We are pleased to share information on this workshop being facilitated by CityU Master of Counselling graduate, Bonnie Hall, RCC. Bonnie is a Registered Clinical Counsellor in private practice in Richmond, BC and is a Community Instructor and Associated Contractor with Living Systems.
This 12-hour workshop, based on Bowen Family Systems Theory, will help participants gain a unique perspective on how to build and maintain better relationships with significant others, family, friends and coworkers. Core concepts from the Theory and their application will be explored.
Topics will include:
- Common problematic patterns in relationships and how to change them
- A framework for understanding why some relationships fare better than others
- Ways to manage anxiety and emotional reactivity in relationships
- Key family systems concepts related to relationship functioning, including: triangles, cut-off, differentiation of self, and more
- The significance of your family tree: understanding how the relationship processes in your family of origin affect your current functioning in relationships
- An introduction to Dr. Murray Bowen and his unique contribution to our understanding of human relationships
February 2, 9, 16 and 23, 2019 / 9:30am – 12:30pm (4 Saturday mornings)
South Vancouver Neighbourhood House,
6470 Victoria Drive, Vancouver
This workshop is suitable for people who are interested in improving their relationships or in deepening their understanding of Bowen Family Systems Theory. This workshop is not group therapy and is not intended for those in crisis.
- Cost: $160
- Early Bird Rate: $140, if paid by Dec 31, 2018
- Course limited to 15 participants
- Download the flyer HERE
To register, contact: 778-230-4634 or firstname.lastname@example.org