Bowen Theory's Secrets
Revealing the Hidden Life of Families
A much-needed update to one of the most significant family therapy theories of the past century.
Murray Bowen (1913–1990) was the first to study the family in a live-in setting and describe specific details about how families function as systems. His theories dominated family therapy for decades. This book, written by one of his closet collaborators, updates his still-radical theory with the latest approaches to understanding emotional development.