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Bullying and Self-defeat
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presented by Albert Ellis, 1913-2007; produced by Thomas W. Allen, fl. 1970, Joan Z. Cohen, fl. 1972 and John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974; interview by Thomas W. Allen, fl. 1970; in Albert Ellis, a Demonstration: An Elementary School Age Child, Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley), 6 mins
Dr. Albert Ellis, the founder of rational and emotive psychotherapy illustrates his method that irrational beliefs are the source of emotional disturbance. In Ellis's system, the effective therapist unmasks his patient's illogical thinking or self-defeating verbalizations by bringing them forcefully to his attenti...
presented by Albert Ellis, 1913-2007; produced by Thomas W. Allen, fl. 1970, Joan Z. Cohen, fl. 1972 and John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974; interview by Thomas W. Allen, fl. 1970; in Albert Ellis, a Demonstration: An Elementary School Age Child, Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley), 6 mins
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Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series, Carl Rogers: The Right to Be Desperate, Parts 1 & 2
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presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; produced by John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974, in Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1980), 53 mins
Carl Rogers conducts a counseling session with an individual who has leukemia. Includes Rogers' voice-over comments on his technique and his observations.
presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; produced by John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974, in Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1980), 53 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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Explorations in Human Development, Concepts in Transactional Analysis: Stroke-Seeking Behaviors, Therapeutic Traps and Pitfalls. Therapy in a Group Setting With Morris and Natalie Haimowitz
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presented by Morris Haimowitz, fl. 1973 and N. R. Haimowitz, fl. 1973; produced by John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974 and Joan Z. Cohen, fl. 1972, in Explorations in Human Development (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1973), 28 mins
Excerpts from group therapy sessions are used to illustrate common stroke seeking behaviors by clients which serve to divert effort from therapeutic progress.
presented by Morris Haimowitz, fl. 1973 and N. R. Haimowitz, fl. 1973; produced by John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974 and Joan Z. Cohen, fl. 1972, in Explorations in Human Development (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1973), 28 mins
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Explorations in Human Development, Transactional Analysis: A Demonstration of Individual Therapy.
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presented by Emily Ruppert, fl. 1973; produced by Joan Z. Cohen, fl. 1972 and John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974, in Explorations in Human Development (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1973), 25 mins
This demonstration of Transactional Analysis begins with the client, Art, violently expressing the anger he feels toward someone who he considers as having betrayed him. As the therapy unfolds, it becomes apparent that Art's anger toward others is part of an "If it weren't for you" game which protects him.
presented by Emily Ruppert, fl. 1973; produced by Joan Z. Cohen, fl. 1972 and John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974, in Explorations in Human Development (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1973), 25 mins
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Explorations in Human Development, Transactional Analysis: A Demonstration of Individual Therapy.
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presented by Emily Ruppert, fl. 1973; produced by John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974, in Explorations in Human Development (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1973), 35 mins
Presents an individual therapeutic interview with Emily Ruppert, who lets the client express his feelings and thoughts and guides him through the discussion of his problems and offers ways to confront his problems.
presented by Emily Ruppert, fl. 1973; produced by John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974, in Explorations in Human Development (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1973), 35 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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Horizon, Series 20, Episode 20, Prisoners of Incest
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presented by Tilman Furniss, 1948-; produced by Robin Brightwell, fl. 1976-1996, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Horizon, Series 20, Episode 20 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1984), 55 mins
This documentary presents a dramatized recreation of a therapy session conducted between a woman, her three children, and her husband who is due for parole after being imprisoned for incest with one of the daughters.
presented by Tilman Furniss, 1948-; produced by Robin Brightwell, fl. 1976-1996, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Horizon, Series 20, Episode 20 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1984), 55 mins
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How Can Therapists Engage With Youth and Pop Culture in Helpful Ways?
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presented by David Nylund and Julie Tilsen, fl. 1985-2017; in iYouth: Pop Culture, Kids, and Counseling (Hanover, MA: Microtraining Associates), 4 mins
There is a long history of cultural studies research that argues first of all that media text, pop culture text, are not neutral. They don't just reflect reality. They actually shape reality. They constitute reality and they're constantly being evolved and re-articulated in interaction with the people who are cons...
presented by David Nylund and Julie Tilsen, fl. 1985-2017; in iYouth: Pop Culture, Kids, and Counseling (Hanover, MA: Microtraining Associates), 4 mins
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