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In this episode, based on the book "We Were the Mulvaneys" by Joyce Carol Oates, Gabrielle Crichlow takes us on a journey through Bowenian Family Therapy. Originally produced as a project for her Marriage and Family Counseling course during graduate school, Gabrielle showcases her talent by voicing all the characters in this episode.

The episode delves into a fictional couple's therapy session between Michael and Corinne Mulvaney, with Gabrielle Crichlow taking on the role of the therapist. The session centers around Dr. Murray Bowen's family systems theory, which emphasizes the idea that individuals are part of a larger system, such as a family.

Corinne expresses her unhappiness with Michael's behavior following their daughter, Mary Anne's, traumatic experience of being raped. She holds him responsible for the destruction of their family. Michael, on the other hand, becomes defensive and places blame on Mary Anne. As the therapist, Gabrielle tries to understand their perspectives and encourages them to consider the possibility of change.

Towards the end of the session, Gabrielle explains Dr. Bowen's model, which includes these four concepts: marital conflict, dysfunction in one spouse, impairment of children, and emotional distance. Gabrielle emphasizes the importance of assessing the systems individuals are part of, rather than solely focusing on the individual themselves.

This episode provides profound insights into the intricate dynamics of a troubled family. It highlights the significance of understanding family systems in therapy and emphasizes the potential for transformation within relationships.

Please note that the therapy session depicted in this episode is somewhat taken out of context from the book.

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In this episode, based on the book "We Were the Mulvaneys" by Joyce Carol Oates, Gabrielle Crichlow takes us on a journey through Bowenian Family Therapy. Originally produced as a project for her Marriage and Family Counseling course during graduate school, Gabrielle showcases her talent by voicing all the characters in this episode. The episode delves into a fictional couple's therapy session between Michael and Corinne Mulvaney, with Gabrielle Crichlow taking on the role of the therapist. The session centers around Dr. Murray Bowen's family systems theory, which emphasizes the idea that individuals are part of a larger system, such as a family. Corinne expresses her unhappiness with Michael's behavior following their daughter, Mary Anne's, traumatic experience of being raped. She holds him responsible for the destruction of their family. Michael, on the other hand, becomes defensive and places blame on Mary Anne. As the therapist, Gabrielle tries to understand their perspectives and encourages them to consider the possibility of change. Towards the end of the session, Gabrielle explains Dr. Bowen's model, which includes these four concepts: marital conflict, dysfunction in one spouse, impairment of children, and emotional distance. Gabrielle emphasizes the importance of assessing the systems individuals are part of, rather than solely focusing on the individual themselves. This episode provides profound insights into the intricate dynamics of a troubled family. It highlights the significance of understanding family systems in therapy and emphasizes the potential for transformation within relationships. Please note that the therapy session depicted in this episode is somewhat taken out of context from the book. Original video created at http://goanimate.com/ Purchase the book, "We Were the Mulvaneys," on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Were-Mu... Watch the project on YouTube: https://youtu.be/0v0s2_WvNro ********************************** Follow A Step Ahead Tutoring Services: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/astep... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aste... Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ASATS2... YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@astepaheadtutoringservices Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@asats2013 Eventbrite: https://astepaheadtutoringserv... Visit our website: https://www.astepaheadtutoring... Sign up for our tutoring email list: https://squareup.com/outreach/... Check out our entire "Hot Topics!" podcast: https://www.astepaheadtutoring... Support us: Cash App: https://cash.app/$ASATS2013 PayPal: https://paypal.me/ASATS2013 Venmo: https://venmo.com/u/ASATS2013 Zelle: success@astepaheadtutoringservices.com Original date recorded: May 15, 2013 leggi di più leggi meno

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