9:00-10:00 Anne S. McKnight, Keynote Address: "Death in the Family"
10:45-11:30 Katie Long, "Pastoral Care at the Time of Death"
12:00-12:30 -- Lunch
12:30-1:30 Murray Bowen DVD
2:00-2:45 Victoria Harrison, "Death and Differentiation of Self"
3:00-3:45 Katie Long, "Death and the Congregation"
Anne S. McKnight, LCSW, EdD
Anne S. McKnight, LCSW, Ed. D., has been director of the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family in Washington, D.C., since January 1, 2011, and a member of the faculty there since 1992. In her private practice as a family therapist, she has consulted with many families who have faced the death of a loved one. Her interest in the impact of death on a family will be illustrated through video interviews with family members who have been affected by a significant death. Read more.
Victoria Harrison, MA, trained in the Postgraduate Program in Family Systems Theory and Psychotherapy at Georgetown University Family Center from l975 to 1979, following graduation from Rice University in Houston, Texas and graduate school at Antioch University in Baltimore, Maryland.
She included the study of biofeedback and physiology with a clinical and research focus on women's health and reproduction. She served on the Georgetown Family Center's clinical staff from 1978 to 1991. Read more.
Rev. Dr. Katie Long
Katie loves being a pastor, especially in the campus setting. One of her favorite parts of ministry is helping people listen for God's calling in their lives. She loves scripture and is interested in ancient traditions of worship, prayer and discipleship. She has done extensive study in Bowen family systems theory, which helps people understand themselves in the context of their family backgrounds. Read more.