During the 1950s, a psychiatrist named Murray Bowen created a new intervention for those with family members suffering from schizophrenia. Two decades later, Rabbi Edwin Friedman used Bowen’s...
This book covers the basics of Family Systems Theory, identifying where congregations get stuck and how to reframe challenges and move forward.
This book equips leaders with the tools to see congregational conflict through a new perspective, a way to see the issue with a bird's eye view and respond to challenges with grace.
This leadership resource provides specific ways to navigate the emotional processes that emerge during times of challenge and change.