The Bowen Theory Education Center
is proud to sponsor: 

On September 27, 2019, we will have Andrea Maloney-Schara as the speaker for our 9th Annual Symposium, titled: A Better Life. Andrea began her relationship with Dr. Murray Bowen in 1976 and trained in his Program in Family Systems before becoming his personal videographer and traveling around the USA with him until his death in 1990. She coaches Bowen Theory Clients in Darien, CT and Washington, DC.

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About this Ninth Annual Symposium:

 This ninth annual symposium is intended to broaden the community's awareness of Bowen Theory and provide practical knowledge to people working in health care, social work, clergy, business, community organizations, and anyone interested in "A Better Life". 

The symposium also launches an eight month training program in Bowen Theory. This postgraduate and professional training program provides an in depth study of Bowen Theory, the study of natural systems, and the family. Through collaboration with the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's Continuing Education Department, credit is offered to attendees for the symposium and the training program for additional fees.
    When?

          Friday, September 27, 2019 - 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM 

    Where?

         The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
         University Center - Raccoon Mountain Room

    How Much?

        Early Bird: Only $89 until August 16, 2019
        
        Qualifying students may register for only $65 with valid student ID.

        Participants wishing to acquire UTC CEU Credits may indicate their preference when registering. You must also click the link below to register with UTC and pay their additional $25.00 fee. The deadline to request CEUs and pay UTC their fee is September 13, 2019.


        Students wishing to acquire ANCC CEU Credits may indicate their
        preference when registering, at no additional cost. There is no 
        deadline for requesting ANCC CEU credits.

        CEU's are available for MSW's.
        This is supported by NASW for 6 Contact Hours.