Re: Family systems theory, healing, and a film about dysfunctional mother/daughter relationships
From: Barbara Nevens (
Date: Tue, 9 Aug 2016 08:16:30 -0700 (PDT)
Ron,  I'm not on your approved list for mail sent to you. Just sent a request 
when my message to you bounced. 

Is there room for one person this morning?  If so, I would like to attend. 

Thank you,

Barbara Nevens

> On Aug 9, 2016, at 6:29 AM, Ron Arons <reaxprs [at]> wrote:
> Gayle Kirshenbaum and I will have a session tomorrow (Wednesday) at 4:30 PM 
> (in room Cedar B) titled, Understanding Our Families, Understanding 
> Ourselves, and Healing. During that session, I will spend about thirty 
> minutes explaining Family Systems Theory, a branch of family therapy theory 
> used by social workers, marriage and family therapists, and psychotherapists 
> and geneograms, an alternative way to create family trees that also describe 
> emotional relationships among various family members. Both family systems 
> theory and genograms are quite complementary to genealogical research. Gayle 
> will spend the next thirty minutes discussing dysfunctional relationships 
> between family members and tools to help heal the wounds caused by such 
> relationships.
> In conjunction with this session, Gayle and I will have two viewings of Look 
> at Us Now, Mother!, Gayle's award winning documentary about her dysfunctional 
> relationship with her mother. For more info about the film, see: 
> The film will be shown in my room 
> (Room 956, in the Union Street (south) tower at the following times:
> - today (Tuesday) at 10:30 AM
> - Thursday at 10:30 AM 
> Seating is LIMITED!  If you are interested in attending, please send me an 
> email (reaxprs [at] to reserve a space.
> Hope you'll attend either our conference session on Wednesday or one of the 
> two viewings of Gayle's documentary.
> Ron Arons
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