The monthly webcast lectures feature Michael Kerr, M.D. Director or Kathleen Kerr, MSN, MA, CNS. Bowen theory conceptualizes the family as a network of interlocking relationships that can be described within a multigenerational framework. Designed to explicate Bowen theory concepts and principles, the lectures illustrate the interplay of Bowen theory and its applications: how Bowen theory guides the thinking of clinicians and their actions. Webcast lectures are appropriate for mental health professionals and others interested in human behavior. The monthly 90-minute webcasts are transmitted live from the Bowen Theory Academy (Islesboro, ME) via Zoom.
Send an email to (firstname.lastname@example.org) confirming that you have paid $25 to register; indicate whether you wish to receive the link to the live webcast or the recorded lecture, no later than 5 pm the day before the Webcast.
Please note – the registration fee covers only 1 of the 2 options listed above. If you would like access to the live webcast, you’re not eligible to access the recording. If you would like access to the recording, you’re not eligible to receive a link to the live webcast.
Meeting Time: 1:30 – 3:00 pm Eastern Time
Fee: $25 per session
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