17 results for your search

Evolution of Psychotherapy, 5, The Behavior Change Request Dialogue
See details
written by Harville Hendrix, 1935-; presented by Harville Hendrix, 1935-, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 5 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 2011), 52 mins
Educational Objectives: 1) To describe two patterns used for a behavior change. 2) Given a patient with a behavior problem, propose a behavior change dialogue.
written by Harville Hendrix, 1935-; presented by Harville Hendrix, 1935-, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 5 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 2011), 52 mins
Segments
×
Introducing Listening and Counselling Skills
See details
presented by Maureen Moore, fl. 1999 (Glastonbury, England: Counselling Channel, 2008), 46 mins
This video portrays a day in the life of a mother (Mary) and her 19 year old son (Sean) where the relationship between them has broken down and neither is listening to the other. The day starts with an argument over breakfast. After the argument Sean looks for someone to talk to but his mate doesn’t listen. Ma...
presented by Maureen Moore, fl. 1999 (Glastonbury, England: Counselling Channel, 2008), 46 mins
×
Leading Counseling Groups with Adults: A Demonstration of the Art of Engagement
See details
presented by Christine Schimmel, fl. 2014 and Ed Jacobs, fl. 2014 (Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association, 2015), 2 hours 58 mins
This seminar presents a series of group counseling sessions and highlights the art of engagement.
presented by Christine Schimmel, fl. 2014 and Ed Jacobs, fl. 2014 (Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association, 2015), 2 hours 58 mins
×
The Play Therapists' Language of Change: Releasing Children's Creative Capacities
See details
written by Garry Landreth; presented by Garry Landreth (Denton, TX: Center for Play Therapy, 2003), 54 mins
Topics explored are:* Characteristics of therapeutic responses* Demonstration of how to respond to children's questions, anger, wanting to leave, etc.* Returning responsibility to children* Responses that keep the child in the lead in the therapeutic process* Four essential questions to ask in evaluating the...
written by Garry Landreth; presented by Garry Landreth (Denton, TX: Center for Play Therapy, 2003), 54 mins
×
Are You in Zennor
See details
written by Mike Simmons; presented by Mike Simmons; produced by Mike Simmons (Newport, Wales: University of South Wales, Newport, 2002), 1 hour 9 mins
Though this programme will undoubtedly be of value to anybody in the early stages of counselling training, it has been designed to help those who don’t want to be counsellors to use counselling skills as part of their job. In this way the nurse can be a more effective nurse, the social worker a more effective s...
written by Mike Simmons; presented by Mike Simmons; produced by Mike Simmons (Newport, Wales: University of South Wales, Newport, 2002), 1 hour 9 mins
×
A Strange and Strong Sensation: Symbolic Modelling and Change with Metaphor
See details
presented by James Lawley, fl. 1993 and Penny Tompkins, fl. 1993 (London, England: Developing Company, 2003), 1 hour
Advances in contemporary psychology have matched recent breakthroughs in the science of self-organising systems and complexity theory. This video offers coaches, psychotherapists and other mental health professionals an opportunity to experience the benefits now available through these innovations. Symbolic Model...
presented by James Lawley, fl. 1993 and Penny Tompkins, fl. 1993 (London, England: Developing Company, 2003), 1 hour
×
Basic Listening Sequence & Issues of Trauma
See details
written by Allen E. Ivey, fl. 1980 and Hodges Glenn; presented by Allen E. Ivey, fl. 1980 and Hodges Glenn (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 1993), 27 mins
This instructional video, featuring therapists Allen E. Ivey and Glenn Hodges, is about the basic listening sequence and issues of trauma.
written by Allen E. Ivey, fl. 1980 and Hodges Glenn; presented by Allen E. Ivey, fl. 1980 and Hodges Glenn (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 1993), 27 mins
×
Good Practice, Bad Practice
See details
written by Mike Simmons; presented by Mike Simmons; produced by Mike Simmons (Newport, Wales: University of South Wales, Newport, 2004), 50 mins
This programme illustrates good and bad practice in action. It gives you an opportunity to look at two alternative responses to the same client material. We see a key worker discussing a work issue with his manager in an unscripted role play. In the first of these the manager does not use counselling or communicat...
written by Mike Simmons; presented by Mike Simmons; produced by Mike Simmons (Newport, Wales: University of South Wales, Newport, 2004), 50 mins
×
Carl Rogers On Counseling: A Personal Perspective
See details
presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; with Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; produced by John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974 (New York, NY: John Whiteley, 1977), 26 mins
In this episode, Carl Rogers reflects on his work in encounter groups. He explains the purpose of reflecting a client’s feelings, discusses the issue of experiencing and expressing anger, and considers the function of insight in his counseling model.
presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; with Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; produced by John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974 (New York, NY: John Whiteley, 1977), 26 mins
×
Child-Centered Play Therapy: A Clinical Session
See details
written by Garry Landreth; presented by Garry Landreth (Denton, TX: Center for Play Therapy, 2012), 49 mins
This complete and unrehearsed play therapy session demonstrates:* The process of building a relationship with a child* Following the child’s lead* Facilitating the development of children’s strengths* Responding to accidents in the playroom* Building a child’s self-esteem* Returning responsibility to the...
written by Garry Landreth; presented by Garry Landreth (Denton, TX: Center for Play Therapy, 2012), 49 mins
Segments
×

Pages