Selden Dunbar Illick, LCSW
Selden Dunbar Illick, LCSW, founded the Princeton Family Center based on Murray Bowen's natural systems theory and is a Trustee Emerita of the board of the Princeton Family Center for Education. She also serves on the board of the Florida Family Research Network, FFRN.
She has studied Bowen family systems theory and therapy, has been in private practice for over 40 years, and is licensed in both New Jersey and Florida where she consults with people who are interested in working to better manage themselves in their families and in the challenges of everyday life.
Ms. Illick is a frequent presenter on the application of Bowen theory and ways to think about managing one's self in family, work, and social systems. She recently contributed a chapter titled "Unresolved Emotional Attachment in a Family with Chronic Illness and Death" to Death and Chronic Illness in the Family: Bowen Family Systems Theory Perspectives.