Judith Jordan and Maureen Walker on Relational-Cultural Theory

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6-part video series via http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCFC0A8F7B5CAA7A0&feature=plcp


'In this Roundtable discussion, the faculty of the Jean Baker Miller Training Institute (JBMTI), Amy Banks, M.D., director of advanced training; Judith V. Jordan, Ph.D., director; and Maureen Walker, Ph.D., director of program development, talk about the formation of JBMTI and Relational-Cultural Theory (RCT). The discussion focuses on the negative power of isolation, how power systems can affect our health, how being part of a healthy community can help you grow, and the notion of fear in our culture." (http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCFC0A8F7B5CAA7A0&feature=plcp)


  1. Part 1: Founding of Relational-Cultural Theory
  2. Part 2: Discovering the Brain Connection
  3. Part 3: Celebrating the Power of Connection
  4. Part 4: Thinking Collectively
  5. Part 5: The Power of Wisdom in Connection
  6. Part 6: Transforming Fear to Hope