael H. Quinn, p.1
  • “A Better Chance: Part III” by Victoria Harrison, p.3
  • Conference review: “A Review of Facts of Life 2002: Part II” by Susan Atlas, p.4

Number 3 (Fall 2002)

  • “A Better Chance: Part IV” by Victoria Harrison, p.1
  • FSF interviews Daniel Papero, p.5
  • Conference review: “A Review of Facts of Life 2002: Part III” by Susan Atlas, p.6
  • “The Glory in the Explained” by Dr. Steven N. Rauseo, with introduction by Louise Rauseo, p.9
  • “Reflections Pertaining to the Immune System” by Lisa Hackler, p.11

Number 4 (Winter 2002)

  • FSF interviews Kathleen Kerr, p.5

VOLUME III

Number 1 (Spring 2001)

  • “Standing Alone for the Common Good: Differentiation of Self as Social Action, Part I” by Louise Rauseo, p.1
  • “Research Review: The Impact of Relationships on Health and Reproduction: Endometriosis as a Model” by Victoria Harrison, p.6
  • Conference review: DeLange Conference IV, “Neurobiology of Perception and Communication: From Synapse to Society” reviewed by Victoria Harrison, p.7
  • Conference review: “My thinking from the Fourth Annual Facts of Life Conference” by Dennis A. Romig, p.9
  • Conference review: “Commentary on Facts of Life Conference” by Lisa Hackler, p.10
  • Conference review: Reverend Larry Matthews presents “Leadership in Ministry: A Family Systems Perspective,” reviewed by Victoria Harrison, M.A., p.11

Number 2 (Summer 2001)

  • “Standing Alone for the Common Good: Differentiation of Self as Social Action, Part II” by Louise Rauseo, p.1
  • “A Better Chance: A Series on Systems Therapy Based on Bowen Theory” by Victoria Harrison, p.4
  • Conference review: “Commentary on Facts of Life: 2001” by Dan Papero, p.8

Number 3 (Fall 2001)

  • “A Better Chance: Part II” by Victoria Harrison, p.1
  • “Women and Leadership (Men also welcome to apply)” by Stepanie J. Ferrera, p.5
  • Filipo Aureli and Frans B. De Waal’s Natural Conflict Resolution reviewed by Mary Greenberg, p.7

Number 4 (Winter 2001)

  • Lisa Hackler interviews Priscilla Friesen in “Interview with Priscilla Friesen on The Bowen Center’s Four Times a Year Post Graduate Training Program,” p.3
  • “Research Review” (on Robert Quinlan’s article on reproduction) by Victoria Harrison, p.5

VOLUME II

Number 1 (Spring 2000)

  • “Introduction to Facts of Life: 2000, The Study of Natural Systems and the Family” by Victoria Harrison, p.1
  • “You Say You Want Equality?” by Stephanie Ferrera, p.4
  • “Research Review: Cell-phone Effects: Technology or Togetherness?” by Victoria Harrison, p.7

Number 2 (Summer 2000)

  • “The Emergence of Differentiation of Self” by Robert J. Noone, p.1
  • “Research Review: Human Pheromones and Health” by Victoria Harrison, p.6
  • “Purposes Served by Publishing the Newsletter Family Systems Forum” by Lisa Hackler, p.8
  • George Cladis’ Leading the Team Based Church reviewed by Michael H. Quinn, p.10
  • “Facts of Life 2000: The Vitality of Systems Thinking” by Michael H. Quinn, p.13
  • Conference review: Priscilla Friesen presents “Family Systems and the Brain” and Rob Felton presents “Learning How to Learn” reviewed by Victoria Harrison, p.14
  • “Excerpts from Videotape of Murray Bowen and Paul MacLean, 1983” p.16

Number 3 (Fall 2000)

  • “Family Systems Forum: September 2000” by Victoria Harrison, p.1
  • “Mental Health and Science” by Murray Bowen, p.2
  • “Living the Theory” by Michael Kerr, p.5
  • “Anecdotes and Memories of Murray Bowen” by Michael Kerr, p.6
  • FSF interviews Roberta Gilbert in “On Dr. Bowen,” p.8
  • “Movement to Bowen Theory” by Hal DeShong, p.10
  • “Reflections: The Influence of Murray Bowen in the Houston Family Therapy Community” by Sally Miller, p.13
  • “It’s not ‘Follow the Leader’” by Eileen Raffaniello Barbella, p.14
  • “Texas, Bowen Theory and the Menninger Clinic: A Personal Journey” by Donald J. Shoulberg, p.17
  • “My Quest in Search of Bowen Theory” by Jack Butler, p.19
  • “A Brief Personal and Impersonal History with Murray Bowen and Bowen Theory” by Louise Rauseo, p.20

Number 4 (Winter 2000)

  • “What Does a Bowen Family Systems Clinician Think Like?” by Hal DeShong, p.4
  • “Differentiation of Self and Growing Morally” by Michael H. Quinn, p.7
  • “Emotional Process in Society: The Influence of Population Density and the Poverty of Difference” by Louise Rauseo, p.10
  • Research review: “Transgenerational Induction of Defences in Animals and Plants” by Anurag A. Agrawal, Christian Laforsch and Ralph Tollrian, reviewed by Margaret Donley, p.14

VOLUME I

Number 1 (Winter 1999)

  • “Educational Programs in Bowen Theory: Part One” by Victoria Harrison, p.1
  • Stephen Jay Gould’s The Mismeasure of Man reviewed by Michael H. Quinn, p.4
  • Conference review: Kathleen Kerr, R.N., M.S. presents “Ties That Bind: Symbiosis and Differentiation” reviewed by Lisa Hackler, p.6

Number 2 (Spring 1999)

  • “Educational Programs in Bowen Theory: Part Two” by Victoria Harrison, p.1
  • “Historical Timeline: Development of Programs throughout the Country” p.3
  • “Center for the Study of Natural Systems and the Family” by Victoria Harrison, p.4
  • “Murray Bowen, Bowen Theory and the Family Movement” by Michael E. Kerr, p.5
  • “A Question of Ethics: Bowen Natural Systems Theory Misunderstood and Distorted” by Sally Miller, p.8
  • “Thinking About Faith: Part One” by Lisa Hackler, p.9
  • Conference review: The Judge J.W. Mills Memorial Lecture Series, “Future Tense: Factors that Impact Future Generations” reviewed by Victoria Harrison, p.14

Number 3 (Summer 1999)

  • “Educational Programs in Bowen Theory, the Study of Natural Systems and the Family” by Victoria Harrison, p.1
  • “Thinking About Faith: Part Two” by Lisa Hackler, p.10
  • Conference review: Roberta Gilbert, M.D., presents “Raising Children in an Anxious World” reviewed by Lisa Hackler, p. 13

Number 4 (Fall 1999)

  • “Psychotherapy, Science and Bowen Theory” by Victoria Harrison, p.1
  • “Bowen Theory in Sweden and Norway” by Victoria Harrison, p.10
  • “Research Review” by Victoria Harrison, p.12
  • Conference review: Priscilla Friesen presents “Relationships, the Brain and Neurofeedback” reviewed by Lisa Hackler, p.14
  • Conference review: Michael Kerr, M.D., presents “The Study of Natural Systems and the Family” reviewed by Lisa Hackler, p.17