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Carl Rogers on Person-Centered Therapy
Don't miss this rare opportunity to get up close and personal with the man named the single most influential psychotherapist of the past quarter-century. In this historic interview with Carl Rogers, filmed just two years before he passed away, the…
William Miller on Motivational Interviewing
If you've ever tried to help someone change, you've probably realized that taking the expert role and telling the person what to do often doesn't work, and usually leaves you feeling frustrated. Bill Miller, the founder of Motivational Interviewing, developed…
Mixed Anxiety and Depression - A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach with Donald Meichenbaum
Clients seeking psychotherapy frequently suffer from both anxiety and depression, making treatment particularly challenging. In this film, internationally renowned therapist Donald Meichenbaum demonstrates a brief, effective approach for treating these comorbid disorders. Viewers follow a dramatic recreation of key moments…
The Legacy of Unresolved Loss - A Family Systems Approach with Monica McGoldrick
Family therapy is well known for understanding the symptoms of the identified patient within the context of the larger family system. Monica McGoldrick has been a pioneering voice in extending the power of family therapy even further, helping us see…
The Gift of Therapy - A Conversation with Irvin Yalom, MD
The Gift of Therapy: A Conversation with Irvin Yalom, MD, the video, coincides with the publication of his book, The Gift of Therapy: An Open Letter to a New Generation of Therapists and Their Patients. In this hour-long interview by…
The Abused Woman - A Survivor Therapy Approach
Dr. Lenore Walker has worked with physically, psychologically, and sexually abused women for more than 30 years and has developed an approach to their treatment called Survivor Therapy. In this dramatic recreation of key moments in the two-year course of…
Mindfulness for Life - An Interview with Jon Kabat-Zinn
In an era of smartphones, Facebook, and endless distractions, practicing mindfulness is a radical act. Kabat-Zinn defines mindfulness as purposefully and non-judgmentally paying attention to the present moment, as if your life depended on it. Preoccupied with planning for the…
Confronting Death and Other Existential Issues in Psychotherapy - With Irvin Yalom
Weaving together fascinating tales from his own clinical practice with wisdom from the great philosophers, Yalom illuminates the existential perspective and how it can be skillfully utilized to enliven the psychotherapeutic encounter. Starting with the premise that "therapy is a…
The Therapeutic Relationship, Individualized Treatment and Other Keys to Successful Psychotherapy
Challenging the predominant view that manualized treatment methods are the gold standard for effective psychotherapy, Norcross shares empirical research that leads him to argue for a "middle path" that says it is both the treatment method and the therapeutic relationship…
Aaron Beck on Cognitive Therapy
We'd be hard-pressed to find a therapist today who hasn't in some way been shaped by Dr. Aaron Beck. The founder of Cognitive Therapy, and "one of the five most influential psychotherapists of all time" according to The American Psychologist,…
Depression: A Cognitive Therapy Approach
Cognitive Therapy comes to life in this reenactment of a 20-session course of therapy. Arthur Freeman illustrates the foundations and key techniques of cognitive therapy in a way that's enriching and easy to follow. Edward Crane blames his depression on…
Salvador Minuchin on Family Therapy
The founder of Structural Family Therapy, Minuchin has been inspiring therapists for over half a century with his wisdom and insight into what actually helps people change. You've read about him in your textbooks--now here's a chance to get to…
Tools and Techniques for Family Therapy - With John Edwards
Experience first-hand Dr. Edwards' deceptively nonchalant therapeutic style. Utilizing a blend of workshop footage, family sessions, and focused interviews, this video provides an overview of eleven fundamental techniques for effective family work. Segmenting Enactments Positive Reframing Mapping Draw-A-Dream Circle Method…
Rollo May on Existential Psychotherapy
"Existential therapy is something radically different. The aims are to open the person up--to help this person become more sensitive to life, to beauty. Now that sounds a bit sentimental, I know, but it's a very serious thing we need."--…
Children of the Camps
Shortly after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, President Franklin D. Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066. It led to the mass evacuation and incarceration of over 120,000 persons of Japanese ancestry... more than half were children. The impact of the…
Effective Psychotherapy with Men - With Ronald Levant
Men often seekpsychotherapy only as a last resort--the idea of talking about their feelings to resolve problems is not on the agenda. If they do seek help, they often avoid expressing their emotions due to fear, anxiety or learned ways…
Positive Psychology and Psychotherapy - With Randall C. Wyatt
In this landmark interview by Randall C. Wyatt, Seligman emphasizes that happiness is not just the absence of disorder, as "psychology as usual" might contend. Rather, happiness derives from an execution of our signature strengths. Seligman demonstrates a new set…
Psychotherapy with the Unmotivated Patient - With Erving Polster
Polster summarizes his approach: "Obvious therapeutic techniques will alienate him. Instead I'll try to stay in close contact with him, more like a savvy uncle than a therapist, meeting and matching him with sarcasm, humor, confrontation, and common sense. Everything…
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy for Personality Disorders - An Interview with Otto Kernberg, MD
Working with severe personality disorders is perhaps the most challenging task clinicians face. And while the psychoanalytic literature offers profound insights on this topic, it also can be quite daunting to many therapists. In this interview, Kernberg first lays out…
James Hillman on Archetypal Psychotherapy
Episode 1 of The Archetypal Psychology and Psychotherapy Series
If you're a student or professional in the field of psychology and you've ever wondered, "Hey, where's the excitement and imagination in psychology?" you've got a friend in James Hillman. In this fascinating interview, Dr. Hillman offers an inspiring critique…