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Cross-Cultural Psychology



CULTURALLY SENSITIVE GUIDELINES FOR NON-BLACK THERAPISTS WORKING WITH AFRICAN-AMERICAN COUPLES

With Helm, Katherine; Dermer, Shannon

African-American couples often experience cultural mistrust when working with non-Black counselors, as they may fear being judged, stereotyped, or simply misunderstood. This video provides specific suggestions for how non-Black clinicians can more effectively build rapport and work with African-American couples. It discusses ways in which non-Black clinicians can understand the specific contextual factors impacting African-American couple relationships, how daily microaggressions effect such couple, how to enact culturally sensitive guidelines, types of presenting issues Black couples bring to counseling, how to join with couples, and how to deal with and interpret potential resistance and possible cultural mistrust. The video reviews the importance of being honest, genuine, and empathetic, the strategic use of self-disclosure, and ways to modify current treatment approaches.


DVD / 2014 / () / 30 minutes

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CULTURALLY SENSITIVE TREATMENT APPROACHES WITH AFRICAN-AMERICAN COUPLES

Counseling literature often speaks of providing diverse clients with culturally sensitive treatment, but rarely breaks down what this means within individual groups. Discussion of culturally sensitive treatment interventions with African-American couples is particularly rare. This program solves this problem by exploring specific culturally sensitive interventions with African-American couples, including identifying specific contextual factors that impact couples, evaluating intimacy threats to the relationship, exploring the connection between family of origin issues and couples issues, and understanding the role of racism, discrimination, and oppression on the couple.

DVD / 2014 / () / 30 minutes

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HELPING CLIENTS FIND THEIR HAPPILY EVER AFTER: CULTIVATING MENTAL HEALTH AND HAPPINESS

This presentation offers a clear, concise and simple definition of mental health and happiness, explaining that a conception of mental health success is needed to pursue it as a goal. It shows what clients can do daily to cultivate their mental health and happiness.

DVD / 2014 / () / 30 minutes

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DEVELOPING CULTURAL HUMILITY: HOW TO ENGAGE IN DIFFICULT DIALOGUES

This video demonstrates how to generate more authentic and genuine multicultural dialogues and relationships and contains dialogues between "white" psychologists and psychologists who represent historically devalued communities. The video instructs viewers how to better situate themselves in difficult dialogues, particularly at times when they might feel offended, don't feel like they belong in the conversation, or simply do not have the energy to continue.

DVD / 2013 / () / 85 minutes

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FIVE FORCES OF COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY: THE MULTICULTURAL INTERVIEW AND COUNSELING SESSION

With Allen Ivey, Cirecie West-Olatunji, Patricia Arrendondo, Thomas Parham

In any counseling or psychology program, classes in theory are arguably some of the most important and relevant courses of study. Lessons in theoretical insight provide the foundation needed to understand the dynamics of human behavior and choose the therapeutic approach most appropriate to specific clients and situations.

Counseling and psychology theories are often grouped into five key approaches, known as the "Five Forces". This video collection helps effectively link theory to practice by offering demonstrations that deconstruct these key theories.

Part I provides interviews with leading scholars and experts of each counseling force. These interviews discuss each theory's past evolution, conceptualization of client problem, role for the counselor, key techniques, and future directions. Part II shows counseling sessions with the same client from an expert in each force and concludes with a debriefi?ng session.


DVD / 2013 / () / 175 minutes

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MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING: MULTICULTURAL CARE IN PRACTICE

With Lillian Comas-Diaz, PhD

Culture influences how a client develops and expresses emotional distress and how that distress is healed through therapeutic intervention. Multicultural Care in Practice emphasizes culturally adapting psychotherapy to the needs of the clients, employing cultural competence to maximally connect with clients.

Becoming culturally competent involves a clinical commitment to gaining knowledge and awareness of the client's attitudes, which enables the clinician to intellectually, affectively, and culturally empathize with the client and demonstrate cultural sensitivity ¡X showing awareness, interest, and commitment to recognizing the client's culture in all aspects of the therapeutic relationship.

Multicultural care practitioners recognize the importance of clinical competence. However, they also recognize the value of cultural competence, and research indicates that clients who perceive their therapist to be culturally competent have better outcomes in therapy.

In this demonstration, Dr. Lillian Comas-Diaz works with an African American woman who is making a decision about dating a partner outside of her own culture. Dr. Comas-Diaz demonstrates cultural empathy in working with the client, discussing how this decision will impact the client's relationship with her family and how to preserve that relationship while remaining true to herself.


DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2013 / () / Approx. 100 minutes

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MULTICULTURAL FEMINIST LEADERSHIP: BENEFITS FOR ALL

With Melba Vasquez

Leadership skill development is an important goal for women and men of color. Diversity in leadership is a "compelling interest"? in order to ensure adequate representation of the United States' wide-ranging demographics and to improve legitimacy in the eyes of the citizenry. Culture and gender as identity variables can affect a leader's style, behavior, emergence, and effectiveness in many ways. The presentation includes descriptions of challenges, strategies for effective leadership, and personal examples from Dr. Vasquez's years spent in leadership roles, most recently as president of the American Psychological Association.


DVD / 2013 / () / 66 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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GROUP COUNSELING WITH CHILDREN - CELEBRATING CULTURAL DIVERSITY: A GROUP FOR FIFTH GRADERS

With Sheri Bauman, Sam Steen

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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MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING: CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY IN PRACTICE

With Pamela A. Hays, PhD

In Culturally Responsive Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in Practice, Pamela A. Hays demonstrates her change-oriented approach to psychotherapy, adapting mainstream cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) to fit the client's cultural identity, context, and preferences.

Key aspects of culturally responsive CBT include acceptance of core cultural beliefs, an emphasis on culturally related strengths and supports, and validation of the client's experiences of oppression with consideration of the need for environmental change. The culturally responsive thought-change process involves reconsideration of the helpfulness of thoughts rather than their rationality or validity. Culturally congruent homework is developed in close collaboration with the client.

Using everyday, culturally relevant language to describe and explain CBT, Dr. Hays works with a young African American Christian woman to recognize the client's culture as a potent source of strength and motivation.


DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2012 / () / Approx. 100 minutes

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MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING: WORKING WITH ISSUES OF SOCIAL CLASS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY

With William Ming Liu, PhD

Dr. William Ming Liu presents his worldview model of psychotherapy, which focuses on the client's personal history and the messages they have received about social class.

Dr. Liu interviews the client, a young female from an immigrant family, at length about her earlier experiences with class and how they influenced her social perspective throughout her life. As the discussion unfolds, therapist and client work together to establish understanding of the roles that the client has played to fit in socially.

Dr. Liu uses questioning to allow the client the opportunity to articulate her experience through a new language of her perception of social class, helping her to feel understood. As she starts to reveal herself through her experiences, the client lets go of older coping styles that obscure her emotions and identity as a member of an immigrant family.


DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2012 / () / Approx. 100 minutes

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RELATIONAL CULTURAL THERAPY

With Tonya Renee Hammer

Relational cultural therapy (RCT) governs the way humans live, grow, and form relationships. This video provides an introduction to RCT that explores concepts such as relational competence, relational images, and strategies of disconnection.

In the counseling session, Dr. Hammer models the theory with a client named Angelica, who is seeking guidance for her relationship with her boyfriend. Dr. Hammer skillfully draws out relational images and connections to show Angelica how her own expectations for her role in relationships have impacted the relationship with her boyfriend. Together they explore how these relational images developed from early relationships in Angelica's life, particularly her relationship with her sister.


DVD / 2012 / () / 60 minutes

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WORKING ACROSS CULTURAL BORDERS: EXAMPLES FROM HAITI

With Guerda Nicolas

A recent series of international reports, primarily from the World Health Organization, illustrate the urgency of responding to the mental needs of persons in low- and middle-income countries. However, many of these countries are not equipped with the resources to respond to a growing treatment gap. As a short-term solution, many mental health workers from the international community often travel to these countries to provide assistance; however, these initiatives cannot lead to sustainable programming. This talk shares some of the guidelines that have been used to implement sustainable international mental health programs and uses Haiti as a case study to provide an illustrative framework of a sustainable model of mental health programs.


DVD / 2012 / () / 47 minutes

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FOUR APPROACHES TO COUNSELING ONE CLIENT: MEDICAL, INTRAPSYCHIC, MULTICULTURAL AND SOCIAL JUSTICE COUNSELING MODELS

With Manivong J. Ratts, Ph.D.

Four counselors work with the same client who brings a multiplicity of identities and issues to the session. The helping models demonstrated are the: (1) medical (bio), (2) intrapsychic (bio-psycho), (3) multicultural (bio-psycho-social) and (4) social justice (bio-psycho-social-advocacy). An analysis of each model is provided along with its strengths and limitations. Dr. Ratts also provides a description of the social justice counseling model, which explores how biological, psychological, and sociological factors influence client problems and the relevance of advocacy in counseling.


DVD / 2011 / () / 154 minutes

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MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING: INTAKE AND FOLLOW UP

With Kevin Nadal

This two part series presents a real-life example of how a counselor can utilize multiculturally competent techniques in working with clients with specific disorders. The client is a Latina woman who has a history of mood disorders and substance abuse problems. Dr. Nadal is able to explore the cultural elements that impact the clients' problems, while utilizing traditional methods like strength-based counseling, cognitive reframing, and here-and-now processing. The first session is an in-take and assessment. The client leaves the session with an action plan. The second session explores the clients action plan, what has worked and what needs to be improved.


DVD / 2011 / () /

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MULTICULTURALISM IN THE CLASSROOM

This presentation, given by Florence L. Denmark, Ph.D., at The 29th Annual Teachers College Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education, discusses multiculturalism in the classroom.

DVD / 2011 / () / 39 minutes

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MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING: COUNSELING LATINA/LATINO CLIENTS USING A FAMILY SYSTEMS PERSPECTIVE

With Joseph M. Cervantes, PhD, ABPP

In Counseling Latina/Latino Clients Using a Family Systems Perspective, Dr. Joseph M. Cervantes demonstrates an indigenous therapeutic approach integrated with more mainstream psychological practice. This model, which he calls Mestizo spirituality, is a narrative approach that sees physical illness and psychological issues as interpersonal stories that, once told and understood, can provide meaning to the client. In this approach, the therapist takes on the role of a guide or cojourneyer helping to foster a healing environment for the clients.

Working with Latina/Latino clients involves assessing their level of acculturation, something that varies depending not only on how recently the clients have come to the United States, but on how the client's family relates to their culture and community.

In this session, Dr. Cervantes does a spiritual assessment of a young woman who is struggling with family issues, primarily her separation from her husband, who had been abusive and unsupportive of her life goals. Dr. Cervantes assesses the client's strengths, helping her to see that she may already have the skills and support to move beyond what she has experienced in the past as well as to handle the problems she currently faces.


DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2009 / () / Approx. 100 minutes

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MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING: CULTURALLY ORIENTED CAREER COUNSELING

With Nadya A. Fouad, PhD

In Culturally Oriented Career Counseling, Dr. Nadya A. Fouad demonstrates her approach to vocational counseling. The fundamental assumption of culturally oriented career counseling is that every client is influenced by his or her cultural context. This approach focuses on the role context plays in the choices the 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 toward solutions that might empower her to take some action to resolve the situation.


DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2008 / () / Approx. 100 minutes

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MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING: INCLUSIVE CULTURAL EMPATHY IN PRACTICE

With Paul B. Pedersen, PhD and Jon Carlson, PsyD, EdD

In Inclusive Cultural Empathy in Practice, Drs. Paul B. Pedersen and Jon Carlson demonstrate how to use this relationship-centered, empathic framework to enhance and deepen therapy. Empathy, as defined in the Western context, centers on an individualistic interpretation of human desires, pain, and reasons for seeking help. This DVD discusses and demonstrates ways to reach beyond this individualistic perspective toward a relationship-centered context.

In this session, Dr. Pedersen helps clients explore, discover, and leverage those internalized voices of their "culture teachers"¡Xthe people that teach them who they are, how to behave, and how to resolve problems or find balance in life.


DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2008 / () / Approx. 100 minutes

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MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING: WORKING WITH ARAB AMERICANS

With Naji Abi-Hashem, PhD

In Working With Arab Americans, Dr. Naji Abi-Hashem demonstrates his approach to working with clients with Middle-Eastern and Arab backgrounds. Arab and Middle-Eastern Americans are a heterogeneous group that includes people from the three major world religions and with origins in dozens of countries.

Dr. Abi-Hashem shows a general way to work with Arab American clients that touches on certain commonalties across these cultures, such as greeting clients with respect, awareness of personal boundaries and potential internal conflicts about living in the West, and reconciling tradition with American culture.

In this session, Dr. Abi-Hashem works with a young man of Jordanian descent who, in spite of the fact that he is very much an American, is trying to maintain his cultural heritage for his father's sake.


DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2008 / () / Approx. 100 minutes

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MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING: WORKING WITH IMMIGRANTS

With Rita Chi-Ying Chung, PhD

In Working With Immigrants, Dr. Rita Chi-Ying Chung demonstrates a multicultural approach to counseling clients who are immigrants or come from families that have immigrated to the United States. The approach Dr. Chung uses, called the multilevel model of psychotherapy, social justice, and human rights, provides a culturally sensitive framework for applying cognitive, affective, and behavioral interventions.

Because immigrants often come from cultures in which psychotherapists are not commonly consulted, the first step of this approach is to educate the client about mental health practices. Immigrant clients may often feel out of control in a new culture, so therapists may focus on issues of environmental mastery¡Xhelping clients understand how systems work, where to get assistance, and how to access resources¡Xin addition to more typical therapeutic concerns.

In this session, Dr. Chung works with a young woman whose parents emigrated from the Philippines. Dr. Chung helps the client deal with acculturation issues, particularly how to balance her parents' cultural expectations with the American culture within which she has grown up.


DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2008 / () / Approx. 100 minutes

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BARRIERS TO CROSS-CULTURAL COUNSELING

In this program, Derald Wing Sue discusses basic skills for and barriers to cross-cultural counseling. The DVD emphasizes the importance of understanding and adapting to cultural differences.

DVD / 2006 / () / 75 minutes

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MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING: MIXED-RACE IDENTITIES

With Maria P. P. Root, PhD

In Mixed-Race Identities, Dr. Maria P. P. Root demonstrates her approach to working with clients who are experiencing conflicts or distress because of mixed-race identity. Dr. Root's multiculturally sensitive approach seeks to strengthen or find a client's own voice and validate the client's experiences and ways of belonging in the world.

In this session, Dr. Root works with a young woman in her mid-20s whose mother is African and whose father is Latino. Dr. Root helps her client to look at various effects that her mixed-race heritage has had on her life. She illuminates the various struggles surrounding the client's identity as well as her resilience and the need for continued vigilance in discerning how society's "race rules" are causing much of the stress she is experiencing.


DVD / 2006 / () / Approx. 100 minutes

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RESEARCH FINDINGS ON CULTURE AND MENTAL HEALTH IN ETHNIC MINORITY COMMUNITIES USING NATIONALLY-REPRESENTATIVE DATA

This program explores cultural influences on the nature and distribution of health and mental health and explains that the context of immigration, gender, and age is critical to studying and understanding a client. It features a panel discussion on cultural and sociological research findings on race and ethnicity.

DVD / 2006 / () / 120 minutes

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MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING: COUNSELING LATINA/LATINO CLIENTS

With Patricia Arredondo, PhD

In Counseling Latina/Latino Clients, Dr. Patricia Arredondo demonstrates her contextual, psychohistorical approach to therapy with clients whose heritage is from one of the many Spanish speaking countries. Her approach takes into consideration not just the client as an individual, but the client in context. This means attending to the client's culture, family traditions, religious beliefs, current situation, and historical context.

In this session, Dr. Arredondo helps a 39-year-old Latina woman work out how to fit the changes in her life into the context of her family's expectations of her as well as her own life goals.


DVD / 2005 / () / Approx. 100 minutes

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MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING: WORKING WITH AFRICAN AMERICAN CLIENTS

With Thomas A. Parham, PhD

In Working With African American Clients, Dr. Thomas A. Parham demonstrates an African-centered, culturally based approach that can augment any therapy with African American clients. Dr. Parham's approach honors spirituality, interconnectedness, and self-knowledge, and is aimed at treating the client holistically¡Xthat is, without dividing a client's issues into affective, cognitive, and behavioral factors.

In this session, Dr. Parham works with a young woman who, because of a felony on her record, has been unable to find paying work in a job she is passionate about. Her frustration has led to her feeling depressed, and the only factors keeping her from giving up are her religious faith and her desire to give her daughters a better life. Dr. Parham works to help this client see the value in therapy, recognize her strengths, emphasizing her wisdom, faith, and intelligence, so that she may realize that she may already be prepared to make changes in her life.


DVD / 2005 / () / Approx. 100 minutes

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MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING: WORKING WITH ASIAN AMERICAN CLIENTS

With Jean Lau Chin, EdD, ABPP

In Working With Asian American Clients, Dr. Jean Lau Chin demonstrates an approach that addresses issues of culture and cultural competence within the therapeutic session, in essence acknowledging the client's culture as a "third person" in the therapy room.

In this session, Dr. Chin works with a 40-year-old woman who immigrated to the United States from Vietnam who is dealing with issues surrounding her family's reactions to her separation from her husband. Dr. Chin works to build rapport and trust with the client by understanding her perspective, allowing her to express her emotions and open up about her life problems.


DVD / 2005 / () / Approx. 100 minutes

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MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING: WORKING WITH NATIVE AMERICANS

With Winona F. Simms, PhD

In Working With Native Americans, Dr. Winona F. Simms illustrates her approach to working with clients who are of Native American descent. Because of a history of oppression by the dominant culture, Native American clients may present for therapy with distrust in the therapist, so it is important to first build trust and to allow the client to speak and be heard.

In this session, Dr. Simms demonstrates how she instills trust in a new client, a young woman of the Winnebago and Sioux nations who is experiencing some tensions in her family regarding her school performance and her relationship with her biological father. Dr. Simms helps the client to view the problems she is having from the broader perspective of becoming an adult member of her family.


DVD / 2005 / () / Approx. 100 minutes

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MULTI-THEORETICAL COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY: MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY

With Jeff Brooks-Harris

Jeff demonstrates multicultural skills with a female Asian-Pacific graduate student who is experiencing symptoms of anxiety related to discrimination. Winter works with a Latina woman who feels culturally isolated and became depressed after her husband was deployed to Iraq.

Fourteen specific strategies are demonstrated:
Viewing Clients Culturally
Clarifying the Impact of Culture
Creating Culturally-Appropriate Relationships
Celebrating Diversity
Illuminating Similarities and Differences
Recognizing the Impact of Identity
Facilitating Identity Development
Appreciating Multiple Identities
Highlighting Oppression and Privilege
Exploring Societal Expectations
Supporting Social Action
Integrating Spiritual Awareness
Becoming Aware of the Therapist?s Worldview
Reducing Cultural Biases


DVD / 2001 / () / 60 minutes

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CELEBRATING CULTURAL DIVERSITY: A GROUP FOR FIFTH GRADERS

By Sam Steen, PhD & Sheri Bauman, PhD

Watch this diverse group of children engage in activities and discussions that increase their awareness of their own cultures and their appreciation for differences.

There are so many wonderful activities demonstrated in this video that are easy to learn and implement. One particularly powerful exercise takes place in the third session, when the group begins to directly face the pain of discrimination and ignorance. In this activity, called "Words Hurt," Dr. Bauman reads words which represent hurtful or discriminatory things that many people hear throughout their lifetime. The children are given Styrofoam balls, which represent the inner self, and are asked to insert toothpicks into their "self" when Dr. Bauman reads a hurtful comment that they have heard directed towards them. In this emotional session, we begin to see how prevalent teasing and discrimination are in these young children's lives, and how important it is to offer safe spaces where children can talk about the pain they have experienced, so they can begin to heal from shame and learn to celebrate differences. This comprehensive video will help you create such a space.

By watching this video, you will:
~ Learn how to create a therapeutic environment to increase children's awareness and appreciation of multiculturalism.
~ Increase your skills in leading and co-leading groups.
~ Understand how to facilitate developmentally appropriate activities and discussions that foster reflection.


DVD (With Instructor's Manual) / / () / 286 minutes

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GROUP COUNSELING WITH ADOLESCENTS: A MULTICULTURAL APPROACH

By Sam Steen, PhD, & Sheri Bauman, PhD

Over the course of eight sessions with a multicultural group of eighth graders, Drs. Sam Steen and Sheri Bauman offer child therapists a thorough picture of the issues adolescents face and ways to deepen connection around them.

While many training videos present a single session of therapy or use actors to reenact a course of treatment, this video is remarkable in that you'll witness eight actual sessions of group counseling with teens.

Creating safety for adolescents to express emotional vulnerability can seem particularly difficult given this population's much-documented resistance to self-disclosure. Moreover, working with this age group poses challenges related to managing energy levels and varying degrees of introversion and extraversion. Steen and Bauman prove their skill in all of these areas, facilitating crosstalk and direct interaction among their group members while encouraging relational risks and deeper thinking about the experiences that connect us all.

You'll be impressed by the range of issues these children bring to the group, from feeling "weird" for enjoying reading, to worrying about relationships, to rumors and bullying, and much more. With so much of our therapeutic work occurring in isolation from other professionals, you'll find it particularly instructive to see how these two talented therapists authentically connect with the teens and complement each other's facilitation styles. Perhaps you'll be inspired to co-lead a group yourself!

In this minimally edited video, Steen and Bauman offer a transparent, thoughtful deconstruction of their methods that anyone working with adolescents will find educational and refreshing.

By watching this video, you will:
~ Learn how to present discussion topics in age-appropriate ways that create safety to self-disclose.
~ Discover ways to enliven and focus the group when energy is low.
~ Identify how and when to adjust activities based on observations of group members.


Streaming (1 Year) / / () / 85 minutes

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GROUP COUNSELING WITH CHILDREN: A MULTICULTURAL APPROACH

By Sam Steen, PhD, & Sheri Bauman, PhD

Watch this diverse group of children engage in activities and discussions that increase their awareness of their own cultures and their appreciation for differences.

By watching this video, you will:
~ Learn how to create a therapeutic environment to increase children's awareness and appreciation of multiculturalism.
~ Increase your skills in leading and co-leading groups.
~ Understand how to facilitate developmentally appropriate activities and discussions that foster reflection.


2 DVDs (With Instructor's Manual) / / () / 286 minutes

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GROUP COUNSELING WITH CHILDREN: A MULTICULTURAL APPROACH

By Sam Steen, PhD, & Sheri Bauman, PhD

Watch this diverse group of children engage in activities and discussions that increase their awareness of their own cultures and their appreciation for differences.

By watching this video, you will:
~ Learn how to create a therapeutic environment to increase children's awareness and appreciation of multiculturalism.
~ Increase your skills in leading and co-leading groups.
~ Understand how to facilitate developmentally appropriate activities and discussions that foster reflection.


Streaming (1 Year) / / () / 286 minutes

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MULTICULTURAL COMPETENCE IN COUNSELING & PSYCHOTHERAPY

By Derald Wing Sue

In this provocative interview with multicultural expert Derald Wing Sue, learn about the history of multicultural counseling, the unmet needs of diverse clients, and ways to counter the culture-bound values that may be impacting your work.

It's not enough to bring an empathic stance to multicultural clients, argues Dr. Derald Wing Sue in this brand-new video interview. The seasoned researcher, clinician, and author of Counseling the Culturally Diverse¡Xthe groundbreaking text that, more than three decades after its release, remains the most frequently cited and widely used resource on cross-cultural counseling¡Xmaintains that when it comes to working with minority clients, taking a frank, unbiased look at our own place within our culture is crucial for attracting clients of a differing culture to your office, establishing a trusting working alliance, and meeting their ongoing therapeutic needs.

Sue breaks down several of his well-known concepts here, illustrating ideas such as white privilege and its invisibility in traditional clinical theory; the three levels of identification that white therapists tend to miss with minority clients, leading them to feel dismissed and potentially pathologized; and the cumulative microaggresions that plague members of cultural minorities on a daily basis. He also describes why talking about race can be challenging in the consulting room.

In addition to these frameworks, you'll watch Sue discuss ways to counter this cultural conditioning during clinical training, including his first-of-its-kind program that weaves cross-cultural immersion into multiple aspects of the educational process.

Whether you're looking to deepen your cultural competence, wanting to learn more about the origin of multicultural counseling theories, or are searching for practical applications for your work with clients, you'll find plenty to chew on in this riveting interview with a pioneer in our field.

By watching this video, you will:
~ Deepen your understanding of white privilege, microagressions, and other important cross-cultural counseling concepts.
~ Consider how your own cultural background may be impacting your approach to clinical work.
~ Learn tools for developing multicultural competence with diverse client populations.


DVD (With Instructor's Manual, English subtitles) / / () / 84 minutes

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