Part one of an interview with Dr. Laura Havstad by Katherine Kott that explores the concept of emotional cutoff in Bowen theory.
When efforts to try and fix the problem in the family member with symptoms fail to produce change, there is a way for anyone in the family to observe and alter their part in the emotional system and shift the situation so that the symptomatic person has a better chance for self regulation.
We at Programs in Bowen Theory were so looking forward to the day’s conference Dr. Monika Baege was to do for us in November on the importance of the clinicians ability to be a self in their family. However, on October 29, 2013, Dr. Baege died peacefully with her family around her, of a cancer […]
Monika Baege, EdD, LCMHC of the Vermont Center for Family Studies Dr. Baege was to present this program November 9, 2013… “How are you going to help others when you can’t be a self in your own family?” However, Dr. Baege died on October 29, 2013. An additional blog post provides a tribute to Dr. […]
Kathy Wiseman presented a day of her thinking about how she uses Bowen family systems theory in her work as a family business consultant. The goal was to stimulate thinking about the field of family business consulting as seen through the lens of emotional process.