Through more than 100 hours of research in The Murray Bowen Collection at the National Library of Medicine, the researcher has identified informal communication patterns in Dr. Bowen’s letters and interviews. This presentation will highlight the incisive questions, colorful descriptions, and self-disclosures that have been chronicled from his archives.
This presentation is one small part of a large 2-day conference: The 56th Annual Symposium on Family Theory and Family Psychotherapy, Featuring Dr. Karl Pillemer.
To attend John's presentation on Nov. 9th, you must register for the entire event.
The effects of high anxiety on individuals and groups are well documented. Ample research reveals that change ratchets up anxiety. When the pace of change intensifies, so does group and individual stress.
This presentation will explore:
• How anxiety disrupts the ability to respond to change
• How anxiety gets expressed in the workplace and in the family
• Strategies for helping a family or work system calm down
• How leaders can manage their own anxious reactions to change