Family Systems II– Becoming More Clearly Self-Defined
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Family Systems II– Becoming More Clearly Self-Defined

Gain more understanding on how family systems can become more self-defined with Ken Shuman, DMin.

Family systems are complex and there are many layers to them. In order to help a family system become more clearly self-defined and increase emotional health, we must understand boundaries and develop guiding principles. Knowing how different aspects of a family system interconnect creates the opportunity for healthy development for both the individuals and system as a whole.

Speaker: Ken Shuman, DMin, Associate Professor of Pastoral Leadership, Houston Graduate School of Theology, Executive Director, Faith Walking

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