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Previous Conference Sampler: 5th Video:Attachment Theory & Bowen Theory (Part 1) Similarities and Differences-Kathleen Kerr

As we gear up to attend our coming Conference in May, we are launching a series of past conference video samplers to let you have some foretaste of the theory and the speakers. 


Course Objectives

 To provide an introduction on Bowen Family Systems Theory

 To introduce the speakers to our Hong Kong audience to prepare for the coming conference

 To review and revise on topics presented at those conferences

 To allow the public who were not be able to attend the conference a chance to hear the lectures given by the Speakers


Course Code: PCS 05/18
Date & Time: Apr. 28, 2018 (Sat)   1:30pm – 4:00 pm

International Social Service Hong Kong Branch
6/F, Southorn Centre, 130 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

Targets: Helping professionals, and anyone interested in Bowen theory

Lecture: English (no subtitles)
Debriefing and discussion: English / Cantonese


 $200 per session; COF $150 per session

 But buy one get one free, bring a friend along and the second person will be free.


The series consists of 7 videos, each conducted by a different speaker. Click here to view Schedule

5th Video    Apr. 28, 2018
Attachment Theory & Bowen Theory (Part 1) Similarities and Differences-Kathleen Kerr

Mrs. Kathleen Kerr gives a detail and clear description of the contrasting themes between Attachment Theory and Bowen Theory and how the therapists’ attitudes, approaches and goals on child problems differ in many ways between the two mindsets.