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Evolution of Psychotherapy, The DSV-V Proposal for Personality Disorders Classification
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presented by David Barlow, Otto Kernberg and Richard Landis, fl. 2013, in Evolution of Psychotherapy (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 2013), 1 hour 21 mins
Dr. Kernberg proposes that the DSM-V proposal is a helpful advance in the understanding of personality disorders, in spite of internal inconsistencies in its “hybrid model” basis. At the bottom, the psychiatric research community is struggling with a lack of an integrated conception of the development and str...
presented by David Barlow, Otto Kernberg and Richard Landis, fl. 2013, in Evolution of Psychotherapy (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 2013), 1 hour 21 mins
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Neurobehavioral, Social Emotional and Sensory Development in Infants: What All Rehabilitation Clinicians Need to Know
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written by Margaret Miller; presented by Margaret Miller (PESI Inc., 2011), 5 hours 58 mins
Accurate assessment of infants requires clinicians to be aware of many factors that occur simultaneously. You will come away with a blend of up-to-date information on qualitative components (neurobehavioral development, social emotional development, and the unique role of parents supporting their infant). You will...
written by Margaret Miller; presented by Margaret Miller (PESI Inc., 2011), 5 hours 58 mins
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Series I - Systems of Psychotherapy, Relational-Cultural Therapy
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presented by Judith V. Jordan, fl. 1973-2017, Jon Carlson, 1945-2017; produced by Governors State University. Division of Digital Learning and Media Design, in Series I - Systems of Psychotherapy (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association, 2009), 1 hour 35 mins
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The videos in the APA Psychotherapy Video Series are intended for educational and training purposes. Unauthorized viewing of these videos is expressly prohibited. All participants have agreed to allow their clinical...

In Relational–Cultural Therapy, Dr. Judith V. Jordan demonstrates and discusses this increasingly practiced approach to therapy. Relational–cultural therapy is a theory of doing therapy, as well as a developmental theory, that works on connection and disconnection in a client's life. A person's past relationsh...

presented by Judith V. Jordan, fl. 1973-2017, Jon Carlson, 1945-2017; produced by Governors State University. Division of Digital Learning and Media Design, in Series I - Systems of Psychotherapy (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association, 2009), 1 hour 35 mins
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An Asian-American Story
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written by Derald Wing Sue; presented by Derald Wing Sue; interview by Madonna G. Constantine (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2004), 1 hour 3 mins
Derald Wing Sue is the most cited authority on multicultural counseling and therapy. In this session, you'll learn about his near poverty origins in Oregon and how school experiences with discrimination led him to multicultural awareness and pride. You'll discover that oppression did not end with a Ph.D., but that...
written by Derald Wing Sue; presented by Derald Wing Sue; interview by Madonna G. Constantine (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2004), 1 hour 3 mins
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African-American Perspectives: Life Review Interview with Onawumi Jean Moss
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written by Onawumi Jean Moss; presented by Onawumi Jean Moss; interview by Allen E. Ivey, fl. 1980 (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 1998, originally published 1998), 1 hour 37 mins
Onawumi is a professional story teller and Associate Dean of Students at Amherst College. Students will find the narratives on racism and the struggle to find a way out of oppression moving and fascinating. No one tells stories better than Onawumi Jean Moss. Ivey uses Erik Erikson's life span theories to structure...
written by Onawumi Jean Moss; presented by Onawumi Jean Moss; interview by Allen E. Ivey, fl. 1980 (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 1998, originally published 1998), 1 hour 37 mins
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