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Evolution of Psychotherapy, 15, Working With the Body in Analytic Therapy
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written by Alexander Lowen, MD; presented by Alexander Lowen, MD; produced by Milton H. Erickson Foundation, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 15 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 1995), 1 hour
Lowen (1995) demonstrates with John who is dissatisfied with his body. Through exercises, Lowen helps John use his body to express his full range of feelings. Lowen explains that he does not rely on the mind to change behavior because of its lack of power. Lowen expects the body to free itself. The demonstration c...
written by Alexander Lowen, MD; presented by Alexander Lowen, MD; produced by Milton H. Erickson Foundation, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 15 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 1995), 1 hour
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Evolution of Psychotherapy, 16, Bioenergetics
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written by Alexander Lowen, MD; presented by Alexander Lowen, MD, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 16 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 2000), 59 mins
Lowen demonstrates Bioenergetics using a volunteer, Ann, a woman he used as a subject ten years earlier. During the intervening ten year period he had not met or conducted further work with Ann. She reports that since that first session she has been free of severe asthma attacks. She is now troubled by the death...
written by Alexander Lowen, MD; presented by Alexander Lowen, MD, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 16 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 2000), 59 mins
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Evolution of Psychotherapy, 17, Brief Therapy: Redecision Therapy
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written by Mary Goulding; presented by Mary Goulding, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 17 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 1995), 58 mins
Goulding (1995) demonstrates Redecision Therapy with three volunteer clients who are engaged in dialogue and experiential exercises. The first is disturbed because his mother did not spend much time with him during childhood and the trauma of having his father intrust him to shoot him with a gun. Next Dave is conc...
written by Mary Goulding; presented by Mary Goulding, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 17 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 1995), 58 mins
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Evolution of Psychotherapy, 18, Guiding Associations
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written by Jeffrey K. Zeig, 1947-; presented by Jeffrey K. Zeig, 1947-, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 18 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 1995), 56 mins
Zeig (1995) demonstrates the Ericksonian approach to psychotherapy while working with Carol, a woman whose nail-biting habit is rooted in anxiety. After gathering information on her personal history, Zeig helps Carol utilize her values and history to affect change. The process is both humorous and dramatic. Zeig o...
written by Jeffrey K. Zeig, 1947-; presented by Jeffrey K. Zeig, 1947-, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 18 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 1995), 56 mins
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Evolution of Psychotherapy, 20, Supervision
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written by Miriam Polster; presented by Miriam Polster, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 20 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 2000), 1 hour
Miriam Polster (2000) demonstrates supervision with Wendy, a clinical social worker who conducts therapy in the home. Polster’s supervision focuses on finding Wendy’s unique gifts and how these can be integrated into therapy. Next, Steve is working with a woman who has a history of bulimia and has threatened s...
written by Miriam Polster; presented by Miriam Polster, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 20 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 2000), 1 hour
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Evolution of Psychotherapy, 21, The Journey
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written by Zerka T. Moreno; presented by Zerka T. Moreno, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 21 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 1985), 1 hour
Moreno (1985) expalins the importance of role reversal. She demonstrates with Lori who discusses concerns related to her marriage. She examines her relationship with her father. Lori is asked to create a family structure using members from the audience. Moreno ends by sharing information about her own experiences...
written by Zerka T. Moreno; presented by Zerka T. Moreno, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 21 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 1985), 1 hour
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Evolution of Psychotherapy, 22, Using Focusing in Therapy
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written by Eugene Gendlin, 1926-; presented by Eugene Gendlin, 1926-, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 22 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 2000), 54 mins
Gendlin introduces Focusing by explaining the steps required to reach a level of focusing, including being present, listening and helping the client sense their body from inside. Gendlin demonstrates with two volunteers. The first is guided through feelings of tension in her shoulders and shakiness in her stomach....
written by Eugene Gendlin, 1926-; presented by Eugene Gendlin, 1926-, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 22 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 2000), 54 mins
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Evolution of Psychotherapy, 24, Humanization of Technique
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written by Erving Polster, 1922-; presented by Erving Polster, 1922-, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 24 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 1995), 1 hour 4 mins
Erving Polster begins his explanation of Gestalt Therapy by elaborating on important dynamics in therapy. He demonstrates with Delisa, who is troubled by her work with geriatric patients. Polster leads Delisa quickly and deeply into her own fears of death and loss. Polster jokes, confronts, and directs Delisa into...
written by Erving Polster, 1922-; presented by Erving Polster, 1922-, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 24 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 1995), 1 hour 4 mins
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Evolution of Psychotherapy, 25, The Role of the Therapist, The Role of the Client: Panel
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written by Thomas Szasz, Virginia Satir, 1916-1988, Rollo May and Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; presented by Thomas Szasz, Virginia Satir, 1916-1988, Rollo May and Carl Rogers, 1902-1987, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 25 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 1985), 1 hour 3 mins
The discussion begins with May who emphasizes the importance of availability to the client. Rogers states that the therapist serves a function rather than a role. Satir examines the expectations of the client and therapist and how the therapist is able to be a leader while still maintaining a relationship based on...
written by Thomas Szasz, Virginia Satir, 1916-1988, Rollo May and Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; presented by Thomas Szasz, Virginia Satir, 1916-1988, Rollo May and Carl Rogers, 1902-1987, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 25 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 1985), 1 hour 3 mins
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Evolution of Psychotherapy, 27, A Case of Social Anxiety
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written by Joseph Wolpe; presented by Joseph Wolpe, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 27 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 1985), 57 mins
Wolpe begins with his interview of a volunteer from the audience. The volunteer, Santiago, has a long history of experiencing strong feelings of anxiety and discomfort during social situations and describes himself as an overachiever. Questioning reveals that these problems are most intense when he is in situation...
written by Joseph Wolpe; presented by Joseph Wolpe, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 27 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 1985), 57 mins
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