An Introduction and Useful Links
The following provides a good introduction to Bowen theory. The websites are additional resources for learning about Bowen theory from organizations in various parts of North America.
An introduction to Bowen theory.
Video introduction to Bowen Theory: Understanding Bowen Theory
An overview of the eight concepts of Bowen Theory: Bowen Theory Concepts
Bowen Theory: Dr. Bowen and the theory
YouTube Channel of interviews and presentations on Bowen Theory created by the Bowen Center: The Bowen Center
YouTube Channel “Family Matters” – a series of interviews regarding Bowen Theory: Family Matters (UDC-TV)(look for the Family Matters playlist).
Free Public Lecture videos from past conference: Streaming Video Presentation (scroll down to the public lectures section).
Past newsletters: Books & Articles (see material on the right).
Video segments of Dr. Bowen and the graduate training program: Videos
Video interviews of individuals that knew and worked with Dr. Bowen: Oral History
Selected letters of Dr. Bowen to various individuals: Commitment to Principles
Organizations that offer Bowen theory-based counselling.
The Bowen Center Anne S. McKnight, Director
Bowen Theory AcademyDr. Michael Kerr
Center for Human Systems – Dr. Roberta Gilbert
CSNS&F Border Programs – Louise Rauseo
El Paso,Texas / Juarez, Mexico
Please note: This website is now available in English and Spanish.
Family Service Center – Dr. Robert J. Noone
Ideas to Action – Andrea Maloney-Schara
Washington, D.C .
Programs in Bowen Theory – Laura Havstad, Lona Hardy
Sonoma County, California
Princeton Family Center – Selden Illick
Princeton, New Jersey
Southern California Training in Bowen Theory – Carolyn Jacobs
San Diego, California
The Kansas City Center for Family and Organizational Systems – Margaret Otto
Kansas City, Missouri
The Center for the Study of Natural Systems and the Family – Victoria Harrison
The Prairie Center – Tamara Hawk
Western Pennsylvania Family Center in Philadelphia – Annette Kolski-Andreaco
An Introduction to Bowen Theory
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