Family Systems Theory
This paper contrasts and develops two theories of Family Systems therapy, including Bowenian family therapy developed by Murray Bowen and the Client-Centered therapy created by Carl Rogers.
Important People and events in world history
This paper discusses why following five historical
events or characters are of such critical importance in world history:
World War 1,
The rise of communism
Life cycle of the stars
This paper looks at stars and their characteristics, their lifecycle of birth, changes, and death, their luminosity, mass, surface temperature, size, and color, the formation of supernovas, white dwarfs, black dwarfs, red giants and black holes. It defines the different types of electromagnetic radiation.
FAMILY SYSTEMS THEORY.
Discusses Murray Bowen's groundbreaking family systems theory & concepts. Bowen's discoveries as a psychiatrist that led to the deelopment of his theory. Treating the client as a system (a family) rather than as an individual in isolation. Emotional process that drives individual behavior & concept of differentiation of the self. Therapy & interpersonal conflicts. Therapeutic application of the theory.
Examines dying stars, causes, effects, theories, example (SNV 1987A).
Nuclear Energy in the 21st Century
Discusses the future of nuclear energy in Europe. Need to expand nuclear energy use by capitalizing upon new developments in nuclear fusion technology. Identifies future developments. Concludes it is unlikely that solar energy will be sufficient to replace nuclear energy and drive the much need economic growth.
This paper provides a general overview of the importance of the sun and its many benefits. A brief description of the nature of the sun is provided in the introductory remarks. Following the review of literature pertinent to the sun’s importance and many benefits, conclusions are formulated.
Examines depression from the family-systems perspective. Contends that a depressed individual must be viewed in context of the family unit according to family therapy theory. Dynamics of interactions within family structure. Murray Bowen's view of self-differentiation. Family pathology and experience. Role of selt-esteem in depression.