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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. --
Albert Ellis: rational emotive psychotherapy /
RC489.R3A434 2000
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And when you fall ...
BF637.S8A52 1998x
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In 1988, Dan Jansen's sister died, on the same day as he was to compete for the Olympic Gold in speed skating at Calgary. He fell twice. After a disappointing performance in 1992, he returns to compete in the 1994 Olympics. He fails again in his specialty the 500 meters, yet pulls himself together and wins the 1000 meters, his weakest event. Following Jansen's example, the video discusses how we move from failure to success.
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.
Angry eye with Jane Elliott, The
BF575.P9A54 2002
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Documentary on Jane Elliott's blue-eyed/brown-eyed exercise in discrimination involving college students forced to experience racist treatment minorites have received for years.
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Are we scaring ourselves to death?
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A discussion of the things that Americans fear the most: crime, environmental pollution, food contamination, accidents, etc. and the way in which statistics and news reporting have made the situation seem worse than it is.
Assertive communication skills for professionals
BF637.C45A84 1994
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v. 1. What is assertive behavior? -- v. 2. Building your foundation -- v. 3 Your assertiveness toolbox -- v. 4 Putting assertiveness to work.
Teaches the skills needed in developing assertiveness.
Behavior modification with the point system
BF637.B4B44 2003
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Illustrates using the point system in modifying children's behavior.
Beyond hate
BF575.H3B49 1991
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Through the experiences of world figures, gang leaders, and young people trying to cope with violence in their lives, Beyond hate chronicles the impact of hate on its victims, and probes its many dimensions. Moyers listens to those gripped by hatred and those victimized by it. He also focuses on individuals and groups who are working to move beyond hatred to achieve tolerance and acceptance.
Beyond the looking glass body image and self-esteem /
BF724.3.S36B49 1994
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Bill Cosby on prejudice
BF575.P9B596 1972
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In a satiric diatribe in which a super bigot expresses a hatred against all minority groups, actor Bill Cosby exposes the prejudices which are experienced by all.
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.
Body language an international view /
BF637.N66B63 1999
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A look at nonverbal communication across cultures including eye contact, facial expressions, and gestures. Includes quiz sections to test your familiarity with gestures. Takes a humorous yet informative look at a variety of global styles in nonverbal communication.
Born for love
BF637.C5 B67 1993
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Leo Buscaglia suggests that loving is a choice that offers alternatives to frustration, loneliness and fear. He encourages us to think, feel and move toward actions that will bring about growth in love. What he suggests is more than a love style, it is a life style.
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.
Brief solution oriented therapy
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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.
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.
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.
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.
Children's drawings
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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.
Child's world, A
BF721.C45 2002
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[v. 1]. Mind games (52 min.) -- [v. 2]. Independent thinker (52 min.) -- [v. 3]. Facts of life (52 min.).
The set explores the mental development of children. Vol. 1 studies how they develop an adult's ability to discern the feelings of others and lie for both good and bad reasons. Vol. 2 focuses on developing mental independence that examines the abstract thought of toddlers, the memory capacity of preschoolers, and the force of childhood tantrums. Vol. 3 looks at children in relation to the existential questions of birth and death.
Cognition, creativity, and behavior--the Columban simulations
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Documents experiments carried out by B.F. Skinner and Robert Epstein in which pigeons exhibit behaviors heretofore attributed by psychologists only to man and the higher apes, such a symbolic communication, self-awareness, and insight.
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.
Compliance, self-control, and prosocial behavior
BF721.H79 v.1
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Discusses factors that influence these behaviors, including temperament, attachment, and the normal cognitive changes that occur around two years of age. Includes information throughout for parents and other caregivers who wish to instill positive behavior in children.
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.
Couples therapy
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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.
Death : a personal understanding /
BF789.D4D38 1998
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v. 1. What is death? -- v. 2. The dying person -- v. 3. Facing mortality -- v. 4. The deathbed -- v. 5. Fear of death and dying -- v. 6. Sudden death -- v. 7. A child's view of death -- v. 8. Grief and bereavement -- v. 9. Death rituals -- v. 10. The good
Explores a wide range of North American cultural perspectives on death within the context of current issues, including AIDS, death by violence, suicide, assisted suicide, hospice care, end of life decision making, and how children react to death.
Death : the trip of a lifetime /
BF789.D4D443 1993
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Episode 1. The chasm --- Episode 2. The good death -- Episode 3. Letting go -- Episode 4. Going for glory.
This four-part series is a poignant and often strange journey spanning more than 12 countries to discover how people's beliefs, customs, and rituals about death affect the way they live their lives.
Discovering psychology
BF131.D54 2001
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Disc 1. Past, present, and promise -- Understanding research -- The behaving brain -- The responsive brain. -- Disc 2. The developing child -- Language development; Sensation and perception -- Learning. -- Disc 3. Remembering and forgetting -- Cognitive processes -- Judgement and decision making -- Motivation and emotion. -- Disc 4. The mind awake and asleep -- The mind hidden and divided -- The self -- Testing and intelligence. -- Disc 5. Sex and gender -- Maturing and aging -- The power of the situation -- Constructing social reality. -- Disc 6. Psychopathology -- Psychotherapy -- Health, mind and behavior -- Applying psychology in life. -- Disc 7. Cognitive neuroscience -- Cultural psychology.
Updated edition highlights major new developments in the field, offering an overview of classic and current theories of human behavior. Leading researchers, practitioners, and theorists probe the mysteries of the mind and body. Based on extensive investigation and superior scholarship, this introductory course in psychology features demonstrations, classic experiments and simulations, current research, documentary footage, and computer animation.
Discussion with Dr. Carl Jung
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Dr. Jung explores his relationship with Freud and his differences with Freudian theory, his views of the unconscious, his introversion- extroversion theories, and his reactions to some of the contemporary challenges to psychology.
Emotional intelligence
BF576.E46 2001
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Illustrates how emotional intelligence can be integrated into the workplace to enhance other knowledge and technical capabilities.
Emotional intelligence
BF576.E46 2001
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Illustrates how emotional intelligence can be integrated into the workplace to enhance other knowledge and technical capabilities.
Emotional intelligence
BF576.E46 2001
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This film focuses on interviews with emotional intelligence team members, illustrating how EI can be integrated into the workplace to enhance other knowledge and technical capabilities. It illustrates how organizations such as Kaiser Permanente, State Street Bank, and Nichols Aluminum are accessing the power of emotions to create better, more productive teams and team members.
Emotional intelligence a new vision for educators /
BF561.G66 1996
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Defines emotional literacy and its five skills: self-awareness, managing moods, motivation, empathy and social skills. Illustrates the importance of emotional intelligence to a person's success in life, and how emotional literacy programs in schools can teach children how to manage their emotional side.
Everybody rides the carousel
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Presents in animation the eight stages of life in the phases of personality development described by psychologist Erik Erikson. Includes a variety of open-ended situations.
Everyday self-esteem
BF697.5.S46E94 2005
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Describes the concept of self esteem: what it is, where it comes from, and how to build it, maintain it and protect it. Considers the power of positive thinking, the importance of a supportive home environment, and the harmful effects of advertising.
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
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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.
Facing hate
BF575.H3F32 1991
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Elie Wiesel helps probe the logic of hatred as expressed in books, religion, history and personal experience. When he was 15, his family perished in the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz. As he has struggled to understand hatred and its role in contemporary world affairs, he has become a prolific writer, a leader in the worldwide cause of human rights, and the winner of the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize.
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 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.
Floor time : tuning in to each child /
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Demonstrates how to interact with young children by presenting a model for healthy emotional development.
Focused listening skills
BF323.L5S3 1995
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Teaches how to sharpen your concentration and hear more of what people are saying.
Formal reasoning patterns
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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.
Heredity and environment
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Discusses the effects of heredity and environment on a child's emotional, intellectual, and social development.
Hot monogamy
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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 are kids smart? multiple intelligences (M.I.) in the classroom /
BF432.C48H69 1995
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Learn about M.I. theory and the seven intelligences, explore some of the associated myths about M.I. and observe how teachers have incorporated M.I. theory into their classrooms. Addresses the struggles with challenges of increasing diversity, inclusion of students with special needs and the move toward heterogenous grouping in the classroom.
Human development : 2 1/2 to 6 years /
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1. Physical growth & motor development (21 min.) -- 2. Cognitive development (28 min.) -- 3. Psychosocial development (23 min.) -- 4. Role of play (22 min.).
Traces the factors that contribute to the metamorphosis of a child from a toddler to preschooler. In addition to child development during this period it offers practical suggestions for enhancing that development.
Human development : 6 to 12 years /
BF721.H858 1998
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[1] Physical growth & motor development -- [2] Cognitive development, part 1, Piaget's influence -- [3] Cognitive development, part 2, Information processing -- [4] Psychosocial development.
Details the normal height, weight, and proportional changes characteristic of school-age children, six to twelve years old. Describes Piaget's theories and his four stages of cognitive development. Compares Piaget's theories with those of information processing; and discusses attention, memory and metacognition. Describes Erikson's stage of industry vs. inferiority; changes in the child's self-concept and understanding of others; self-esteem; and the influence of siblings, friends and parents.
Human face, The
BF592.F33H86 2001
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Face to face -- Here's looking at you -- Beauty -- Fame.
Four-episode television documentary examining the human face from every angle-- cultural, historical, biological, physiological and psychological.
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
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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.
Intellectual growth and achievement
BF721.H79 v.3
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A discussion of children's cognitive development, including the different rolls of heredity, environment, and physical factors such as lead poisoning and hearing loss which can negatively affect development. Provides guidelines to help children become high-achieving individuals.
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.
Interpersonal perception task (IPT), The
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A test designed to find out how people form perceptions of others. Consists of thirty brief scenes showing people in various interactions. Each scene is preceded by a question about the interaction taking place.
IQ testing and the school maximizing potential /
BF431.I26 1989
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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.
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.
Life's first feelings
BF720.E45L5 1986
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Discusses research which examines infants' emotions, the expression and development of emotions, and the role early feelings play in child development.
Looks how they affect life /
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Psychological studies and psychologists give us probing insights beneath the surface of our appearances for a new awareness of the role of beauty in our social and personal lives. Narrator and interviewer Collin Siedor gives us penetrating raw data for a voyage into the cultural power of beauty.
Memory fabric of the mind /
BF371.M456 1988
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Describes the various facets of memory that researchers are now exploring.
Memory power secrets to remembering numbers /
BF385.M46 1992
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Memory expert Harry Lorayne introduces his simple foolproof system for remembering numbers.
Methodology the psychologist and the experiment /
BF181.M48 2011
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Shows two examples of controlled manipulation with test groups in the laboratory in order to explain the basic logic of experimentation in psychology.
Mind, The
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pt. 1. The search for mind--pt. 2. Development--pt. 3. Aging--pt. 4. Addiction--pt. 5. Pain and healing--pt. 6. Depression--pt. 7. Language--pt. 8. Thinking--pt. 9. The violent mind.
Nine part television series that explores the way science has looked into the mind throughout history - from psychoanalysis to neuroscience.
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.
Motivational speaking 101 : believe in yourself
BF504.M675 1996
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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.
Mystery of the senses a Nova miniseries /
BF238.M97 1995
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Hearing (60 min.) -- Smell (60 min.) -- Taste (60 min.) -- Touch (60 min.) -- Vision (60 min.).
(Producer) This documentary series explores the wonders of hearing, smell, taste, touch, and vision.
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 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.
One nation under stress
BF575.S75O53 2005
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Stress is everywhere--at home and on the job, on the farm and in the city, in the executive suite, the steno pool, the classroom, and on the production line; and it is being increasingly implicated in immune system dysfunction, cancer, hypertension, heart disease, ulcers, and a host of other illnesses. This program seeks to help viewers understand what causes stress, explain its consequences, and demonstrate ways in which stress can be turned into a positive force. Hosted by Merlin Olsen, the program emphasizes that stress is a different variable for everyone and shows different ways in which people are coping with it, citing the English philosopher Bertrand Russell: "It is not the experience that happens to you, it is what you do with the experience that happens to you."--Container.
Peer relationships
BF721.H79 v.2
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Discusses ways in which children influence one another including modeling and reinforcement, and describes how childrens' relationships change depending on their age and stage of development. Describes characteristics of popular, ignored, and rejected children. Gives general guidelines for helping children get along with others. Focuses on specific interventions for children who are shy or overly aggressive.
Personal space exploring human proxemics /
BF469.P46 1999
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Spatial relations -- Space habits: habitual seating -- Territorial defense -- Space invaders: breaking proxemic rules -- Reactions and assumptions -- Why didn't you say something? -- Space affects everything -- The power of culture -- Cultural differences: space, touch -- Symbolic touch -- Architecture: a profession of space.
Discusses the concept of personal space and the interpersonal and cultural issues that define it.
Pitch of grief, The
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The pitch of grief is a look at the emotional process of grieving, through intimate interviews with four men and women, young and old, who have lost loved ones and lived through the aftermath.
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.
Power of listening, The
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Office workers spend 40% of their time listening to others. This program can help them become active listeners by introducing techniquews that overcome listening blocks and increase retention.
Primetime Live. Basic instincts
BF685.P75 2006
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Part 1. What would you do? -- Part 2. The human chain -- Part 3. Game theory -- Part 4. What would you do? [cont.] -- Part 5. The Milgram Experiment revisited.
Part 1 explores how people react - or choose not to act or react - to situations that drive us all crazy ; like people talking on their cell phones too long, out of control kids, out of control grown-ups, situations that cry out for action, and the question becomes : "What would you do?" In Part 2,
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.
Psychology the study of human behavior.
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Program 1. $tWhat is psychology? -- Program 2. $tResearch methods. -- Program 3. $gThe $tbiology of behavior. -- Program 4. $gThe $tBrain-mind connection. -- Program 5. $tSleep and dreaming. -- Program 6. $tSensation and perception. -- Program 7. $tLearning. -- Program 8. $tMemory. -- Program 9. $tDecision making and problem solving. -- Program 10. $tLanguage. -- Program 11. $tEmotion. -- Program 12. $tMotivation. -- Program 13. $tGender and relationships. -- Program 14. $tPersonality. -- Program 15. $tIntelligence. -- Program 16. $tCognitive development. -- Program 17. $tAdolescent development. -- Program 18. $tAdult development. -- Program 19. $tHealth, stress and coping. -- Program 20. $tWhat is normal? -- Program 21. $tAbnormal behavior. -- Program 22. $tApproaches to therapy. -- Program 23. $tTherapy choices. -- Program 24. $tSocial psychology. -- Program 25. $tConformity, obedience and dissent. -- Program 26. $tIssues in psychology.
Reading people : the unwritten language of the body /
BF637.N66R43 1998
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Explores how we communicate through body movements, gestures and through our use of personal space.
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.
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.
Research methods
BF76.5.R47 1989
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Discusses the contributions of research in psychology and the need for thorough and accurate study of the consequences.
Seasons of life
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v. 1. Infancy and early childhood (conception to age 6) -- v. 2. Childhood and adolescence (ages 6-20) -- v. 3. Early adulthood (ages 20-40) -- v. 4. Middle adulthood (ages 40-60) -- v. 5. Late adulthood (ages 60+).
Case studies and commentaries by noted psychologists examine human development, from conception to death.
Seasons of life
BF713.S4 1990
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[Pt. 1] Infancy and early childhood -- [pt. 2] Childhood and adolescence -- [pt. 3] Early adulthood -- [pt. 4] Middle adulthood -- [pt. 5] Late adulthood.
Provides an exploration from both the expert and the personal perspectives of human development beginning with conception and continuing through the many changes of growth and aging. Describes how the biological, social and psychological clocks influence the events of the human life cycle. Includes case studies and commentaries by noted psychologists.
Shapes and colors
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Bill helps young children to identify different shapes and sizes, match colors and make comparisons.
Smarter than you think
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Reports recent research on newly-born babies, their emotional needs, and how those needs are fulfilled by the parents.
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.
Speaking of love
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Stories of change
BF637.L53T6 1991
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Narrative and social movements: the power of stories / Joseph E. Davis -- Plotting protest: mobilizing stories in the 1960 student sit-ins / Francesca Polletta -- Controlling narratives and narratives as control within social movements / Robert D. Benford -- "Getting our histories straight": culture, narrative, and identity in the self-help movement / John Steadman Rice -- Moving toward the light: self, other, and the politics of experience in new age narratives / Michael F. Brown -- Fundamentalism: when history goes awry / Joshua J. Yates and James Davidson Hunter -- Drug court stories: transforming American jurisprudence / James C. Nolan Jr. -- compassion on trial: movement narrative in a court conflict over physician-assisted suicide / Jeffrey D. Tatum -- Movement advocates as battered women's storytellers: from varied experiences, one message / Bess Rothenberg -- The storied group: social movements as "bundles of narratives" / Gary Alan Fine.
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.
Stress-the body and the mind
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Taking charge of change
BF637.C4T35 1997
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Offers an important look into how to redefine our organizations and ourselves to accommodate current healthcare industry trends. Focuses on adapting to change, encouraging employee involvement in the change process, embracing cooperation and productivity, etc.
There was a child a documentary about pregnancy loss /
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Describes how parents deal with a still birth.
Time to live, A
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Before a throng of California picnickers, Leo Buscaglia delivers a secular sermon on the importance and uses of time. He urges listeners to value the present moment and grow through learning, listening, giving, loving, and fun.
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 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.
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 tempers flare a guide to understanding and managing anger.
BF575.A5W44 2004
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This video explores why and how we experience anger and offers practical strategies for expressing anger in constructive, rather than destructive ways.
When they never ever listen
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Who moved my cheese? the movie
BF637.C4W46 2009
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Using the movie -- Who moved my cheese? the movie (2003) -- Who moved my cheese? the movie (1999) -- Learning about the change essentials.
Tells the story about four mice in a maze dealing with change.
World of gestures: culture & nonverbal communication, A
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Gestures from different cultures around the world are explored. People from many nations are shown performing all kinds of gestures and the different gestures that they are. Also explored are the meaning, function and origin of gestures.
World within C.G. Jung in his own words, The
BF173.J85W67x 1993
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C.G. Jung in his own words (63 min.) -- Remembering Jung / Laurens van der Post (21 min.)
Two programs about C.G. Jung. The first program uses Jung's writings, paintings, and footage of interviews as he tells about his work on dreams, memory, archetypal figures and the importance of ritual and fantasy. In the second program, from a 1978 interview, Laurens van der Post talks about Jung's friendship with women, including Toni Wolff.