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Counseling and Therapy in Video is an online collection of video available for the study of social work, psychotherapy, psychology, and psychiatric counseling. Click on the link to the database, and in the left column, browse videos by selecting from the topics, video types or themes, or enter a search term in the upper right corner of the screen.

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Brief counseling : a skills approach living with physical challenge /
RC480.55.L58 1999
Streaming Rights = NO
The skills of brief counseling are presented within the structure of microcounseling's five-stage interview structure. John Littrell demonstrates how listening skills, concreteness, and the search for positive assets and strengths are important parts of the solution-oriented approach. Particularly touching in this video is Daisy Roman's determination to take action toward more rights for the physically challenged. Clear titles and subtitles identify the skills and strategies employed by the counselor.
Brief counseling with children and adolescents
LB1027.5.L581 2000
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"This videotape for school counselors explores how eight defining characteristics of brief counseling can find expression in professional practice...In summary, this videotape is for the dedicated practitioner who desires shorter-term models of counseling and believes that counseling can be fun, interesting, and exciting."
Brief solution oriented therapy
RC488.5.B75
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Sponsored by the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors, Bill O'Hanlon discusses and demonstrates a psychotherapy counseling which focuses on quickly resolving the issues that clients bring to therapy.
Carl Rogers conducts an encounter group
RC488.C37 2000
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While presenting actual footage of group interaction, Rogers discusses factors he considers most important in facilitating group counseling, the levels on which the group should operate, and the importance of honest expression and feedback by group members and facilitators. Video is divided into 2 parts.
Cognitive-affective behavior therapy
RC466.A4 1994 Pt.3
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This session will view attempts to capture the cognitive affective behavior theoretical approach and clinical style in as close to real circumstances as possible.
Counseling children a microskills approach /
RJ504.I95 1999
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Teasing and the five-stage interview -- Young children and friendship issues -- Positive asset search -- Family tree -- Community genogram -- Restorying dreams.
Series of video demonstrations on basics in counseling children, focusing on typical issues children bring to counseling.
Couples therapy
RC488.5.C68
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Sponsored by the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors, Monica McGoldrick discusses and demonstrates her approach to counseling couples.
Dealing with family of origin issues
RC488.5.D43 1990z
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Lecture by Dr. James Framo discussing intergenerational family therapy and family of origin therapy ; Dr. Framo's counseling technique is demonstrated using a couple from his private practice.
Demonstrations with couples in counseling. Using assessment and counseling with a couple facing divorce /
HQ834.C375
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Don Dinkmeyer and Jon Carlson discuss and demonstrate their approach to counseling couples.
Family systems perspective
RC466.A5 2007 pt.8
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Florence W. Kaslow conducts a mock therapy session that illustrates the use of individual therapy and how the attitudes and behaviors of an individual influence and impact on other family members.
Going home : teens reentering society. Part 1, from the inside
HV9069.F76 2008
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Part 1 of a two-part series, Going home: teens reentering society. "This program illustrates the challenges that often await young offenders following incarceration and shows teen inmates preparing to face the corporate world, their families, and themselves. Overcoming illiteracy, building marketable work skills, and becoming familiar with employment counseling and job search techniques are some of the subjects explored. The emotional side of leaving prison-including homecomings with elated parents and siblings and the counseling that often accompanies those reunions-is also illustrated in depth"--Container.
Group procedures
HV1451.G76 1998
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Drs. Myers, Waters, and Sweeney discuss group counseling with older persons, illustrated by excerpts from group sessions.
Helping relationships
HV1461.H456 1988
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Learn the special insights that are necessary for helping older persons and how you can use these insights effectively with this population.
Hepatitis C
RC848.H425H47 2002
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Presents the epidemiology, transmission, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of hepatitis C, with an emphasis on the role of the nurse in patient care, education, and counseling. Also discusses psychosocial aspects of the disease and the future outlook for treatment.
Hidden wounds
RC552.P67H53 2006
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t's estimated that one in six of the troops returning from the current war in Iraq will suffer some form of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD.) Hidden Wounds explores this painful reality through the stories of three New England veterans and their struggles to overcome the trauma of their experiences. Three very different men who, in spite of their differences, all came home with post-traumatic stress disorder: Nate Fick, Dartmouth grad, Marine and the author of "One Bullet Away". Russell Anderson, a reservist who volunteered to go to Iraq, and returned depressed and too proud to seek counseling. Jeff Lucey, a Marine reservist who took to drink and eventually committed suicide at age 23 on his return home.
Holistic approach to stoma care, A
RD540.H65 2007
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(Producer) Because an ostomy alters a person's body in function and appearance, psychological issues have an impact on accepting and caring for a stoma following a colostomy, ileostomy, or urostomy. Covers skin care, diet, and sexual function. Stresses open communication, sensitivity to patient care, and pre- and post-operative counseling
Hot monogamy
RC488.5.H67
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Sponsored by the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors, Pat Love discusses stages of a primary love relationship and demonstrates her theories in a therapy session.
House divided structural therapy with a black family, A
RC488.5.H66 1990
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A videotaped counseling session with a black family addressing the important family issues and problems while presenting an approach to structural therapy.
House divided structural therapy with a black family, A
RC488.5.H66 2000
Streaming Rights = YES
A videotaped counseling session with a black family addressing the important family issues and problems while presenting an approach to structural therapy.
Inter-generational gender-focused therapy
RC488.5.N36 1993
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Description and sample session of a marital therapy method which focuses primarily on exposing the pain caused by the historical inequality of women and men and the increasingly prevalent pattern of fathers being uninvolved or only marginally involved in the family unit.
La Cosmovision de Latios/as en la Consejeria Latino Worldviews in counseling
BF637.C6C67 2006
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Dr. Virginia Quinonez and Dr. Carlos Pozzi use two scenarios, the cases of David and Sonya, to demonstrate situations that may occur in families of Latino origin living in the United States. Further, these cases can be applied to the training of counselors in Spanish-speaking countries.
Multicultural counseling issues of ethnic diversity /
BF637.C6M83 1992
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Provides a stimulus for counselors to increase their awareness, understanding, and skills in multicultural issues in counseling.
Multicultural counseling. II issues of diversity /
BF637.C6M832 1994
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Broadens the definition of multicultural counseling to include such issues as gender identity, religious identity, language and culture, and disabilities in the counseling interaction. Presents multicultural counseling, not as a specialty area, but as a basic competency needed by all counselors.
Multimodal therapy
RC466.A4 1994 Pt.1
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Arnold A. Lazarus conducts a mock therapy session while stressing the importance of identifying a client's significant behaviors, affective responses, sensory reactions, images, cognitions, interpersonal relationships, and assessing the need for drugs. Once these are identified treatment can begin.
Narrative therapy using a reflecting team
RC488.5.W5 1993
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Description and sample session of a marital therapy method which seeks to break interactional patterns which hamper a couple's relationship and replacing them with healthier patterns of communication. Emphasis is placed on having the couple describe and evaluate their problems in a search for their own solutions.
Object relations couple therapy /
HQ834.O23
Streaming Rights = NO
Sponsored by the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors, David and Jill Scharff present the basic concepts relevant to the application of object relations theory to counseling work with couples. Includes an actual couple interview, followed by a discussion of the process that took place during the interview and how it relates to the theoretical basis of this kind of psychotherapy.
On the outside social challenges for teens reentering society /
HV9069.F76 2008
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Part 2 of a two-part series. "This program focuses on the payoffs that come from educational and counseling services for those behind bars. A lively peer-to-peer class setting is featured, while the process of court-ordered drug-testing is illustrated in detail by a visit to an ex-offender's home, highlighting a central concern of many young people trying to find meaning and success on the outside. a wealth of insight is also provided on the advantages gained from structured vocational and recreational program"--Container.
Process experiential psychotherapy
RC466.A5 2007 pt.9
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Leslie S. Greenberg conducts a mock therapy session relying on the use of process experiential psychotherapy, an approach that relies on the provision of a genuine and empathic relationship between the therapist and client.
Process experiential psychotherapy
RC466.A4 1994 Pt.9
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Leslie S. Greenberg conducts a mock therapy session relying on the use of process experiential psychotherapy, an approach that relies on the provision of a genuine and empathic relationship between the therapist and client.
Short-term dynamic therapy
RC466.A5 2007 pt.12
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Donald K. Freedheim conducts a mock therapy session utilizing short-term dynamic therapy (STDT). The purpose of STDT is to help the patient acquire insight into the role of life events and ongoing experiences that contribute to the presenting problems.
Solution focused brief therapy
RC488.5.B47 1993
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Description and sample session of a marital therapy method which focuses on the development of solutions to problems rather than on the causes of those problems.
Three approaches to psychotherapy.
RC481.T4 2000
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pt.1. Carl Rogers (48 min.) -- pt.2. Frederick Perls (32 min.) -- pt.3. Albert Ellis (36 min.).
Demonstrates client-centered counseling therpay as practiced by Carl Rogers, gestalt therapy as practiced by Frederick Perls, and rational-emotive therapy as practiced by Albert Ellis. Part 3 includes an evaluation by the patient, Gloria, of her therapy.
Tres madres structural therapy with an Anglo/Hispanic family /
RC488.5.A5 1990
Streaming Rights = YES
A videotaped counseling session with an Anglo/Hispanic family addressing the important family issues and problems while presenting an approach to structural therapy.
Tres madres structural therapy with an Anglo/Hispanic family /
RC488.5.T74 2000
Streaming Rights = YES
A counseling session with an Anglo/Hispanic family addressing important family issues and problems while presenting an approach to structural therapy.
Understanding group psychotherapy
RC488.U5 1990
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v. 1. Outpatient group (2 pt.) (111 min.) ; instructor's/practitioner's manual.
Designed to educate therapists working in a group counseling setting, these tapes present vignettes of both outpatient and inpatient groups, as well as commentary by Dr. Yalom on the meaning of the sessions.
Working with hostile and resistant teens
HV1431.W67
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1. Working with hostile teens (45 min.) -- 2. Working with resistant teens (46 min.).
Counselor Steve Campbell role plays with at risk kids, most of whom are acting out their own personal histories. Campbell provides an analysis of each encounter, demonstrating how the "game triangle" works, how to avoid getting sucked into it, and how to get beyond it into the real problems.