Family Evaluation

Hardcover | July 5, 1988

byMichael Kerr, Murray Bowen

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Michael Kerr (who worked with Bowen for many years) and Bowen propose that the enormously complex task of evaluating a clinical family can be orderly when it is grounded in family systems theory.

Using family diagrams and case studies, the book is devoted to an elegant explication of Bowen theory, which analyzes multigenerational family relationships and conceptualizes the family as an emotional unit or as a network of interlocking relationships, not only among the family members, but also among biological, psychological, and sociological processes. Bowen’s persistent inquiry and devotion to family observation, in spite of obstacles and frustrations, have resulted in a theory that has radically changed our ways of looking at all behavior.

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Comprehensively presents Bowen's principles for assessing families, enabling the family therapist to organize clinical data and make therapy decisions".--James L. Framo, Ph.D

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Michael Kerr (who worked with Bowen for many years) and Bowen propose that the enormously complex task of evaluating a clinical family can be orderly when it is grounded in family systems theory. Using family diagrams and case studies, the book is devoted to an elegant explication of Bowen theory, which analyzes multigenerational famil...

Michael E. Kerr, M.D., and Murray Bowen, worked together for twenty years. When Bowen passed away in 1990, Kerr took over his position as the Director of the Georgetown Family Center.
Format:HardcoverPublished:July 5, 1988Publisher:WW Norton

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ISBN - 10:0393700569

ISBN - 13:9780393700565

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Comprehensively presents Bowen's principles for assessing families, enabling the family therapist to organize clinical data and make therapy decisions".--James L. Framo, Ph.D