In Search of Facts

  • November 18, 2020
  • Carl A. Jensen
  • 2 Comments

How can we understand human functioning?  Through facts? Feelings?  Something else? Philosophy, theology, literature, ethics, and other disciplines have their own methodologies for making sense of being human.  However, Dr. Bowen took a scientific approach.  This did not replace other disciplines, but rather provided a ...

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“We’re All in This Together” at a “Social Distance”

  • May 13, 2020
  • Sandra Caffo, LCSW
  • 4 Comments

This pandemic is bringing out the best and the worst in human beings. “We’re all in this together” and “Keep a Social Distance” have taken on powerful meanings as Covid-19 has spread. I am a social worker by training; used to working ‘in-person’. The current ...

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Love, Bowen Theory, and COVID-19

  • April 15, 2020
  • Ann Depner, LCSW
  • 12 Comments

“People speak glibly of love as if it is a well defined entity.” Murray Bowen, Family therapy in Clinical Practice, p. 419   That clutch in my gut when my son called to say there were three COVID deaths and a shortage of masks at his ...

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