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Acceptance and commitment therapy
RC489.A32A3 2009
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The goal of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) is to increase psychological flexibility, or the ability to enter the present moment more fully and either change or persist in behavior when doing so serves valued ends. Therapists and clients work to establish psychological flexibility through six core ACT processes, invcluding acceptance, the opposite of experiential avoidance; cognitive defusion, in which negative thoughts are observed mindfully instead of avoided or reasoned away; chosen values; and committed action. -- apa.org
ADHD in adults
RJ506.H9A334 1994
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This videotape contains interviews with adults who suffer from the disorder and describes symptoms. Russell Barkley details his new theory of ADHD, which explains why these adults have difficulty making adjustments in their lives.
Adjustment disorders adults and adolescents /
RC455.4.S87A3
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Group of three patients with depression, anxiety, and withdrawal-- Adolescent with depression and misconduct
Presents two vignettes: one, a group of patients with depression, anxiety, and withdrawal; the second, an adolescent with depression, misconduct, and suicidal ideation. Gives the viewer an introduction to the ways different patients respond to dilemmas in life and promotes discussion of observations and hypotheses. Demonstrates therapeutic techniques.
Affective disorders mania and depression /
RC516.A3
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Bipolar illness, mania I--Bipolar illness, mania II--Bipolar illness, mania III--Major depression I--Major depression II--Depression with agitation.
The first three vignettes demonstrate bipolar illness, mania; the second three demonstrate major depression.
Aging in America the years ahead.
HQ1064.U5A35 2003
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A search of what it means to have a 'good old age' Julie Winokur and photographer Ed Kashi traveled across the country and collected scores of personal histories in order to show different aspects of aging in America.
Albert Ellis: rational emotive psychotherapy /
RC489.R3A434 2000
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All of our lives
HQ1064.U5A44
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Examines the plight of aging women, many of whom must face their later years stranded without a pension and financially insecure.
Alzheimer disease the patient's perspective /
RC523.A375 2005
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An extraordinary and rare glimpse into a world, where, for brief moments, Shana realizes the devastation of her illness. She remembers her world as it was and acknowledges the perils she now faces. She vividly describes her confusion; her frustration at the loss of independence; and her growing fears of forgetfulness. Commentary by Dr. Rabins, staff working on an Alzheimer unit and her husband who reminds us, even with the disease, she’s still Shana. An excellent tool to develop empathy and care strategies.
Alzheimer's disease-- a wilderness explored
RC523.A50 1994
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Alzheimer's disease, waves of stone.
RC523.A493 1996
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In this video, doctors and mental health professionals discuss the Alzheimer's disease history, progression, and most current research and offer strategies for copyng with day-to-day life--Container.
Alzheimer's disease...let's talk about it
RC523.A53 1992
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Various treatment plans plus ways to deal and cope with people who have this disease are discussed.
Alzheimer's story: a documentary by Ken P. Rosenberg, Ruth Neuwald, An
RC523.A49
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Shows an elderly husband's day-to-day coping with the progessive degeneration of his wife. Eventually the husband and daughter make the painful decision to place her in a nursing home. The toll Alzheimer's disease takes on the immediate family is underscored.
Anatomy of psychotherapy, The: viewer's guide to the APA psychotherapy videotape series
RC466.A4 1994 guide
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Angry couple conflict-focused treatment with Dr. Susan Heitler, The
RC488.5.A53 1995
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Dramatically recreates key moments in the six-month course of therapy with a distressed married couple in their early 30's who are locked in a seemingly irreconcilable conflict. Dr. Heitler demonstrates her highly original approach for helping couples quickly cut through impasses that prolong their conflict and obscure the fundamental issues.
Asperger syndrome living outside the bell curve /
RC553.A88A8 2001
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"In recent years schools have seen a marked increase of diagnoses of Asperger Syndrome. This video looks at Asperger students in general and focuses in on 12-year-old Andrew. Includes an in-depth interview with Dr. Tina Iyama, M.D., University of Wisconsin Children's Hospital. Iyama explains the causes of, symptoms of, and strategies for coping with Asperger Syndrome. Andrew shows that with appropriate supports it's possible to flourish outside the accepted social and educational bell curve"--Container.
Assessing alcohol problems using motivational interviewing
RC565.A735 2008
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Demonstration of and dicussion on cognitive-behavioral motivational interviewing techniques for assessing a patient's alcohol use. Motivational interviewing is a client-centered, directive method for eliciting intrinsic motivation to change by exploring and resolving a person's amvivalence to change using open-ended questions, reflective listening, and decisional balancing. This nonjudgmental, nonconfrontational interviewing style is designed to minimize a patient's resistance. The goal is to construct an interaction with patients so they feel comfortable discussing their risky or problem behavior.
Assessment skills and measurements
RJ50.A87 1994
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Discusses specific factors which will aid in establishing a non-threatening atmosphere for parent and child during the initial head-to-toe assessment.
Asylum /
RC569.5.V55A79 1994
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This film takes place at Patton State Hospital, a maximum security facility for the criminally insane.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder what do we know? /
RJ506.H9A78 1992
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Describes the characteristics of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), which is a biological problem involving an underactivity in those centers of the brain responsible for sustaining motivation and effort over time. Discusses the differing degrees and the prevalence of this condition, as well as problems associated with it.
Autism a world apart /
RJ506.A9A92 1989
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Looks at three families with children with autism ranging in age from six to twenty-six. Parents and siblings discuss the heartaches, strains, and rewards of living with autism.
Autism and applied behavioral analysis
RJ506.A9A87 2004
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Research has shown that some children with autism who are enrolled in a curriculum of applied behavioral analysis at a young enough age can be mainstreamed right into the public school system. This ABC News program profiles two children with autism who receive this intensive and, to some, controversial form of therapy.
Awakenings
PN1997.A935 1991
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Based on a true story as related by neurologist Oliver Sacks, Awakenings stars Robin Williams as the Sacks counterpart, here named Dr. Malcolm Sayer. Something of a klutz and naif, Dr. Sayer takes a job at a Bronx psychiatric hospital in 1969. Here he's put in charge of several seemingly catatonic patients who, under Sayer's painstaking guidance, begin responding to certain stimulati. Apprised of the efficacy of a new drug called L-DOPA in treating degenerative-disease victims, Sayer is given permission to test the drug on one of his patients: Leonard Lowe (Robert De Niro), who has not communicated with anyone since lapsing into catatonia as a child. Gradually, Lowe comes out of his shell, encouraging Sayers to administer L-DOPA to the other patients under his care.
Back from madness the struggle for sanity /
RC512.B34 1996
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Provides a view of the world of insanity. Follows four psychiatric patients for one to two years, from the time they arrive at Harvard's Massachusetts General Hospital, and contextualizing their present day treatments with rare archival footage demonstrating how their conditions were treated in the past.
Bi-polar disorder in children
RJ506.D4B57 2005
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Birth order and its effects /
BF723.B5B577 1997
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Family birth order tends to shape personalities throughout the developing years and into adulthood. This program looks at the only child, first born, middle, and youngest child and gives insight into their behaviors and attitudes.
Bowenian family therapy
RC488.5.B675 2010
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Guerin's approach -- Family therapy session -- Group discussion.
This video is one in a series portraying the leading theories of family therapy and their applications. Bowenian therapy, also known as family-of-origin therapy, looks at how previous generations influence the present family functioning. In this video, Dr. Guerin works to help family members link cognitive processes to emotional responses.
Boy who can't stop fighting, The
RJ506.A35B69 2001
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Pioneering therapist and master teacher Jay Haley supervises live training of therapists as they deal with a boy who has gone from therapist to therapist about his problem with violence.
Brain attack advances in treatment /
RC388.5.B73 2000
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[1.] Ischemic stroke: emergent treatment -- [2.] Ischemic stroke: acute care and rehabilitation -- [3.] Hemorrhagic stroke: treatment approaches.
Brain, mind, and behavior : Madness /
RC514.B72
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Portraits of schizophrenics and their families are used to underscore how much brain researchers now know and what they have yet to accomplish.
Breaking the silence /
HV6626.2.D6 1993 pt.2
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Brief counseling : a skills approach living with physical challenge /
RC480.55.L58 1999
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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 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.
Brief strategic therapy with couples
RC488.5.B754 2001
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Pioneering therapist and master teacher Jay Haley supervises the live training of therapists using techniques with marriages in distress.
But names can hurt forever : a study of emotional abuse, or "psychological maltreatment" /
RC569.5.P75B87 1997
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This program lets the viewer see, hear, and understand the devastating effects of emotional abuse. With commentary by Bob "Captain Kangaroo" Keeshan, Dr. James Garbarino, and Dr. Stuart Hart.
Calming the tempest helping the explosive child.
BF723.A4C35 2004
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Awareness and overview for teaching children and teenagers coping skills for dealing with anger and frustration.
Can you see my pain?
RC569.5.S48C36 2000
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A documentary exploring the behaviors, causes and treatment strategies surrounding self-injury. Recomended for viewing by teens as well as the adults who work with and care about them. Viewer discretion is advised.
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.
Challenging therapeutic interactions
RC480.C43 1997
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Presents three unrehearsed role-play scenarios representing situtations which are often difficult or anxiety-rousing for beginning counselors.
Changing a violent family
RC488.5.C43 2000
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Illustrates how to solve problems of violence between parents and children and children against each other, in a family involved with multiple court-ordered helpers. Shows how a single family therapist can provide effective therapy and keep the family together.
Changing men unlearning the behaviors of domestic violence /
RC569.5.F3C46 2008
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Features David Nugent, who was once a violent and abusive person himself, and today runs a community-based behavior change group in Australia called Heavy M.E.T.A.L.: Men's Education Toward Anger & Life. Follows three men, husbands and fathers with dangerous antisocial behavioral issues and problems with self-control, as they struggle to stop committing emotional and physical violence aganist their families. Explores the power trips and pathology of domestic violence and asks if voluntary programs and group therapy sessions can help these men change their violent behaviors.
Child abuse
HV6626.5.C34 2008
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Pt. 1. Physical Abuse -- pt. 2. Child Abuse -- pt. 3. Sexual Abuse.
Child-centered play therapy : a clinical session /
RJ505.P6C45 1997
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This complete and unrehearsed play therapy session semonstrates the process of building a relationship with a child, following the child's lead, facilitating the development of children's strengths, responding to accidents inthe playroom, builing a child's self-esteem, returning responsibility to the child, participation in a child's play without structuring, empowering children, and dealing with a child reluctant to leave the playroom.
Child-centered play therapy a clinical session /
RJ505.P6C45 1997
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This complete and unrehearsed play therapy session demonstrates the process of building a relationship with a child, following the child's lead, facilitating the development of children's strengths, responding to accidents in the playroom, building a child's self-esteem, returning responsibility to the child, participation in a child's play without structuring, empowering children, and dealing with a child reluctant to leave the playroom.
Childhood trauma strategies and solutions : tapping unrealized potential /
RJ506.P66C45 2002
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pt. 1. What is childhood trauma? -- pt. 2. Significant event childhood trauma -- pt. 3. The brain : effects of childhood trauma -- pt. 4. Identifying and responding to trauma : ages 0 to 5 years old -- pt. 5. Identifying and responding to trauma : ages 6 to adolescence -- pt. 6. Domestic violence and childhood trauma -- pt. 7. Trauma and healing.
Children's drawings
BF723.A7C43
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Demonstrates how children's mental development can be evaluated in quick and reliable fashion through the analysis of their figure drawings.
Chronic anxiety in the elderly /
RC531.C476 1998
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This program deals with the problem of anxiety in the elderly and the diseases associated with the problem. Interviews with sufferers of GAD, Geriatric Anxiety Disorder, provide insights into the agony of the condition. General anxiety disorders, their symptoms, and physiological manifestations are examined, including chemical imbalance, psychosocial implications, and the emotional impact on the aged brought on by radical societal changes. Caffeine, cigarettes, and alcohol are also discussed as possible instigators.
Cocaine & human physiology
RC568.C6C6274 2000
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Begins with a brief exposé of the magnitude of the cocaine abuse problem and demonstrates how this stimulant affects the body and the mind. Employs real medical pictures and testimonials from recovering addicts to present a unique and realistic portrayal of cocaine's effects on the body.
Cognitive therapy
RC489.C63C6477 2006
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Dr. Beck meets with an African American woman in her late 30s who is a single parent dealing with life-long depression. Dr. Beck helps the client begin to sort out her problems and modify her dysfunctional cognitions through Socratic questioning and other techniques--Container.
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.
Cognitive-affective behavior therapy
RC466.A5 2007 pt.3
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In this session, Dr. Goldfried works with a 31-year-old woman who is struggling with expressing her feelings and being vulnerable in the most serious relationship she has had since her divorce 8 years earlier.
Cognitive-behavior therapy
RC466.A5 2007 pt.6
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"APA Psychotherapy Training Videos are intended solely for educational purposes for mental health professionals. Viewers are expected to treat confidential material found herein according to strict professional guidelines. Unauthorized viewing is prohibited"-- APA's website.
Cognitive-behavior therapy
RC466.A4 1994 Pt.6
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Jacqueline B. Persons conducts a mock therapy session that illustrates the use of cognitive-behavior therapy, an approach that emphasizes the use of a case conceptualization to guide the therapist's use of standard cognitive-behavioral interventions.
Complaints of a dutiful daughter
RC523.C66 1994
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Chronicles the various stages of a mother's Alzheimer's disease and the evolution of a daughter's response to the illness. The desire to cure the incurable--to set right her mother's confusion and forgetfullness, to temper her mother's obsessiveness--gives way to an acceptance which is finally liberating for both daughter and mother.
Compulsory therapy a violent case.
RC488.5.C66 1999
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Therapist and master teacher Jay Haley supervises family therapy involving a case of violence. Shows Haley planning the interviews with the therapist, his directives in the live supervision, and the debriefing group discussions.
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.
Culture of emotions a cultural competence and diversity training program, The
RC455.4.E8C84 2005
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Explores the variety of ways the diverse cultures of America understand mind and body, and the disorders to which mind and body are subject. Designed to introduce cultural competence and diversity skills to mental/behavior health professionals and students. Introduces a diagnostic system (the DSM-IV "Outline for cultural formulation") for the assessment and treatment of psychiatric disorders across cultural boundaries and diagnostic categories.
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.
Depression and manic depression
RC537.D4273
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"Depression affects over 17 million Americans each year. It is estimated that only one-third receive any treatment, largely because of stigma and fear. Through an overview of medications and therapy we hear of stories of how the disease is stabilized for the individual. Mike Wallace, of 60 minutes, is featured as one who has battled with depression and talks about the shame he felt in getting help"--Container label.
Depression in older adults : the right to feel better /
RC537.5.D465 1997
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This videotape analyzes depression as it affects older persons.
Depression out of the shadows /
RC537.D47 2008
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Depression: out of the shadow (86 min.) -- Take one step: caring for depression (25 min.)
Depression: out of the Shadows tells the dramatic stories of people of different ages, from diverse backgrounds, who live with various forms of depression. Leading mental health experts highlight the latest scientific research and innovative treatments, offering greater understanding and hope for the millions of people living with this complex, but treatable, disease. -- From container.
Depression-- uses and side effects of medications
RM332.D46
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Designer drugs & human physiology crack cocaine, methamphetamine
RC568.C6D47 1989
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Traces the destructive capabilities of "crack" and "speed" on the human body. Weighs the destruction of emphysema, cerebral hemorrhage, and other ill-effects of these drugs against the fleeting moments of enjoyment. Recovering addicts warn that the harm caused by these substances is permanent.
Despair
RC537.D47 1995
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Examines the illness of depression from traditional and nontraditional perspectives, as well as from multicultural points of view, doing this through personal portraits of patients and interviews of psychiatrists, social workers, and spiritual leaders.
Diagnosis according to the DSM-IV
RC455.2.C4D52 1996
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pt. 1. Major depressive disorder ; Bipolar I disorder ; Male sexual dysfunctions (69 min.) -- pt. 2. Panic disorder ; Obsessive compulsive disorder ; Schizophrenia ; Amnestic disorder (69 min.) -- pt. 3. Antisocial personality disorder ; Substance dependence (alcohol) ; Anorexia nervosa (59 min.).
Features 10 interviews with 10 real psychiatric patients, each with a different condition. Demonstrates how to collect the information needed to make a diagnosis according to the DSM, and how to organize the information to distinguish one disorder from another. A roundtable discussion follows each interview.
Dialogues with madwomen
RC451.4.W6D5 1993
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Features seven women--including the filmmaker--describing their experiences with manic depression, multiple personalities, schizophrenia, euphoria, and recovery. Candid interviews are combined with dramatic reenactments and visualizations of each women's history, emotions, and dreams--the private symbols of madness and sanity. The social dimensions of women and mental illness are revealed in testimony about sexual assault, incest, racism and homophobia, the abuses of the medical establishment, family, and church.
DSM-IV videotaped clinical vignettes
RC455.2.C4D75 1995
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Each vignette illustrates a specific Axis I or Axis II disorder and provides information sufficient for diagnosis.
Dual diagnosis an integrated model for the treatment of people with co-occurring psychiatric and substance disorders /
RC455.2.M4M56 2000
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Dying to be thin
RC552.E18D94 2000
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The disturbing truth behind anorexia, bulimia, and America's body obsession.
Elderly suicide
HV6545.2.E42 1987
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Examines the problem of high suicide rates among post retirement males. Wha as a society, do to contribute to this problem? Interviewsivors, psychologist, audience. Deals with clues for intervention, signs of depression, guilt felt by survivors.
Ellis/Szasz debate mental illness, fact or myth?, The
RC455.E45 1977
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On October 30, 1977, in Rockville Center, New York, two internationally known authorities debated the subject of mental illness. Dr. Thomas Szasz held the position that mental illness is, by definition, a metaphor, while Dr. Albert Ellis claimed that it is a fact. They also discussed methods of treating mental illness.
Emotional healing /
HV5132.E46 1990
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pt. 1. "It was that bad" (48 min.) -- pt. 2. Finding emotional sobriety (51 min.).
Excerpts from group therapy sessions in which adult children of alcoholic and abusive parents describe the emotional damage of their childhood and learn to take control of their emotional pain in order to work toward recovery.
Ethics for the mental health professional. Parts 1-5
RC455.2.E8E84 1997
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Program is designed to teach the basics of ethical behavior for mental health counselors, social workers, clinical psychologists, psychiatric nurses, pastors, and others in the helping professions. It contains general information that can be used as an introductory learning program for beginners, or to help refine skills for advanced students or experienced counselors.
Existential therapy
RC489.E93E95 2007
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Dr. Kirk J. Schneider demonstrates his existential-integrative model of therapy. Developed by Schneider with the inspiration of Rollo May and James Bugental, existential-integrative therapy is one way to engage and coordinate a variety of intervention modes (such as the pharmacological, the behavioral, the cognitive, and the analytic) within an overarching existential or experiential context. In this session, Schneider emphasizes the experiential level of contact, which gives attention to experiencing what is "alive" both within the client and between the client and the therapist. Schneider works with a 55-year-old man who is presently disabled. The client is gay, had AIDS, and is having a hard time finding a meaningful life-direction. He feels he is being discriminated against because of his sexual orientation and illness. Schneider helps him to understand how his reactions can both keep him from transforming and potentially mobilize that very transformation. -- Publisher's descr
Eye of the storm, The
BF723.P75E9
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Award winning documentary records an innovative experiment in which a third-grade teacher divides her all-white class into "blue-eyes" and "brown-eyes," making each group superior or inferior on successive days. Demonstrates the nature and effects of bigotry by showing changes brought about in their behavior and learning patterns.
Family secrets implications for theory and therapy /
RC488.5.I42 1994
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Evan Imber-Black speaks to viewers about the varied dimensions of secrets and their implications for families.
Family systems perspective
RC466.A4 1994 Pt.8
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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.
Family therapy at a distance a case of depression.
RC489.F33F36 1999
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Therapist and master teacher Jay Haley supervises a therapist learning to deal with a depressed man working through family issues.
Family therapy over time
RC488.5.F348 2009
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Disc 1. Session 1 (ca. 1 hr., 2 min.) ; Session 2 (ca. 46 min.) -- Disc 2. Session 3 (ca. 55 min.) ; Session 4 (ca. 52 min.) -- Disc 3. Session 5 (ca. 51 min.) ; Session 6 (ca. 46 min.).
Susan H. McDaniel demonstrates her approach to working with families. Family therapy focuses on changing interactions among people so as to alleviate a client family's presenting problem ... In this series of six sessions ... Dr. McDaniel gathers information from the family to create a genogram - a diagram that depicts the family genealogical relationships and the history and quality of those relationships. In ongoing sessions, the genogram will help Dr. McDaniel and the family understand how the system of interactions in the immediate family and in the past generations may contribute to the issues they are presently working on -- Container.
Family violence building a coordinated community solution /
RC569.5.F3F35 1997
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Addresses the issue of family violence and how to achieve collaboration between physicians and local healthcare providers in an effort to recognize and deal with the problem.
Filial play therapy
RJ505.P6F55 2009
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Rise VanFleet demonstrates the filial play therapy approach to helping parents develop their relationships with their children through nondirective play. Filial play therapy creates a safe atmosphere where children can express themselves, try new things, learn about social rules and restrictions, develop family attachments, and develop effective social skills and bonds.
Formal reasoning patterns
BF723.R4F676
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Two interviewers, Drs. Robert Kapland and Rita Peterson, work with several secondary school students who exhibit concrete or formal reasoning patterns while responding to four Piagetian tasks.
Functional family therapy
RC488.5.F85 2004
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Features a discussion with James F. Alexander on functional family therapy (FFT), a family-based prevention and intervention program that has been applied successfully in a variety of contexts to treat a range of high-risk youth and their families. Explains how this approach focuses on the strengthening relationships in the family by opening up communication and reframing negative behaviors by putting them within a positive relational context. Shows an actual family therapy session, followed by a question-and-answer exchange.
Generalized anxiety disorder
RC531.G45 2002
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This video identifies the criteria for this disorder and the manner in which anxiety can become a pervasive reality in people's lives. Examines the emerging link between depression and anxiety, and some of the limitations that can arise with individuals who struggle daily with this functional disorder. Uses dramatic vignettes and interviews with professionals and educators in the field to discuss current treatment options and the challenges that these disorders present in home, vocational and clinical environments.
Growing old in a new age
HQ1064.U5G76 1993
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v.1, Myths and realities of aging -- v.2, How the body ages -- v.3, Maximizing the physical potential of older adults -- v.4, Love, intimacy & sexuality -- v.5, Learning, memory & speed of behavior -- v. 6, Intellect, personality and mental health -- v.7, Social roles & relationships in old age -- v. 8, Family & intergenerational relationships -- v.9, Work, retirement and economic status -- v.10, Illness & disability -- v.11, Dying, death & bereavement -- v.12, Societal and political aspects of aging -- v.13, The Future of aging.
These programs look at various aspects of aging in American society of the latter 20th century. Older people share their views on each subject.
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.
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 2000
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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 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.
How many clients are in one body?
RC459.H69 2002
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Pioneering therapist and master teacher Jay Haley supervises the live training of therapists working with a woman with possible multiple personalities and or a spiritual possession.
I'd hear laughter finding solutions for the family /
RC480.55.I33 2008
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A case reconstruction demonstrating two family therapy sessions using the Solution-Focused Brief Therapy approach. Shows ways to build solutions where there are a multitude of seemingly conflicting agendas and problems in a family.
If I could breaking the vicious cycle of child abuse /
HV6626.52.I35 2006
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Documentary film about a family's effort to escape the effects of trauma after decades of abuse, abandonment, drugs, and rage. Follows the life of Tracy, a single mother fighting to keep her son from falling prey to the same problems that almost destroyed her through intervention of a program called VisionQuest.
I'm still here the truth about schizophrenia /
RC514.I5 1996x
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Strips away the ignorance and fear associated with schizophrenia, reminding us that, despite the distortions of personality and perception induced by a chemical imbalance of the brain, many of those living with this illness lead lives of extraordinary courage and accomplishment, deserving of our compassion and admiration.
Infancy beginnings of cognition and language /
BF723.C5I564 2003
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Provides the setting for understanding the process of human development during infancy.
Infancy early relationships.
BF723.P25I54 2003
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chapter 1. Trust or mistrust -- chapter 2. Differing parental responses, infant expectations & prenatal drug exposure -- chapter 3. Mutuality, attachment & promoting secure attachment -- chapter 4. Stranger anxiety & separation anxiety -- chapter 5. Child care for infants.
Infant behavior
BF723.I6I53
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The first two years of a child's life are a period of learning and adjustment for both parent and child. This program describes common infant behaviors and gives suggestions for dealing with them. Topics covered include eating habits, sleeping habits, and temper tantrums.
Integrative family therapy
RC489.E24I57 2011
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Watch integrative family therapy in action as Kenneth Hardy applies his holistic approach in a family therapy session with a single African-American mother and her teenage daughter. Hardy creates a nonjudgmental space for both mother and daughter to tell their stories, while acknowledging the compexity of the situation by bringing the broader social context into the therapy room. The discussions before and after the session provide insight into Hardy's distinctive style as he illuminates key features of the integrative approach, particularly how all behavior is best understood when considered within the context in which it is embedded.
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.
Invisible workforce
HD7255.I56 2000
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"Stigma and misconceptions about the nature of mental illness make it difficult for those affected to find meaningful employment. This videotape features a remarkably diverse group of employers, job developers, and employees with psychiatric difficulties. They tell of their experiences and offer sensitive suggestions to help others achieve success joining or rejoining the workforce"--Cover.
Jay Haley on directive therapy
RC488.5.J39 2000
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Therapist and master teacher Jay Haley lectures a training group on his approach to family therapy.
Kids and stress
BF723.S75K5 1993
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Looks at how stress affects kids. Looks at eating and sleeping disturbances, at drug and alcohol use, and at mental illness, depression, and suicide. Also offers suggestions to relieve stress in order to enable adults to help kids and to enable kids to help themselves.
Legacy of childhood trauma, The: not always who they seem /
HV6626.5.L44 1996
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Presents testimonies of four young people (roughly aged 16-24) who talk about the traumatic physical abuse they suffered during their childhoods, their experiences in foster care, and how they have come to work through the trauma. Includes interviews with mental health professionals and foster parents who discuss important factors involved in understanding and rehabilitating the victim of trauma.
Let it not be in vain : a program for the prevention of suicide and alcohol abuse /
RJ506.S9L4 1998
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"This true story of a teenager's suicide resulting from alcohol abuse is told by his family and friends. Viewers learn how to recognize the symptoms of acute alcohol intoxication and what to do when a friend exhibits these symptoms. They also learn the warning signs for suicide and how to respond to a friend who may be feeling depressed, angry, hopeless and/or helpless."
Living in a violent relationship
HV6626.2.D6 1993 pt.1
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Many faces of Marsha, The
RC569.5.M8M3
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Portrayal of a woman's treatment for multiple personal disorder.
Medicating kids
RJ506.H9M43 2001
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Frontline investigates the growing use of psychoactive drugs by children and the challenges of parenting and schooling in a world of high stress and increasing family disintegration.
Medication issues in mental health /
RM315.M445 1995
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1. Preventing adverse drug reactions (25 min.) -- 2. Understanding movement disorders (24 min.).
Tape 1 addresses the tragic and costly phenomenon of adverse drug reactions in the field of mental health treatment. Explores the various disorders that can arise from the use of psychotropic medications including neuroleptic malignant syndrome, lithium toxicity, atropinic overload, and extrapyramidal side effects. Discusses ways to identify and prevent adverse reactions through awareness, communication, assessement, and early intervention. Tape 2 describes the various involuntarymovement disorders that can occur with patients who take psychotropic medications. Explores how healthcare providers can become desensitized or commonly misinterpret movement disorders as psychiatric symptoms.
Mental illness and the older person
RC451.4.A5M463 2005
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(Producer) Provides an overview of mental illness and related behaviours often observed in the elderly. These include Alzheimer disease, depression, confusion, delirium, anxiety, and paranoia.
Mental illness in the family /
RC514.M45 1997
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"Bonnie had her first psychotic break when she was 16. Now 27, she and her family talk together about the illness as it hit them then, and about living with it since. They discuss the tensions and emotions they felt, including their helplessness and guilt. Her parents and sister wonder if it was something they did. Bonnie describes her own emotions, including her paranoia and her feelings of guilt when she felt she was destroying her parents' marriage."--Container. Program in a set of three on a young woman's recovery from paranoid schizophrenia.
Mind of a murderer, The
KF224.B37M5 1997
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pt.1 The case of the Hillside Strangler -- pt.2 The mask of madness.
Documents the Los Angeles trial of Kenneth Bianchi, commonly known as the Hillside Strangler, through still photographs, news footage, courtroom action, and interviews with those involved in the case. Focuses on psychiatric evidence concerning Bianchi's sanity.
Monsters in the closet : childhood fears & anxieties /
BF723.F4M65 1997
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Provides information on types of fears children experience, the ages at which many specific fears surface, and some common sense answers for parents and other providers to help children cope.
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.
Multimodal therapy
RC466.A5 2007 pt.1
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Arnold A. Lazarus demonstrates this technically eclectic but theoretically consistent approach to therapy. The multimodal orientation begins with the assumption that therapy must assess seven discrete but interactive modalities. This psychoeducational framework encourages therapists to improvise and tailor therapy to the client.
Multiple personalities the search for deadly memories /
RC569.5.M8M85 1994
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Presents stories of various people, their struggle with multiple personality disorder, and their recovery from the disorder. Emphasizes the fact that multiple personality disorders stem from child abuse.
Murder 9 to 5
RC569.5.V55M87
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Explores violence in the work place.
Narrative family therapy : with Stephen Madigan, PhD. /
RC489.S74N35 2011
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Instructor's manual contents: Tips for making the best use of the DVD -- Madigan on narrative family therapy -- Re-authoring conversations -- Reaction paper guide for classrooms and training -- Related websites, videos and further readings -- Discussion questions -- Role-plays -- Session transcript with commentary -- Video credits -- Earn continuing education credits for watching videos -- About the contributors -- More psychotherapy.net videos.
Ollie is a 12 year-old African-American boy who has been court-ordered to therapy after hitting his classmate with his belt. Watch Stephen Madigan, expert Narrative therapist, as he compassionately engages Ollie and his mother in a fascinating inquiry into their experience of racism, discovering there' s much more to this incident than meets the eye. Beginning with the premise that 'the problem is the problem, the person is not them problem' Madigan guides the viewer on an intriguing journey through the foundational narrative therapy techniques such as externalization and re-authoring conversations. By asking a series of purposeful questions intended to help Ollie and his mother tell their story, Madigan masterfully shows how to uncover the client's stance on the problem and how to develop an alternative plot that supports a client's preferred identity. With persistence and openness, Madigan validates this family's experience of racism and helps Ollie regain his "good boy reputation
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.
Neurologic emergencies /
RC440.N58 1991
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Covers clinical knowledge necessary to identify and manage autonomic dysreflexia, subarachnoid hemorrhage, and generalized tonic-clonic seizures. Includes neurologic pathophysiology, which patients are at risk, recognizing early warning signs, assessment techniques, emergency nursing interventions, drug therapy, and documentation.
New age for the old, A
HQ1064.N48 1980
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Presents a historical survey of the status of the elderly and attitudes toward them from classical times to the present.
Not by the book
RC454.N68 1994
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This documentary explores one of our society's greatest taboos: mental illness. Portrays the essence of such disorders as schizophrenia, depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder, and conveys the wonders of healing and wellness.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder
RC533.O25 2002
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(Producer) This program defines the criteria for this disorder, commonly known as OCD and one of the most prevalent of all psychiatric disorders. Explores the ritualized behaviors associated with the disorder and the resulting adverse affects, as well as relevant neurological findings unique to OCD.
Panic disorder and agoraphobia
RC535.P35 2002
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This video defines the criteria for these disorders and the specific symptoms associated with panic attacks and examines how panic disorder can be confused with other medical conditions and explores its relationship to the development of agoraphobia. It uses dramatic vignettes and interviews with professionals and educators in the field to discuss current treatment options and the challenges that these disorders present in home, vocational and clinical environments.
Physical assessment of a child
RJ50.P45 2008
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pt. 1 . Growth - Physiological measurements - Vital signs - Skin - Head and neck. Ears -- Eyes -- Nose -- Mouth (23 min.)
Addresses general considerations and basic techniques for performing a through, gentle, physical exam of a child.
Play therapy for severe psychological trauma /
RJ505.P6P55 1998
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Children who have been victims of abuse or other stressful events may exhibit severe trauma-related symptoms. In this video, Dr. Gil elucidates the nature of trauma, how to recognize it clinically, and how to manage its powerful effects upon children's development with the use of artwork and play. Filled with examples of children's artwork, sand play, and other forms of creative expression, the program contrasts the work of children who have been traumatized with that of normally functioning children. Dr. Gil balances general conceptual guidelines with in-depth commentary on specific cases.
Positive approach with a psychotic couple, A
RC488.5.P67 2000
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Therapist and master teacher Jay Haley supervises a therapist who is working with a psychotic married couple. Haley suggests that the therapist treat the couple as if nothing were wrong except the social situation. The consultation shows a way to make a new start with a chronic case.
Post-traumatic stress disorder
RC552.P67P67 1990
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Examines the different people effected by PTSD, including war veterans, victims of violent crimes, earthquakes, fire, incest, and rape, and explores current research to assist these victims.
Problem-solving therapy
RC489.P68P76 2009
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In Problem-Solving Therapy, Drs. Arthur Nezu and Christine Maguth Nezu demonstrate their positive, goal-oriented approach to treatment. Problem-solving therapy is a cognitive-behavioral intervention geared to improve an individual's ability to cope with stressful life experiences. The underlying assumption of this approach is that symptoms of psychopathology can be often be understood as a negative consequences of ineffective or maladaptive coping.
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.
Psychopathology diagnostic vignettes series /
RC537.D87
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1. Dysthymic disorders and major affective disorders (38 min.) -- 2. Bipolar affective disorders (32 min.) -- 3. Schizophrenic disorders (35 min.).
Psychoses /
RC514.P7
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Schizophrenia (14 min.) -- Psychosis, unspecified (7 min.)
Psychotherapy
RC480.P791
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Through a series of encounters between patients and their therapists, the film provides an overview of the basic process of psychotherapy and of the major elements common to all psychotherapy. There are three crucial themes in almost all psychotherapeutic processes: providing a safe relationship, working through ideas and feelings, and developing new cognitive and behavioral patterns for self-evaluating and interpersonal relationships.
Psychotherapy, insight and action /
RC480.P795
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Psychotropic medications caring for patients with psychiatric disorders /
RS190.P78P7 1997
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[video 1]. Assessment, intervention and treatment -- [video 2]. Schizophrenia and bipolar disorders -- [video 3]. Depression and anxiety.
This three-part set first examines patient assessment and treatment. The second video looks at schizophrenia and bipolar disorders using case studies, computer animation, and interviews. The third video presents patients with depression and anxiety and the psychotropic medications used in their treatment.
Reality therapy
RC489.R37R43 2007
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Dr. Robert E. Wubbolding demonstrates this choice-centered approach. Reality therapy is based on choice theory, which states that people choose their behaviors to do one of two things: fulfill a need or communicate with the surrounding world. Reality therapy first assesses what the clients' needs are and what they want from therapy. The therapist conducts an assessment to help clients determine how effective their behaviors have been in fulfilling their needs and then works with clients to determine a plan for more effective action. In this session, Dr. Wubbolding works with a man in his 40s who has relationship difficulties because of his communication style. Dr. Wubbolding helps the client to look at his relationship differently and to try to see things from his girlfriend's point of view.
Reality therapy groups
RC489.R37R4 1995
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Dr. Robert Wubbolding speaks on reality therapy applied to group therapy.
Recovering bodies overcoming eating disorders /
RC552.E18R43 1997
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The student body : pressures of campus life -- The controlled body : stories of struggle -- The punished body : symptoms and side effects -- The recovery body : taking notice -- The recovering body : making changes -- The recovering body : giving voice -- The recovering body : finding support -- The recovering body : forging links -- Beyond the body : looking forward.
Focuses not simply on people's problems with food, but on the renewed hope for a healthy life that the process of recovery can provide. Presents the stories and testimonies of seven college students, showing the wide range of pressures that can lead to disordered eating. Discusses the psychological and physical symptoms of eating disorders.
Recovering bodies overcoming eating disorders /
RC552.E18R43 2002
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The student body : pressures of campus life -- The controlled body : stories of struggle -- The punished body : symptoms and side effects -- The recovering body -- The recovering body : taking notice -- The recovering body : making changes -- The recovering body : giving voice -- The recovering body: finding support -- The recovering body: forging links -- Beyond the body : looking forward.
Focuses not simply on people's problems with food, but on the renewed hope for a healthy life that the process of recovery can provide. Presents the stories and testimonies of seven college students, showing the wide range of pressures that can lead to disordered eating. Discusses the psychological and physical symptoms of eating disorders.
Recovering from mental illness /
RC514.R43 1997
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Refrigerator mothers
RJ506.A9R44 2002
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From the 1950s through the early 1970s, the American medical establishment thought it had found the cause of autism: poor mothering. Doctors presumed that the bizarre behaviors of autistic children - rigid rituals, difficulty with speech, extreme self-isolation - stemmed from their mothers' emotional frigidity. We now know that autism is a brain disorder, not the result of poor parenting. But for a whole generation of women branded as cold "refrigerator mothers," the damage had already been done.
Relationship enhancement therapy
RC488.5.R45 1995
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Sponsored by the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors, Bernard Guerney discusses and demonstrates his brief therapy which seeks to empower the clients with skills to become therapeutic agents for one another.
Relationship play therapy : a clinical session /
RJ505.P6R45 1997
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Dr. Moustakas demonstrates his principles for "being in" the world of the child, "being for" the child and "being with" the child in an unrehearsed therapy session. Afterwards, he is interviewed by Garry Landreth, Director of the Center for Play Therapy at the University of North Texas.
Relationship play therapy a clinical session /
RJ505.P6R45 1997
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Dr. Moustakas demonstrates his principles for "being in" the world of the child, "being for" the child and "being with" the child in an unrehearsed therapy session with an emotionally disturbed ten year old boy. Afterwards, he is interviewed by Garry Landreth, Director of the Center for Play Therapy at the University of North Texas.
Schizophrenia
RC514.S3 1995
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[1]. Causation (28 min.) -- [2]. Symptomatology (31 min.) -- [3]. The community's response (41 min.)
Discusses the role of the health professional caring for a patient with an acute psychotic episode. Discusses measures such as reducing anxiety, establishing control and monitoring the patient's physical health. Therapeutic intervention techniques are highlighted.
Schizophrenia, the shattered harmony
RC514.S33
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Schizophrenia--sources of suffering /
RC514.S46
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Secret life of Mary-Margaret portrait of a bulimic, The
RC552.B84S43 1993
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Based on the beautiful all-American girl, Mary-Margaret Carter's true story of her ordeal with bulimia. Chronicles the physical and mental effects of bulimia on the individual and urges those suffering from eating disorders to seek help.
Self-injury from suffering to solutions /
RC552.S4S47 2004
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Through portrayals and interviews this video discusses the nature of adolescent self-injury, examining its causes, its victims, and its effects.
Sex, lust and heartache
RC560.S43S45 1996
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v. 1. Exploring your slavery to desire (56 min.) -- v. 2. Breaking the bonds of habitual hurt (42 min.).
This program is devoted to the identification, assessment and treatment of "out of control" sexual behavior, and sexual addiction.
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.
Silent hunger anorexia and bulimia, The /
RC552.E18S553 2004
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This program answers two important questions: What are eating disorders and what causes eating disorders? The program examines anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating syndrome. Seven females who have suffered from eating disorders, the father of a woman who died as a result of her disorder, and health professionals offer their insight and knowledge. These interviews are highlighted by dramatic sequences designed to encourage a greater understanding of the issues and emotions associated with eatind disorders
Silent hunger, The: anorexia and bulimia
RC552.E18S553 1995
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This program answers two important questions: What are eating disorders? and What causes eating disorders? The program specifically examines anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating syndrome. Seven females who have all suffered from eating disorders, the father of woman who died as a result of her disorder, and health professionals offer their insights and knowledge. These interviews are highlighted by dramatic sequences designed to encourage a greater understanding of the issues and emotions associated with eating disorders.
Sleep problems in the elderly assessment /
RC547.S64 1999
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Explains age related normal sleep patterns in the elderly, identifies the causes of sleep problems and some of the common complaints associated with aging. Demonstrates assessment procedures with a selection of older individuals suffering from disturbances in their sleep patterns.
Smoking truth or dare? /
HV5745.S56 1999
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Smoking: Truth or Dare is a powerful program that graphically demonstrates to teens who use tobacco exactly what this deadly habit is doing to them. The damage smoking or chewing tobacco does to their bodies is not just something intangible that they might have to face forty or more years down the road. These young people are suffering the deadly effects of their tobacco use right now, and the consequences will only get worse.
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.
Somatic therapies, The
RC480.S65
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Strategic couples therapy with James C. Coyne
RC489.S76S758 2010
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Dr. James C. Coyne discusses strategic couples therapy in which the therapist takes responsibility for what happens in the session and presents a plan for change. The therapy seeks to help the couple develop a problem-solving strategy tailored to their specific concerns and values. This discussion is followed by an actual session in which Dr. Coyne demonstrates strategic couples therapy and finally a final discussion and question and answer session is held with Dr. Coyne, the hosts, and audience members.
Suicidal inmates
HV6545.6.S85 2000
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This film provides correctional officers with the information they need to identify behaviors that are possible signs of suicide. It shows how to deal with a suicidal inmate and with a suicidal inmate in possession of a weapon.
Suicide--fatal mistake.
RC569.S96
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A panel of 5 professionals discusses ways of recognizing signs of potential suicide and steps to take for its prevention.
Techniques of play therapy a clinical demonstration /
RJ505.P6T43 1994
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This video presents segments of play therapy sessions with five different children between 4 and 12 years of age. In the process of working with these children, a number of different play therapy techniques are demonstrated.--guide.
Teen and child depression
RJ506.D4T44 1992
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Even parents who are psychologist sometimes fail to diagnose severe depression in their own children. This program describes the common symptoms of depression: crying, withdrawal, over- or undereating, oversleeping or insomnia, concentration and memory problems, getting no pleasure out of life. In the extreme, these symptoms can lead to suicide - any threat of which must always be taken seriously. The program examines the possible causes of bipolar depression, presents evidence for the biological (as opposed to psychological) causes of depression, and discusses the role of environmental factors like child abuse in activating depression. Treatment is also discussed.
The forgetting a portrait of Alzheimer's /
RC523.2.S535 2004
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An exploration of Alzheimer's, taking a sweeping and intimate look at how this cruel disease affects nearly five million Americans and their loved ones.
The play therapist's language of change releasing children's creative capacities /
RJ505.P6P545 2003
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Lecture on making contact with children through play therapy. Discusses characteristics of facilitative responses, process of helping children learn self responsibility, and suggests ways to keep the child in the lead in the therapeutive process. Also, demonstrates how to respond to issues and questions.
Therapeutic dimensions of the play therapy relationship
RJ505.P6T47 2003
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Lecture on making contact with children through play therapy. Covers essential dimensions in facilitating play therapy relations, four healing messages, necessary conditions for helping children grow, and helping children to discover their own resources.
Therapeutic limit setting in play therapy purpose, areas, and ACT model /
RJ505.P6T447 2003
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Discusses purposes for limit setting, areas where limits are needed, practical issues in limit setting, ACT model of therapeutic limit setting, helping children develop self-control, therapist's role in limit setting, case examples of limit setting, and what to do when children break the limits.
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.
Toys & materials for play therapy
RJ505.P6T69 2003
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Lecture on play therapy: Criteria for selecting appropriate toys and materials for play therapy, categories of toys and minimum essential materials that should be available for a session when the play therapy room is not available, and helpful hints for responding to children's behaviors.
Treating borderline personality disorder : the dialectical approach /
RC569.5.B67L56 1995
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Definition of dialectics -- Goals of treatment -- Modes of therapy -- Outcome data.
An important component of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is the use of skills training to help manage the extreme beliefs, actions, and attitudes that form the criteria for borderline personality disorder. In this video, Linehan teaches patients the skills of DBT, including mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, and emotional regulation. The sessions portray a team of therapists working through the range of problems and frustrations that arise in treatment, and viewers are thus brought into the team milieu and shown the efficacy of this approach. A short interview with Dr. Allen Frances, DSM-IV Task Force chair, concludes the video.
Treatment with defiant and aggressive adolescents
RJ506.A35T74 2009
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(Producer) Dr. Fred J. Hanna demonstrates his practical approach to working with adolescents who have behavior problems. Dr. Hanna's precursors to change model has been used successfully with teenagers who are involved in drugs, gangs, violence, or serious misbehavior in school and other situations.
Tres madres structural therapy with an Anglo/Hispanic family /
RC488.5.A5 1990
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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
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A counseling session with an Anglo/Hispanic family addressing important family issues and problems while presenting an approach to structural therapy.
Understanding and communicating with a person who is hallucinating /
RC553.H3U52
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Focuses on hallucinations in a schizophrenic patient. What happens to the brain durning a hallucination and demonstrates techniques for helping an individual through a hallucination.
Understanding borderline personality disorder : the dialectical approach /
RC569.5.B67L565 1995
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Dr. Linehan begins by presenting clinically relevant features of BPD based on DSM-IV criteria and describes the underlying causes of the disorder with an emphasis on biosocial factors. She then traces the development of her approach. Segments of actual case sessions (with patients' identities protected) illustrate the nature of the disorder and the intense emotional discomfort these clients suffer. They also offer viewers a brief introduction to strategies Dr. Linehan uses to engage the client in the first interview.
Understanding group psychotherapy
RC488.U53 2006
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v. 1. Outpatients -- v. 2. Inpatients -- v. 3. An interview.
Vol. 1: A 2-DVD set portraying the course of a mixed adult outpatient group, with commentary by Dr. Yalom.
Understanding group psychotherapy
RC488.U53 2006
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v. 1. Outpatients -- v. 2. Inpatients -- v. 3. An interview.
Vol. 1: A 2-DVD set portraying the course of a mixed adult outpatient group, with commentary by Dr. Yalom.
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.
Understanding group psychotherapy
RC488.U53 2006
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v. 1. Outpatients -- v. 2. Inpatients -- v. 3. An interview.
Vol. 1: A 2-DVD set portraying the course of a mixed adult outpatient group, with commentary by Dr. Yalom.
Understanding play behavior and themes in play therapy
RJ505.P6U53 2003
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Lecture on making contact with children through play therapy. Covers meaning in children's play, identifying four messages revealed in children's play, stages in the play therapy process, and theme development in children's play. Touches on difficult issue of confidentiality in play therapy.
Understanding the defiant child
RJ506.O66U5 1997
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Tantrums, resistance to chores, negativity --occasional clashes between parents and children are not uncommon. But when a child's defiance is chronic and disruptive of family life, he or she may have Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD). This video tells you why this problem should be dealt with early and what can be done.
What if everybody was purple?
BF723.P75W43 2000
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This video uses puppet characters from different ethnic backgrounds to explore the topics of prejudice, forgiveness, and friendship.
When someone you love has Alzheimer's a practical guide for caregivers.
RC523.2.W44 1995
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Program gives an overview of how to recognize Alzheimer's Disease, how to cope with the disease, and how to nuture a loved one who has Alzheimer's.
When they never ever listen
BF723.P25W43
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