Faculty Works: Priscilla Friesen
“Neurofeedback and the Developing Child” Family Systems, Volume 4:2, Washington, DC 1997.
“Emotional Cutoff and the Brain” Chapter in Emotional Cutoff: A Bowen Family Systems Perspective. Ed. Peter Titelman. Haworth Press: New York, 2003.
“Interview with Priscilla Friesen” in The Family Psychologist, Fall, 2003, Published by the American Psychological Association.
“A Systems View of the Training Program at the Bowen Center: Guiding Principles (1990-2003),” Bringing Systems Thinking to Life. Ed. Bregman and White 2011
"Oral History Interview: Priscilla Friesen" on Murray Bowen Archives, 2014.
“Differentiation of Self and Neurofeedback: Integrating Top Down/Bottom Up” Chapter in Differentiation of Self. Ed. Peter Titelman. Haworth Press: New York, 2015.
Blogs by Priscilla Friesen
Why Is Neurofeedback a Centerpiece of Navigating Systems?
Aging Parents and Working with My Stepsiblings
Totality of an Emotional Eclipse
Moving towards Aging and Dying
Can Changing the Past Change the Present?
Videos with Priscilla Friesen
What Does Bowen Theory Add to Family Business? - Priscilla Friesen
Interview of Priscilla Friesen on Neurofeedback
Optimal Aging and Family Relationships
Parents' Concern about Children
Life Events in the Family
Priscilla Friesen at WPFC Addressing Chronic
Priscilla Friesen: Emergent Variability in Neurofeedback, Anxiety, and Bowen Theory