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PSYCHOTHERAPY SUPERVISION: RELATIONAL PSYCHODYNAMIC PSYCHOTHERAPY SUPERVISION

With Joan E. Sarnat, PhD, ABPP
Hosted by Hanna Levenson, PhD

In Relational Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Supervision, guest expert supervisor, Dr. Joan E. Sarnat, demonstrates and discusses this approach to supervision. The goal of relational psychodynamic supervision is to create a more experiential, participatory, and relationship-focused form of supervision, one that not only provides usable psychotherapeutic knowledge and skills, but also facilitates the emotional and relational development that is essential to becoming an effective psychodynamic psychotherapist.

In this video, Sarnat and her supervisee engage in a supervisory session, and host Dr. Hanna Levenson interviews them about their work together, exploring the constructs of this model and the nature of the supervisory relationship.

In the session, Dr. Sarnat's supervisee conveys that she is frustrated by how her patient is discounting her during the termination phase of therapy. By becoming aware of and working with her own feelings of frustration within the session, Dr. Sarnat demonstrates the art of using a reenactment to help the supervisee deepen her awareness and thereby facilitate the therapy.


DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2015 / () / 100 minutes

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PSYCHOTHERAPY SUPERVISION: THE INTEGRATIVE DEVELOPMENTAL MODEL OF SUPERVISION

With Brian W. McNeill, PhD
Hosted by Arpana G. Inman, PhD

In The Integrative Developmental Model of Supervision, guest expert supervisor Dr. Brian W. McNeill demonstrates and discusses this approach to supervision.

The goal of the integrative developmental model (IDM) is to promote personal and professional therapist growth through three developmental levels by closely attending to the three overriding structures of Self- and Other-Awareness, Motivation, and Autonomy across eight domains of clinical practice including intervention skills competence, assessment techniques, individual differences, and professional ethics.

The IDM stresses the importance of assessing the therapist's developmental level while at the same time providing the optimal supervisory environment for progression through those levels.

In this video, Dr. McNeill and his supervisee engage in a supervisory session, and host Dr. Arpana G. Inman interviews them about their work together, exploring the constructs of this model as they discuss highlights from the demonstration session.


DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2015 / () / 100 minutes

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COUNSELORS RESPONDING TO MASS VIOLENCE FOLLOWING A UNIVERSITY SHOOTING

This live demonstration simulates a crisis response counseling session in the wake of a hypothetical university shooting. It illustrates how counselors use de-escalation techniques to meet immediate needs for safety and stabilization of survivors as well as ameliorate intense emotional reactions.

DVD / 2014 / () / 73 minutes

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EMPOWERING YOUTH VICTIMIZED BY CYBERBULLYING

This program addresses cyberbullying by demonstrating the use of a solution-focused Adlerian counseling model with youth who have been bullied. The program illustrates the method through a live role-play as well as case studies and practical exercises.

DVD / 2014 / () / 88 minutes

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HOW TO LISTEN SO PARENTS WILL TALK

In this Therapy Talks video, John Sommers-Flanagan teaches how to listen, empathize, collaborate, and validate parents in ways that will open them up to influence. The talk explains the power and potential of working directly with parents and provides a rationale for why learning to work effectively with parents is an essential skill-set for all health professionals.

DVD / 2014 / () / 30 minutes

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IT ONLY HEALS WHEN I LAUGH! HUMOR IN PSYCHOTHERAPY

In this program, author, professor, and counselor, Dr. Paul Peluso discusses the use of humor in psychotherapy. He traces the link between humor as a method to express painful sentiments, as well as open new possibilities to clients.

DVD / 2014 / () / 30 minutes

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NEUROCOUNSELING: SHATTERING THE MYTHS OF THE BRAIN AND COUNSELING

This video examines the human brain and explains how behavioral and psychological symptoms have correlating physiological and neurological underpinnings.

DVD / 2014 / () / 30 minutes

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NEUROFEEDBACK: A BRAIN-BASED INTERVENTION

This program examines neurofeedback (NFB), a brain-based therapeutic intervention that has the ability to correct over-arousal, under-arousal, and unstable brain waves. It shows the neurological research that led to the process and explains how to reregulate the brain.

DVD / 2014 / () / 30 minutes

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COUNSELING MILITARY SPOUSES AND FAMILIES

This program shows a counselor working with a client to address PTSD symptoms in order to deal with the disorder's troublesome manifestations and strengthen a family's cohesiveness and supportiveness. It demonstrates how counselors can move families beyond a focus on the veteran's diagnosis as a way to rationalize his or her behavior. The program also shows how a counselor can challenge the family to make positive, sustainable changes to create more balanced relationships.

DVD / 2013 / () / 90 minutes

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COUNSELING RETURNING VETERANS WITH PTSD

This program presents a session in which the counselor helps a veteran client understand and change how he thinks about trauma and its aftermath. It explains that the goal of PTSD therapy is to understand how certain thoughts cause stress and make the symptoms worse. The program illustrates how to help a client learn to better cope with feelings such as anger, guilt, and fear.

DVD / 2013 / () / 73 minutes

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REMEDIATION PLANNING FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS REFUSING TO COUNSEL SPECIFIC POPULATIONS

Citing such court cases as?Ward v. Wilbanks et al. (2009), this program addresses how many counseling students struggle with counseling clients whose values and behavior conflict with their own principles. It illustrates how a counselor educator should approach such students in a non-judgmental fashion, offering the student new ways of thinking while respecting the student's value system and teaching about the values of the counseling profession. Microtraining Associates.

DVD / 2013 / () / 50 minutes

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THREE SCHOOL COUNSELING SESSIONS: LIFE IS WHAT HAPPENS WHILE YOU'RE ALSO GOING TO SCHOOL

Emphasizing that school counselors need to hold conversations that identify issues that interfere with learning, this program demonstrates three brief sessions with students aged 14 to 18. The conversations include a?female student struggling with her parents' divorce, a?female student discussing college and career possibilities, and a?male student discussing the personal and family struggles that lie behind his truancy.

DVD / 2013 / () / 123 minutes

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CELEBRATING CULTURAL DIVERSITY: A GROUP FOR FIFTH GRADERS - GROUP COUNSELING WITH CHILDREN

With Sheri Bauman

Two experienced counselors lead a six-part group counseling session with a diverse group of 5th grade students. The goal of the group is to increase members' appreciation of cultural diversity. Viewers will see members' developmental level, the leaders' choice of activities and processing strategies, and issues surrounding the concept of "culture" within the group. This DVD is an excellent tool for counselor educators teaching group work and for school counselors and guidance directors seeking relevant training materials.


DVD / 2012 / () / 287 minutes

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BUILDING A SUCCESSFUL CAREER IN COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY

By Sherry Smith, PhD & Susan Smith, LPC

Amid an ever-changing field, what are the most important things a beginning therapist should know? In this video, six seasoned clinicians discuss career paths, benefits and pitfalls of the work, successful business practices, and ways to prevent burnout.

More than ever before, new therapists are faced with a rapidly changing field that offers a dizzying array of theoretical approaches, licensure options, and business models. Amid these mystifying career prospects, what are the most important things a beginning therapist should know? In this video, a panel of six seasoned clinicians discuss their career paths, benefits and pitfalls of the work, successful business practices, and ways to prevent burnout.

Over the hour-long video, this diverse group (including MSWs, LPCs, a former HR worker with an MBA, a former musician, and a woman with a more intuitive approach to the work) speak to six different topics: traveling along the career pathway, the ebbs and flows of private practice, getting a job, concerns about the field, managing burnout, and a word to the wise. Firmly opinionated, they discuss everything from the joy of watching clients "become powerful" and the incredible variety of skills one can employ (i.e., blending private practice with university teaching and speaking) to the pressures of maintaining health insurance and "keeping the lights on" in private practice, as well as the manipulative clients that may enter your office.

You'll gain valuable information about a range of issues, a primer on the need to leverage your social networks to find choice jobs, and tips for making your practice burnout-resistant. With plenty of useful food for thought, this is a great resource for those just starting out or those supporting new therapists' growth.

By watching this video, you will:
~ Understand several possible educational, clinical, and blended career paths available to counselors and psychotherapists.
~ Discover business strategies and the importance of leveraging your social networks to find jobs.
~ Learn ways to practice adequate self-care and prevent burnout.


DVD (With Instructor's Manual, English subtitles) / / () / 42 minutes

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LEADING COUNSELING GROUPS WITH ADULTS: A DEMONSTRATION OF THE ART OF ENGAGEMENT

By Ed Jacobs, PhD & Christine Schimmel, EdD

How do group therapists deepen engagement while keeping things moving? In this video, watch two experienced co-leaders demonstrate core techniques for successful group therapy with adults.

Successful group therapy requires clinicians to contend with simultaneous moving parts. At its best, a therapy group presents ample opportunities for members' self-reflection, meaningful interaction, insight, and growth¡Xand group leaders must be skilled in creating the conditions for this. Given the plethora of approaches to this type of work, therapists can benefit from solid primers. This video offers just that, a comprehensive overview of the core skills and techniques of leading therapy groups with adults.

Here, Drs. Ed Jacobs and Christine Schimmel demonstrate a wide range of group therapy essentials with a gathering of eight women. For the purposes of producing a training video, these sessions all took place in one day, creating a condensed but nonetheless realistic microcosm of the experience of ongoing group therapy. Divorce, addiction, anxiety, and parenting are addressed and explored collaboratively, as the women support each other through reflection, crosstalk, and role-play activities.

Skills and techniques covered include asking good, deepening questions; using rounds to engage members; drawing out; holding, deepening and shifting focus; teaching concepts and ideas; use of props and chairs; and much more. With plenty of useful tips shown in a real group, this is an invaluable resource for any clinician who conducts group therapy.

By watching this video, you will:
~ Understand the arc of a successful therapy group, including its distinct phases.
~ Learn techniques to establish group rapport, deepen the therapy, and keep members engaged.
~ Identify the necessary skills for facilitating crosstalk, focusing on members' needs, and linking common issues.


DVD (With Instructor's Manual, English subtitles) / / () / 177 minutes

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INTEGRATING MINDFULNESS INTO COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY

By Ronald D. Siegel

What is "mindfulness" and how can we actually use it with our clients? Understand the principles of mindfulness-oriented psychotherapy and its application for a range of clinical issues in this new video with mindfulness expert Dr. Ronald D. Siegel.

As a mindfulness-oriented clinician, Ronald Siegel encourages us to help clients "befriend" their inner experiences rather than fight them¡Xand even their resistance can be similarly identified and approached with acceptance. Siegel defines mindfulness as "the awareness of one's unfolding moment-to-moment experience with acceptance"; this attitude also characterizes the mindful approach to psychotherapy, which Siegel illustrates repeatedly throughout this informative video.

Over the course of four live demonstrations, post-session debriefs, and plenty of commentary, you'll get a sense of the guiding principles of the approach, including practices you can start using with your clients right away. You'll see how the somatic elements of mindfulness support treatment for issues ranging from anxiety to chronic pain to childhood trauma, and you'll watch Siegel debrief with Victor Yalom after every session.

Addressing the various types of mindfulness practices available and their respective uses, formal meditation vs. mindfulness, and how mindfulness can inform both our personal lives and our relationship to our clients, Siegel offers much to chew on in this definitive video. Be sure to add this one to your library today.

By watching this video, you will:
~ Understand what mindfulness is, and how the therapeutic approach differs from formal meditation.
~ Discover tools and practices to use with clients exhibiting a range of clinical issues.
~ Learn ways to integrate mindfulness into other therapeutic orientations, either with experiential practices or an overarching stance.


DVD (With English subtitles, Instructor's Manual) / / () / 191 minutes

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