Lisa Moss

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Course

  • 40800 Family Systems Approaches to Practice

Job Experience

  • Private Practice
  • Faculty, Center for Family Consultation
  • Field Supervision
  • Group Supervision
  • Consultation
  • Care Management

Fields of Special Interest

  • Aging
  • Bowen Family Systems Theory
  • Mental Health

Publications/Presentations

  • Kuhn, Daniel & Moss, Lisa. (2002). Preserving autonomy and selfhood in Alzheimer’s disease: A case study. Journal of Social Work in Long-Term Care. 1. 17-35.

  • “I See Triangles: 5 Years of Family of Origin Work.” Presented at Clinical Application of Bowen Family Systems Theory: Fourteenth Annual Day of Workshops, February,  2012.

  • “A Father Calls, A Son Answers: The 8 Concepts of Bowen Theory”. Presented at Clinical Application of Bowen Family Systems Theory: Fifteenth Annual Day of Workshops, February, 2013.

  • “Family of Origin Work; Understanding and Tracking Depression over Time: One Therapist’s Efforts” Presented at Center for Family Consultation’s Annual Midwest Spring Symposium, May 2014.

  • “Bowen Theory and Mindfulness” Presented at Center for Family Consultation Annual Summer Conference, July 2016.

  • “Finding the Space Between: Marital Relationships and Bowen Family Systems Theory” Presented at Clinical Application of Bowen Family Systems Theory: Nineteenth Annual Day of Workshops, February, 2017.

  • “Cultivating Self Awareness for the Practitioner Using Mindfulness and Family Systems Theory” Presented at NASW-Illinois Chapter Statewide Conference, A Meeting of the Professionals, October, 2017.