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33rd Annual Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education, #Neoteric Racism: Racial Idealologies in Digital Spaces
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presented by Nayeli Y. Chavez-Duenas, fl. 2013 and Hector Y. Adames, fl. 2010; produced by Columbia University. Teachers College and Microtraining Associates, in 33rd Annual Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education (New York, NY: Columbia University. Teachers College, 2016), 49 mins
This presentation highlights the evolution of racism and how it is currently expressed in the new digital age. The authors present their research on how racism has shown up on Twitter during specific historical events of police brutality, such as the Michael Brown case. The authors review the implications in worki...
presented by Nayeli Y. Chavez-Duenas, fl. 2013 and Hector Y. Adames, fl. 2010; produced by Columbia University. Teachers College and Microtraining Associates, in 33rd Annual Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education (New York, NY: Columbia University. Teachers College, 2016), 49 mins
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Awakening Intuition
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written by Jeffrey Mishlove and Frances Vaughan; directed by Arthur Bloch; presented by Jeffrey Mishlove and Frances Vaughan; produced by Arthur Bloch (Oakland, CA: Thinking Allowed Productions, 2011, originally published 2006), 28 mins
We can train our own intuitive faculty by learning to quiet the mind and listen to internal signals. Frances Vaughan, Ph.D., says intuition involves a direct knowing without mediation by human senses or logic. She points to several types of intuition--spiritual, emotional, intellectual and physical.
written by Jeffrey Mishlove and Frances Vaughan; directed by Arthur Bloch; presented by Jeffrey Mishlove and Frances Vaughan; produced by Arthur Bloch (Oakland, CA: Thinking Allowed Productions, 2011, originally published 2006), 28 mins
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Body & Soul Series, 1, Creating Wellness: Taking Time, Making Time
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written by Gail Harris; presented by Gail Harris; produced by Drew Pearson and Gail Harris, in Body & Soul Series, 1 (Sherborn, MA: Aquarius Health Care Media, 2000), 26 mins
On location at the Omega Institute in upstate New York, Body & Soul finds out how each of us can be happier and healthier by becoming more aware of how we use our time. An interview with Stephan Rechtschaffen, M.D., explores ways to be more fully alive by consciously slowing down the rapid pace of life. The progra...
written by Gail Harris; presented by Gail Harris; produced by Drew Pearson and Gail Harris, in Body & Soul Series, 1 (Sherborn, MA: Aquarius Health Care Media, 2000), 26 mins
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The Book of Ethics
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edited by Laura Weiss Roberts, fl. 2008 and Cynthia M. A. Geppert, fl. 2008 (Center City, MN: Hazelden, 2008, originally published 2008), 181 page(s)
The treatment of addiction as a biological, psychological, social, and spiritual disease requires a high standard of ethical knowledge and professional skill. This groundbreaking, reader-friendly guide to contemporary ethical issues informs and challenges health care professionals, students, and faculty with a tho...
edited by Laura Weiss Roberts, fl. 2008 and Cynthia M. A. Geppert, fl. 2008 (Center City, MN: Hazelden, 2008, originally published 2008), 181 page(s)
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Columbia University Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology, From Community to Congress: My Journey in Social Justice Advocacy
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presented by Tania Israel, in Columbia University Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2014), 49 mins
Psychologists are equipped with skills and expertise that can make them effective social justice advocates, however, few receive training or guidance that enables them to achieve their potential in this area. Dr. Israel offers an inspiring narrative of her journey as a researcher and advocate, including entry into...
presented by Tania Israel, in Columbia University Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2014), 49 mins
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Ethics and Values in Social Work: Client-Centered Processes for Managing Ethical Concerns
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produced by Alexander Street (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2018), 2 hours 33 mins
Professional ethics are at the core of Social Work practice. Ethics provide accountability and guide decision-making and everyday professional conduct of social workers. This video provides social work students and practitioners with a series of practice-based situations that explore a range of ethical issues. Th...
produced by Alexander Street (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2018), 2 hours 33 mins
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Ethics on the Fault Line: Advanced Issues in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling
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presented by Peggy Keilholz, fl. 2011; produced by Missouri Institute of Mental Health; interview by Thom Pancella, fl. 1988-2017 (St. Louis, MO: Missouri Institute of Mental Health, 2011), 32 mins
Ethical issues and dilemmas challenge the practitioner. What are the guiding principles that inform ethical decision-making? How do the codes of ethics under which clinicians practice fit with the guiding principles? In this program, Peggy Keilholz expands upon the information given in her previous MIMH Training D...
presented by Peggy Keilholz, fl. 2011; produced by Missouri Institute of Mental Health; interview by Thom Pancella, fl. 1988-2017 (St. Louis, MO: Missouri Institute of Mental Health, 2011), 32 mins
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Evolution of Psychotherapy, The Wizard of Us and the Mything Links
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presented by Jean Houston, 1937-, in Evolution of Psychotherapy (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 2013), 2 hours 37 mins
We are Mything Links, the living connections between the great stories that speak to what is eternal in us and the playing out of these stories in daily life. Using the template of The Wizard of Oz, we will explore both experientially and analytically the psychological powers of this great story. Following the jou...
presented by Jean Houston, 1937-, in Evolution of Psychotherapy (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 2013), 2 hours 37 mins
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Evolution of Psychotherapy, Trauma, Spirituality and Recovery
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presented by Kathryn Rossi, fl. 1980-2017, Erving Polster, 1922- and Donald Meichenbaum, 1940-, in Evolution of Psychotherapy (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 2013), 1 hour 15 mins
The major way that people cope with trauma in North America is to use some form of religious or spiritual rituals and meaning-making activities. In this workshop, Dr. Meichenbaum will consider both the positive and negative modes of spiritual coping, ways to assess for client’s spirituality and ways to integrate...
presented by Kathryn Rossi, fl. 1980-2017, Erving Polster, 1922- and Donald Meichenbaum, 1940-, in Evolution of Psychotherapy (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 2013), 1 hour 15 mins
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Frontline Ethics: Issues in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling
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produced by Missouri Institute for Mental Health; interview by Thom Pancella, fl. 1988-2017 (St. Louis, MO: Missouri Institute of Mental Health, 2009), 32 mins
Ethical issues and dilemmas challenge the practitioner. What are the guiding principles that inform ethical decision-making? How do the codes of ethics under which clinicians practice fit with the guiding principles? This interactive workshop focuses on the use of the guiding principles, the codes of ethics, and p...
produced by Missouri Institute for Mental Health; interview by Thom Pancella, fl. 1988-2017 (St. Louis, MO: Missouri Institute of Mental Health, 2009), 32 mins
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