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Distinguished Contributors to Play Therapy Series, Developmental Play Therapy: A Clinical Session
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directed by Garry Landreth; presented by Viola Brody, 1908-2003; produced by Center for Play Therapy; interview by Garry Landreth, in Distinguished Contributors to Play Therapy Series (Denton, TX: Center for Play Therapy, 1997), 1 hour 1 mins
'This complete and unrehearsed play therapy session demonstrates: Tools of developmental play therapy, using touch to create a relationship, the three stages of therapeutic touching, structuring the relationship and creating boundaries, making contact with a reluctant child, setting limits.'
directed by Garry Landreth; presented by Viola Brody, 1908-2003; produced by Center for Play Therapy; interview by Garry Landreth, in Distinguished Contributors to Play Therapy Series (Denton, TX: Center for Play Therapy, 1997), 1 hour 1 mins
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Doctor Is In, 2, Childhood Depression
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produced by Jamie Guth, in Doctor Is In, 2 (Millis, MA: Aquarius Health Care Media, 2000), 30 mins
4-8 percent of American children experience bouts of major depression. This program will look at depression among children, with special attention to what the children themselves say about coping with this disease. It includes interviews with David G. Fassler, MD, a Child psychiatrist and Author of Help Me I'm Sad...
produced by Jamie Guth, in Doctor Is In, 2 (Millis, MA: Aquarius Health Care Media, 2000), 30 mins
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Ending the Cycle of Violence, 4, Actions Have Consequences
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directed by Victress Hitchcock, in Ending the Cycle of Violence, 4 (Millis, MA: Aquarius Health Care Media, 2007), 23 mins
This groundbreaking series provides a bold new approach to Violence Prevention, which introduces youth to the essential life skills of: Understanding Consequences, Developing Empathy, Practicing Forgiveness, and Making Non-Violent Choices. The series is based on the nationally recognized community-based prevention...
directed by Victress Hitchcock, in Ending the Cycle of Violence, 4 (Millis, MA: Aquarius Health Care Media, 2007), 23 mins
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Keeping Kids Healthy, 3, Bipolar Disorder in Children
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in Keeping Kids Healthy, 3 (Millis, MA: Aquarius Health Care Media, 2005), 41 mins
One minute your child is on top of the world -- giddy with laughter, full of energy and confidence. The next, he's raging, or crying, or talking of suicide. There might be tantrums, even threats or acts of violence. What's going on? The answer might - might - be bipolar disorder (formerly called 'manic depression'...
in Keeping Kids Healthy, 3 (Millis, MA: Aquarius Health Care Media, 2005), 41 mins
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Keeping Kids Healthy, 11, Coping With an Alcoholic Parent
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in Keeping Kids Healthy, 11 (Millis, MA: Aquarius Health Care Media, 2006), 1 hour 7 mins
Your spouse is an alcoholic, and your family life is in chaos. Alcohol addiction has taken over the life of your spouse and your family. But there are things you can do while your spouse is drinking, and even if he or she stops to make things easier on your family life, and on your kids. This dramatic program take...
in Keeping Kids Healthy, 11 (Millis, MA: Aquarius Health Care Media, 2006), 1 hour 7 mins
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Series II: Specific Treatments for Specific Populations, Meaning In Life: A Case Study
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directed by Ed Meidenbauer, fl. 2018; presented by Clara E. Hill, fl. 1974, Clara E. Hill, fl. 1974; produced by American Psychological Association, in Series II: Specific Treatments for Specific Populations (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association, 2019), 1 hour 5 mins
Clara E. Hill earned her PhD at Southern Illinois University in 1974. She started her career in 1974 as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology, University of Maryland, and is currently still there as a Professor. She has been President of the Society for Psychotherapy Research, editor of the Journa...
directed by Ed Meidenbauer, fl. 2018; presented by Clara E. Hill, fl. 1974, Clara E. Hill, fl. 1974; produced by American Psychological Association, in Series II: Specific Treatments for Specific Populations (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association, 2019), 1 hour 5 mins
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Distinguished Contributors to Play Therapy Series, Reflections on Relationship Play Therapy
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directed by Garry Landreth; presented by Clark E. Moustakas, 1923-2012; produced by Center for Play Therapy; interview by Garry Landreth, in Distinguished Contributors to Play Therapy Series (Denton, TX: Center for Play Therapy, 1997), 55 mins
'Topics explored: The significance of patience in play therapy, activating the child's will, personal limits of the therapist, the importance of the relationship in play therapy, following the child's lead, making emotional contact with a child, discovering the very best in children, and setting limits in play the...
directed by Garry Landreth; presented by Clark E. Moustakas, 1923-2012; produced by Center for Play Therapy; interview by Garry Landreth, in Distinguished Contributors to Play Therapy Series (Denton, TX: Center for Play Therapy, 1997), 55 mins
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Distinguished Contributors to Play Therapy Series, Relationship Play Therapy: A Clinical Session
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directed by Garry Landreth; presented by Clark E. Moustakas, 1923-2012; produced by Center for Play Therapy; interview by Garry Landreth, in Distinguished Contributors to Play Therapy Series (Denton, TX: Center for Play Therapy, 1997), 36 mins
'A complete and unrehearsed play therapy session demonstrating: The process of building a relationship with a child, therapeutic limit setting, the therapist enacting personal limits, therapist's use of self in participating in a child's play, responding to aggressive behavior, Dr. Moustakas' ease in being with a...
directed by Garry Landreth; presented by Clark E. Moustakas, 1923-2012; produced by Center for Play Therapy; interview by Garry Landreth, in Distinguished Contributors to Play Therapy Series (Denton, TX: Center for Play Therapy, 1997), 36 mins
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Distinguished Contributors to Play Therapy Series, Jungian Analytical Play Therapy: A Clinical Session and Interview
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directed by Sue Bratton, fl. 2008 and Charles Myers, fl. 2008; presented by John Allan, fl. 1997; produced by Center for Play Therapy; interview by Sue Bratton, fl. 2008, in Distinguished Contributors to Play Therapy Series (Denton, TX: Center for Play Therapy, 2008), 54 mins
'Featuring Dr. John Allan in play therapy with a four-year-old girl. This complete and unrehearsed play therapy session demonstrates: Development of the therapeutic relationship, entrance phase of Jungian Analytical play therapy, creating physical and emotional space for the child's play, emotional constancy, posi...
directed by Sue Bratton, fl. 2008 and Charles Myers, fl. 2008; presented by John Allan, fl. 1997; produced by Center for Play Therapy; interview by Sue Bratton, fl. 2008, in Distinguished Contributors to Play Therapy Series (Denton, TX: Center for Play Therapy, 2008), 54 mins
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Five Approaches to Working with Adolescents
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written by Lucy Vail, MFT and Shannon Kellogg, PsyD; presented by Lucy Vail, MFT and Shannon Kellogg, PsyD, in Five Approaches to Working with Adolescents (Hanover, MA: Microtraining Associates, 2012), 2 hours 41 mins
All adults have one thing in common: we successfully survived adolescence. Here, we learn how to help our clients do the same! In this video, we'll review five key components of working with teens.
written by Lucy Vail, MFT and Shannon Kellogg, PsyD; presented by Lucy Vail, MFT and Shannon Kellogg, PsyD, in Five Approaches to Working with Adolescents (Hanover, MA: Microtraining Associates, 2012), 2 hours 41 mins
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