Uniting a Family Fractured by War, Family Feuds, and Mental Illness
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Uniting a Family Fractured by War, Family Feuds, and Mental Illness

Uniting a Family Fractured by War, Family Feuds, and Mental Illness

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Bowen Center for the Study of the Family

4400 MacArthur Blvd NW, Suite 103

Washington, DC 20007

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February 9, 2017

On Bridging Multiple Cutoffs: The Process of Uniting a Family Fractured by War, Family Feuds, and Mental Illness

Susan Johnson Hadler, PhD, Private Practice & The Rev. Jacques Hadler, Jr., Epsicopal Church

Alexandria, VA

In her recent book, The Beauty of What Remains, Dr. Susan Hadler reveals the details of her journey to break through barriers of absence, silence and prohibitions. This effort was an opportunity to gain strength and support to persevere in the face of reactivity to find the lost, to bridge cut-offs and to bring her shattered family together. Her husband, The Rev. Jacques Hadler, journeyed with her using his awareness of Bowen theory through his learning experience with Rabbi Edwin Friedman. Dr. Hadler will talk about her journey and The Rev. Hadler will describe how Bowen Theory was an influence in this process.

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