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Fri Mar 21 17:10:16 2014 UTClccn-no20080455280.53Consulting with teachers0.580.63Emotion-focused therapy over time34262219no20080455287714690lccn-n50032445Carlson, Jonivrhstlccn-no2001001608Tullos, Jon M.proflmdrtedtlccn-n80126082American Psychological Associationlccn-no2008046410Governors State UniversityDivision of Digital Learning and Media Designprolccn-n2001129733Governors State UniversityCommunication Servicesnc-american psychological associationAmerican Psychological Associationdstlccn-n85141956VandenBos, Gary R.prohstlccn-n88096718Brown, Laura S.lccn-n82120862Greenberg, Leslie S.lccn-n2007185121Simms, Winona F.Brown, YevetteMethodsEducational filmsNonfiction filmsPsychotherapyCross-cultural counselingCognitive therapyEmotion-focused therapyCounselingFamily psychotherapyPsychotherapistsHispanic Americans--Counseling ofPsychodynamic psychotherapyBehavior therapyClient-centered psychotherapyIntercultural communicationCulture--Psychological aspectsPsychic traumaIndians of North America--Counseling ofUnited StatesAbused womenWomen--Counseling ofSchool psychologyTeacher-student relationshipsPsychoanalysisMen--Mental healthMen--Counseling ofPsychotherapy for older peopleParent and adult childGenogramsProblem youth--Family relationshipsEthnopsychologyAnxiety--TreatmentCounselors--Training ofMulticulturalismTranscultural medical careCultural awarenessCross-cultural counseling--Study and teachingPlay therapyChild psychotherapy--Parent participationDepression, Mental--TreatmentMarital psychotherapyMarriage counselingVocational guidance--Psychological aspectsVocational guidancePerfectionism (Personality trait)Psychology, PathologicalPsychotherapy--Religious aspectsSystemic therapy (Family therapy)Cultural psychiatryAging parents--Family relationshipsCouples therapyCompulsive hoardingDepression in old age--Treatment1994200320042005200620072008200920102011201217404963158.3RC451.4.W6ocn060336304ocn754964955ocn085851969ocn316525120ocn076804877ocn232624976ocn300050994ocn255883752ocn213411634ocn3173070031522ocn058647299file20050.59Working with women survivors of trauma and abuse"Laura S. Brown demonstrates her approach to therapy with men who have been abused or have suffered trauma in the past. In this session Dr. Brown works with a 30-year-old man who was physically abused as a child. ... In addition to watching Dr. Brown discuss her feminist therapeutic approach in an interview, viewers may opt to listen to Dr. Brown's voice-over comments during the therapy session"--Container+-+99172964061391ocn060336304visu20050.59Working with Native AmericansFeatures therapist Winona F. Simms demonstrating a therapy approach and clinical style specifically targeted to Native American patients1011ocn063256713visu20060.53Consulting with teachersDrs. Jon Carlson and William Glasser demonstrate effective techniques for psychologists, counselors, and social workers consulting with teachers individually and in groups. This program provides a step-by-step, empirically supported approach to working with teachers. The consultation approach is illustrated in three interviews with real teachers, including a group consultation, making this program an indispensable tool for mental health professionals working in schools+-+27082964061003ocn754964955visu20120.56Three approaches to psychotherapy with a female client the next generationIllustrates three types of psychotherapy using the same patient. Each therapist describes his style of therapy and includes actual interviews of therapy sessions. Also includes discussion with therapists at the end of film892ocn085851969visu20070.63Greenberg, Leslie SEmotion-focused therapy over time"In Emotion-Focused Therapy Over Time, Leslie S. Greenberg demonstrates emotion-focused therapy over the course of six entire sessions. Emotion-focused therapy focuses on helping clients gain access to and process previously avoided feelings and thoughts. In this series of sessions, the client, Marcie, faces multiple problems, including depression, anxiety, and marital distress. Across these sessions, viewers will see Marcie become more aware of and start to combat her self-doubting internal voice and begin to self-soothe. This helps her move beyond the withdrawn state that has been her main means of survival. This DVD contains more than 4 hours of therapy sessions and features a bonus voiceover in which Dr. Greenberg comments on the therapy as it progresses."-- [conteneur]+-+2299296406811ocn316525120visu20090.56Family therapy over time"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 past generations may contribute to the issues they are presently working on"--Container+-+7679538896781ocn076804877visu20040.63Functional family therapyMethodsFeatures 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 exchange711ocn232624976visu20080.56Treating clients with generalized anxiety disorder"Dr. Craske works with a 56-year-old woman who feels overwhelmed by her worklaoad and worries incessantly about her son. Dr. Craske guides the client through anxiety-producing imagery, introduces strategies for handling her anxiety, and helps the client begin to interpret life events in a more realistic way"--Container571ocn173491708visu20030.59Culture-centered counselingMethodsIn Culture-Centered Counseling, Dr. Paul B. Pedersen shows how recognizing the centrality of culture can augment therapy and result in effective treatment of all clients. This approach involves recognizing cultural assumptions and acquiring knowledge and skills to get beyond them, something that may be done no matter what treatment model a therapist might use. The video demonstrates how inclusive cultural empathy with a divergent contextual focus differs from conventional convergent and individualistic interpretations of empathy. In the session, Dr. Pedersen works with a young Latina woman named Maria who is trying to become more assertive in her interpersonal relationships. Dr. Pedersen helps Maria begin to find a way to be assertive without sacrificing the traditions she wants to preserve from her heritage+-+K319296406551ocn300050994visu20090.53Filial play therapyRise╠ł 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+-+7318538896542ocn059110448visu20050.53Couple therapy for depressionDr. Mark A. Whisman discusses couples therapy for depression. Includes an actual therapy session with real clients by Dr. Whisman542ocn255883752visu20090.59Culturally oriented career counselingNonfiction filmsEducational filmsDr. Nadya A. Fouad demonstrates her culturally-oriented approach to vocational counseling. Focuses on the role context plays in the career choices a client might consider. In this session, Dr. Fouad works with a young African American woman who is having issues with her supervisor. Dr. Fouad works with the client towards solutions that might empower her to take some action to resolve the situation522ocn213411634visu20080.59Cognitive-behavioral therapy for perfectionism over time"Martin M. Antony demonstrates his approach to working with clients wrestling with issues surrounding maladaptive perfectionism. Perfectionism can be defined as a tendency to set standards that are unreasonably high, and to measure an individual's worth in terms of their ability to meet these standards. Typically, these perfectionist standards are applied to oneself. In this series of six sessions, Dr. Antony works with a young woman who is completing a graduate degree in psychology. She strives for perfection in many areas, including her school work and her family life. She is overly concerned with organizing, planning, and succeeding at everything she does, and also has occasional panic attacks and issues concerning her body image. In these sessions, Dr. Antony helps her to challenge thoughts about not meeting her goals and to learn to deal with the resulting stress rather than giving in to her drive to be perfect."--Container+-+7878538896512ocn317307003visu20090.59Psychoanalytic therapy over timeJeremy D. Safran demonstrates the relational psychoanalytic approach. Like other forms of psychoanalysis, the relational approach emphasizes the importance of exploring unconscious processes, transference, and defense, but is also distinguished by a number of key features. Over the course of six sessions, Dr. Safran works with a young woman with a history of serious depression, substance abuse, and a pattern of romantic involvement with abusive men. Over the course of therapy, the client progresses from a stance of wary and resentful compliance to one of growing trust and healthy self-assertion"--Container+-+5469538896501ocn501206917visu20100.56Counseling Latina/Latino clientsVideo demonstrates the cultural issues of the Latina/Latino community in counseling. Dr. Cervantes counsels a Latina client who favors a spiritual approach and the use of prayer to life and to her counseling481ocn297554975visu20090.56Enhanced cognitive-behavioral couple therapyDr. Baucom and Jon Carlson discuss what enhanced cognitive-behavioral couples therapy is. A client session with Dr. Baucom is shown demonstrating the method481ocn076282391visu20040.63Parenting our elderly parentsCarlson and Pitta discuss some of the common problems adults have when their role with their aging parent changes. Pitta then holds a counseling session with a man and his girlfriend, helping him learn to work out problems with his mother482ocn608276260visu20100.56Multicultural therapy over time"In Multicultural Therapy Over Time, Melba J.T. Vasquez demonstrates this important and influential model, one that has recently infused a number of approaches to psychotherapy. Multicultural therapy takes into consideration racial and ethnic diversity as well as diversity in spirituality, sexual orientation, disabilities, class, and the potential cultural bias of practitioners. Although there is no single multicultural therapy, multicultural theory has influenced many approaches to be more sensitive to the history of the oppressed and marginalized, acculturation issues, and the politics of power. Dr. Vasquez demonstrates her own approach, which contains three elements: cultural sensitivity (an awareness and appreciation of human cultural diversity), cultural knowledge (including factual information about cultural variation), and cultural empathy (the ability to connect emotionally with the patient's cultural perspective). In this approach. In this approach, one must make decisions about when and how a person's problems relate to or are mediated by cultural factors, as not every problem is necessarily related or best treated by emphasizing culture."--Container+-+4753538896324462ocn437416459visu20090.53Behavioral therapy over time"Dr. Antony works with a client who suffers from compulsive hoarding. Over the course of therapy, he explores ways of overcoming this behavior, including exposure to discarding unneeded items and learning alternative responses to the urge to hoard. In six sessions, the client begins to learn that she has some control over what had seemed a compulsive behavior."--Conteneur+-+8209538896451ocn213333037visu20070.63Interpersonal psychotherapy for older adults with depressionDr. Hinrichsen works with a 77-year-old woman who recently lost her husband following a long period of caregiving during which one of her sons died. Despite the presence of many depressive symptoms, the client is unaware that she has a major depression. Dr. Hinrichsen demonstrates effectively the process of interpersonal psychotherapy as he helps the client to understand depression, its precipitants, and the path to improvement+-+9917296406+-+9917296406Fri Mar 21 15:43:18 EDT 2014batch19512