Leadership Series 2016/2017
The Series is composed of eight one-day seminars that promote in-depth thinking about self, family, and organizational process through the lens of Bowen family systems theory. $900 for eight one-day seminars. An initial $100 deposit is due at the time of registration to reserve a place in the program. Additional installments of $350 are due by the September seminar and $450 by the January seminar. Registration is due by September 1st. For more information click HERE.
Special May Leadership Series Presentation
Join us as we welcome guest speaker Dr. David Scott Hargrove, Faculty Member at the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family. Dr. Hargrove has interest in health and physiology, systems of resiliency in challenged communities and is a deacon in the Presbyterian Church-USA. More details about his presentations will follow in future Healthy Congregations newsletters. Friday, May 5, 2017 8:30 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. (EST) We offer 3 different opportunities to engage in our Special May Leadership Series Event. Registration is open to everyone. Morning registration includes the first presentation. You can choose breakfast & lunch for a small fee of $18. You may also choose to participate via Livecast. For details regarding this event and the schedule please click HERE.
Facilitator Training 2017
DATES TBD: This opportunity offers observation about assimilation and application over the three-month period of time of the training. A solid introduction to systems and Bowen family systems theory will be the foundation for presentation of learning strategies for all six HC workshops. Registered students receive a discounted registration fee. For detailed information and dates of training click HERE.
Summer Leadership Intensive 2017
Dates TBD: This is an opportunity to concentrate on leadership, relationships and clearer thinking in a three day concentrated format. Experiment, explore — or extend some of your current work. The three-day session will offer time for ideas, reading, writing, and family of origin work with experienced emotional process coaches. Sessions will be held from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm each day. Participants will need to be present for all three days. For more detailed information click HERE.