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Faculty Case Conference: A Multiproblem Family in a Social Service Agency
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Presenter: Roberta B. Holt, DSW

This clinical case report is based on a presentation at a Faculty Case Conference in November 1994. Identifying data including the family surname have been altered to ensure confidentiality. This case was presented to summarize emotional processes within a family and stimulate thinking about the ongoing course of the consultation. The presentation was selected as an example of the applicability of Bowen theory to a poor family with multiple problems. Bowen theory is grounded in biology and applies to all humanity. In spite of its inclusiveness it has been overlooked and underutilized as relevant in thinking about the most intense human problems that come to the attention of public social service agencies.

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