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Delayed Webcast Lectures: Lecture 7: Operationalizing the Concept of Differentiation

This is a lecture series on Bowen theory conducted by the faculty members of the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

Course Objectives
  • To get in touch with the latest thinking of the Bowen theory, and the sharing of experienced Bowen theorists.
  • To enhance understanding and applications of the Bowen theory.
 
Course Details
Course Code WCF 07/18-19
Date & Time: May 11, 2019 (Sat) 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Venue:

International Soical Service Hong Kong Branch

6/F, Southorn Cnetre, 130 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong.

Targets:

Helping professionals and anyone interestd in Bowen Theory

Language:

Lecture:  English (no subtitle)

Debriefing and discussion:  English / Cantonese

Fee:

$1,350  Annual Pass (10 tickets)

$1,200  Annual Pass (ISSFI Circle of Friends)

$600  Full time students

$200  Individual Session

Annual Pass can be be used as 10 tickets, e.g. 3 persons can use 3 tickets at one lecture). 

Annual Pass

The series consists of 10 lectures, each conducted by a different speaker. Click here to view the Schedule for 2018-19 (Brief) / Schedule for 2018-19 (Detialed).

Online application allows enrollment in individual lecture only. If you wish to purchase annual pass for all lectures, please click here and complete the form. 

 

Lecture 7:  Operationalizing the Concept of Differentiation    April 13, 2019 (Sat)  4:00 - 6:30 pm

Social scientists have conducted thousands of studies on overlapping concepts like resiliency, self-esteem, coping, and adaptation. Reviews of the literature identify many similar challenges for research on each of these concepts. Bowen theory can help to address such challenges.

 

Speaker: 
Randall T. Frost, MDIV

Mr. Randall Frost is the Director of Training and Research at Living Systems, a pastoral counseling center in Vancouver, British Columbia that uses Bowen theory as its primary approach to family psychotherapy and pastoral counseling. Mr. Frost is a long-time student of Bowen theory, a frequent presenter at Bowen Center conferences, and the author of several book chapters and articles on Bowen theory in Family Systems. He is also an ordained Presbyterian minister.