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The Reentry Trap
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(GWC Inc.), 55 page(s)
Featuring Michael Johnson, this DVD looks at the fears and anxieties that accompany a prisoner’s reentry into society. It covers the stress of normal life activities, mixed emotions for family members, and substance abuse and emphasizes the importance of establishing supports and setting goals.
(GWC Inc.), 55 page(s)
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Set-Up for Relapse
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(GWC Inc.), 30 page(s)
In this DVD, Michael Johnson addresses the relapse dynamics of the addicted offender. He describes the roles of family and peer relationships in relapse and explains how boredom and a lack of activities can serve as a set-up for relapse. Johnson considers the view of sobriety as a temporary experience only to be e...
(GWC Inc.), 30 page(s)
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Shame and Addiction
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(FMS Productions), 28 page(s)
In this program, addiction expert John Bradshaw looks at the role of shame in addiction and offers guidelines for recovery. He teaches how to identify and address shame and explains how to avoid the transfer from drug or alcohol addiction to other addictions.
(FMS Productions), 28 page(s)
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Stepfamily Therapy in Practice
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(American Psychological Association), 100 page(s)
In this DVD, psychologist Scott Browning helps members of a stepfamily normalize their experience, increase empathy toward each other, identify mistaken beliefs that cause tension, and uncover techniques to avert issues that create impasses. Produced by APA Video.
(American Psychological Association), 100 page(s)
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Strategies for Sobriety
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(FMS Productions), 50 page(s)
In this program, William Loving describes chemical dependency as a chronic self-induced nervous system disorder. He explains how alcoholism and drug addiction can be managed through education and various therapies and advocates techniques that facilitate the patient’s use of the twelve-step model.
(FMS Productions), 50 page(s)
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Stress Management
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(Halo Films), 30 page(s)
Exploring the problem of stress management in modern society, this program defines stress and examines stress management strategies. It explains what stress counselors do and considers the efficacy of their remedies. The DVD also highlights the problem of stress addiction and considers its prevalence in the U.S.
(Halo Films), 30 page(s)
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A Universal Language for Healing
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(Expressive Media), 45 page(s)
Featuring interviews, archival footage, and photographs, this DVD presents art as a universal language and shows how it can be used in a therapeutic setting. It considers the contributions of art therapy pioneers, educators, and practitioners from around the world.
(Expressive Media), 45 page(s)
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The Use of the Genogram in Brief Therapy: Olga Silverstein
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(Milton H. Erickson Foundation), 60 page(s)
This DVD presents a demonstration in which author and family therapist Olga Silverstein shows the use of genograms to facilitate systemic change.
(Milton H. Erickson Foundation), 60 page(s)
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Variations in Health Status
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(Video Education Australasia), 28 page(s)
This program examines the significant impacts of income, region, race, and gender on health and explores their implications for current and future health status. The DVD looks at the relationship between poverty and illness, considers the differences in life expectancy between males and females, and defines key te...
(Video Education Australasia), 28 page(s)
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Working With African-American Clients
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(American Psychological Association), 100 page(s)
Considering the value of spirituality, interconnectedness, and self-knowledge in therapy, this DVD features Thomas Parham demonstrating the use of culturally based, holistic treatment strategies with a young 2n-American woman who is experiencing feelings of depression. Produced by APA Video.
(American Psychological Association), 100 page(s)
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