Families. Systems. Change. New Theory & Research
Marianne Wamboldt

Marianne Wamboldt, MD
President of Family Process Institute Board.

Family Process Institute develops and implements initiatives integrated with and separate from the Journal that promote family and systems theory, practice, research, and policy. Our other missions include:

•  Creation and dissemination of knowledge about families and systems
•  Career development
•  Collaboration to promote and advocate for families and systems
•  Professional support and nurturance

Please check out our website to see updates about our initiatives.

Sincerely,

Marianne Wamboldt, M.D.

President of Family Process Institute

     

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June 2016 Featured Article

The Art of Reflection: Turning the Strange into the Familiar

Kaethe Weingarten, Ph.D.Kaethe

This article provides a conceptual model for thinking about what a good reflection does and illustrates how reflections can be part of any relationship, not just clinical ones.   I address how writing can serve reflection, even when the material involves traumatic material, allowing integration to take place at the time or long after. Kaethe Weingarten, PhD, an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School, directs the Witnessing Project and is currently choreographing movement witnessing events.  Watch her video abstract.

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