The effort to archive Dr. Bowen’s work dates back to 1984—long before his death in 1990—when a collection of recordings of early clinical interviews was moved to the National Library of Medicine. Read about the progress made since then and the work still to be done.
There are multiple aspects to this project, from the collections at The National Library of Medicine and in Williamsburg, to Oral History Interviews, to plans to promote and support scholarship using the archives, to the continuing work on this website. Learn more.
Interviews of people who worked with Dr. Bowen provide unique insights into Dr. Bowen’s thinking and relationships. Listen to and/or read these interviews. Check back often for new postings.