The same parents often raise children that turn out very differently in their ability to cope with life's inevitable challenges. Statistical studies confirm that siblings all too often diverge widely in social status, wealth, and education. This presentation describes how Bowen family systems theory explains the divergence.
Using easy to follow diagrams and everyday language, Dr. Michael Kerr presents the central elements of Bowen theory in a way which makes it, even for non-therapists, both an excellent introduction to the theory's ideas and provides a valuable integration of concepts for long-time students of the theory.
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