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        54th Symposium (2017) - All Sessions

        54th Symposium (2017) - All Sessions

        Friday, November 3, 2017

        9:00

        Family, Chronic Anxiety, and Sustained Vulnerability to Heightened Stress Reactivity over the Life Course

        Robert J. Noone, PhD

        This presentation purports that the level of chronic anxiety at play in the family both determines the impact of early life adversity on the development of individuals and the degree to which vulnerability to stress is sustained over the life course.


        9:25

        Adverse Childhood Experiences: A Bowen Family Systems Theory Perspective

        Barbara Laymon, MPH, MS, LGPC

        Although Felitti’s groundbreaking work on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) is almost twenty years old, the problem remains largely inexorable. Here, I explore the difference that a Bowen family systems theory perspective might make in understanding and addressing ACEs.


        9:50

        Discussion


        10:45

        Understanding and Ameliorating the Physical Health Problems Associated with Early Life Adversity

        Gregory Miller, PhD

        Dr. Miller will present evidence that early adversity affects physical health across the lifespan, discuss our evolving knowledge of the mechanisms involved, and consider the protective role that psychological interventions with families may have.


        2:15

        The Immature Parent

        Daniel V. Papero, PhD, LCSW-C, LICSW

        In this talk I will attempt to explore the roots of the parental focus and discuss how a parent might start or restart his or her own developmental effort to increase personal maturity and thus reduce vulnerability to the parental focus.


        2:40

        Emotional Cut-Off and Family Projection in an Adopted Family

        Laura R. Brooks, LCSW-C

        The Adoption Family Study, now going on for twelve years, describes within-family variability in families with adopted children. This presentation describes emotional cutoff and family projection process in a research family that includes a single parent with a birth child and an adopted child.


        3:05

        Discussion


        3:45

        The Difference Bowen Theory Makes for Research and Clinical Practice

        Victoria Harrison, MA, LMFT

        When studying reactions to adversity, Bowen theory includes the impact of relationships between generations of the family and during childhood over biology and behavior of family members. Examples from the Observations of Change research project will illustrate factors that influence symptom development and variation in changes in anxious physiology and functioning associated with decreasing symptoms and improving functioning for the family.


        4:10

        What Happens When the Hitting Stops? Understanding Symptom Development in Children Exposed to Domestic Violence through the Lens of Bowen Family Systems Theory

        Amie Post, MA, LCMFT

        Family experiences of domestic violence are often viewed as traumatic to the children who are exposed to domestic violence. Bowen family systems theory offers a different lens to view symptom development in children who have experienced violence in their families.


        4:35

        Discussion


        Saturday, November 4, 2017

        9:00

        Targeting Biobehavioral Mechanisms of Self-Regulation in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy with Child Welfare Families

        Elizabeth Skowron, PhD

        Dr. Skowron will present findings from her program of research documenting real-time associations in mother and child autonomic physiology and observed behaviors in child welfare-involved families. Current NIH-funded research on Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), focused on investigating the neurobiological bases of change in parent & child self-regulation skills will be discussed, along with a brief discussion of PCIT’s theorized mechanisms of change and preliminary study findings through the lens of Bowen theory and its basic principles.


        11:30

        The Parenting Soft/Hard Split

        Jennifer Brown, PhD

        Exploring qualitative data on parents reveals a repeating theme of parenting-style tensions about whether a tougher or more nurturing style is appropriate for their symptomatic child.


        11:55

        The Developing Child: Perspectives of Attachment and Family Systems Theories

        Anne S. McKnight, EdD, LCSW, LICSW

        Attachment theory and family systems theory both consider the relationship between the mother and child. This presentation will explore how the differences in the theoretical orientation affect the clinical assessment, treatment, and outcome for the child.


        12:20

        Discussion


        2:15

        Roundtable Discussion – Victoria Harrison, Gregory Miller,

        Robert Noone, Daniel Papero, Elizabeth Skowron


        3:30

        Of Elegies and Hip Hop: Measures for Mitigating a Regression

        Anthony Wilgus, MSW

        Emotional process in society can compromise vulnerable groups. However, the experiences of a poor white person from Appalachia with an addicted mother and an African American man with a history of criminal behavior yield some of the critical components necessary for modifying a family regression.


        3:55

        The Family Projection Process across the Socioeconomic Spectrum

        Michael Sullivan, LMSW

        The family projection process is a relationship pattern that operates within all families. This presentation will examine the variation in this pattern within families across the socioeconomic spectrum.


        4:20

        Discussion

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