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  1. Therapeutic Maneuverability with Couples: Ethical Application of Systems Theory Ben Erwin, PhD, LMFT Stacy Gibbons, CMHCI

  2. hello! . You can find usat ben.erwin@ldschurch.org & stacygibbons@live.com We are Ben Erwin, PhD, LMFT & Stacy Gibbons, CMHCI hello! hello!

  3. What is Systems Theory? Let’s chat about it…

  4. Round and Round we go… Where we stop… Nobody Knows?

  5. Organismic systems theory presupposes six basic dimensions of living systems.

  6. CHOICE • Circularity • Holism • Organization • Information Processing • Change, Adaptation, and Growth • Ecosystem Embeddedness

  7. Circular Causality Reciprocity, Mutuality, and Fit Cyclical interconnectedness Punctuation Feedback Mechanism Attenuating Feedback Amplifying Feedback Circularity

  8. Circular Causality

  9. Functional role or behavior Law of Composition Law of Decomposition Induction, Accommodation, and Fit Systems Identity Emergent Properties Sub-mergent Properties Sibling Position Functional Symptomatic Role/Behavior Focus on Relational Operators Isomorphism Holism

  10. Functional Analysis of Behavior

  11. Dynamic Neutrality Subsystem Supra system Boundaries Variability Belief Systems Rules Roles Shred-Out Principle Organization Structure/Pattern in Process

  12. Dynamic Neutrality

  13. Process vs Content Perception, meaning-making, social construction, communication, and information flow Analogic and Digital Communication Shared Belief System Phenomenological meaning-making of social construction Feedback loops and mechanism Amplifying and attenuating feedback Hunting Behavior Information Processing

  14. Process Versus Content

  15. First order vs. Second order change Homeostasis Homeogenesis Morphostasis Morphogenesis Equipotentiality Equifinality Calibration Precision Hunting Behavior The Solution is the Problem Change, Growth, Adaptation

  16. Second Order Change

  17. What does this look like?