A diverse panel of speakers discuss understanding the emotional system, Bowen theory, social psychology, and biology–particularly harvester ants.
Daniel Papero discusses what Bowen theory has to say about attachment, unresolved emotional attachment, the force for differentiation and the force for togetherness, anxiety, and triangles.
Dr. Papero summarizes classic attachment theory and how Bowen theory looks at symbiosis, anxiety and attachment. He then relates this information to adult attachment and marriage.
Dr. Michael Kerr explores the relationship between emotional process and the development of symptoms–in particular, cancer.
Dr. Daniel Papero discusses the family as an emotional unit within a larger multigenerational system: functioning position, anxiety, and symptoms.