A fourth voice, Katie, joins our conversation on family relationships. Specifically family systems theory and internal family systems theory. Katie, M.Div., M.S.W., has served as the Director of Children and Youth Ministries at Fourth Presbyterian Church in South Boston since 2013. Prior to serving at Fourth, she worked as a community organizer with the Greater Boston Interfaith Organzation (GBIO). Katie received her M.Div. and M.S.W. from Boston University, and was inspired to pursue the dual degrees out of her summers working with Appalachia Service Project, a nonprofit that strives to eradicate substandard housing in Central Appalachia. Katie helps the team discuss family relationships. We close out this weeks episode with a round of Jesus Juke.
Family Relationships Conversation (00:18)
Jesus Juke Segment (42:42)
The Bowen Center for the Study of the Family (organization)
- Differentiation of Self
- Nuclear Family Emotional System
- Family Projection Process
- Multigenerational Transmission Process
- Emotional Cutoff
- Sibling Position
- Societal Emotional Process
Internal Family Systems Outline (from Center for Self Leadership)
David Émile Durkheim (French sociologist, social psychologist and philosopher)
The first appearance of our Jesus Juke segment was from Irenicast episode Reconciling Scripture with Science – EVILution – 003
Thank you Katie for joining our conversation this week and providing your insight and expertise.
Thank you to Mike Golin for our intro and outro music. Check out his band Soulwise.
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