Various conventional settings challenge systems thinkers because they are structured and organized on individual frameworks, cause and effect thinking, or ways of classifying and focusing on changing symptoms and problems. What is required to learn how to manage the challenges of thinking and practicing with family systems theory in a conventional world?
Join us October 22-23 for The 42nd Pittsburgh Family Systems Conference and Symposium, “Applying Family Systems Theory in a Conventional World.” This conference will provide education & skills training by numerous speakers from different professions. A diverse background among presenters assures the audience will engage patterns of challenges for family systems thinkers and practitioners across many professional settings.
The monthly webcast lectures feature Michael Kerr, M.D. Director or Kathleen Kerr, MSN, MA, CNS. The monthly 90-minute webcasts are transmitted live from the Bowen Theory Academy (Islesboro, ME) via Zoom.