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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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Counseling and Psychotherapy Ethics: Self-Awareness, Competence, and Boundaries
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presented by Veronica Johnson, fl. 2017, John Sommers, fl. 2017 and Roberta Evans, fl. 2017 (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2017), 1 hour 41 mins

All mental health professionals and students need to be prepared for the wide range of professional ethical scenarios they will inevitably face. Ethical codes and decision-making models are essential to professional preparation, but students and clinicians need more than codes and models. Ethical practice also inv...

presented by Veronica Johnson, fl. 2017, John Sommers, fl. 2017 and Roberta Evans, fl. 2017 (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2017), 1 hour 41 mins
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The Politics of Healing: Creating Safe Clinical Space for Activists in Trump Era
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presented by Vanessa Jackson, fl. 2001-2017; produced by Microtraining Associates (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2017), 37 mins
This training film explores the unique challenges of providing therapy to progressive activists and the knowledge and skills that are required create "safe enough space" for processing and healing. This session engages an African American activist who is dealing with the personal and political impact of the politi...
presented by Vanessa Jackson, fl. 2001-2017; produced by Microtraining Associates (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2017), 37 mins
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Volume 2, Assessment Tools: Homicide Assessment, Episode 34, Homicide Assessment A-1
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in Volume 2, Assessment Tools: Homicide Assessment, Episode 34 (Carlsbad, CA: Symptom Media, 2017), 5 mins
Upon questioning, Shane appears calm and in control of his emotions. He does not feel victimized and denies being bullied in the past. He does admit, however, to having some violent thoughts and at times being impulsive. In the past Shane’s actions sent someone to the hospital but he did not elaborate on that...
in Volume 2, Assessment Tools: Homicide Assessment, Episode 34 (Carlsbad, CA: Symptom Media, 2017), 5 mins
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Volume 2, Assessment Tools: Homicide Assessment, Episode 35, Homicide Assessment A-2
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in Volume 2, Assessment Tools: Homicide Assessment, Episode 35 (Carlsbad, CA: Symptom Media, 2017), 9 mins
Christian smiles and appears amused as he answers questions about violence. He is a victim of bullying at school and he openly discusses his thoughts about killing and harming other people. He has chosen a time, place, and means to kill people. He reports that he once broke the arm of a child who teased him. Chr...
in Volume 2, Assessment Tools: Homicide Assessment, Episode 35 (Carlsbad, CA: Symptom Media, 2017), 9 mins
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Volume 2, Assessment Tools: Homicide Assessment, Episode 36, Homicide Assessment A-3
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in Volume 2, Assessment Tools: Homicide Assessment, Episode 36 (Carlsbad, CA: Symptom Media, 2017), 7 mins
Dan wishes Sarah, one of his classmates, would die. Although he is teased by “all the jocks” in school as well as teased by Sarah, he says he does not want to kill anyone. Dan, however, reports that if he were ever to get even he has specific plans in his head of how to use either firearms or poison. Upon fu...
in Volume 2, Assessment Tools: Homicide Assessment, Episode 36 (Carlsbad, CA: Symptom Media, 2017), 7 mins
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33rd Annual Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education, Cultural Competence in the Digital World: Centering Voices of Emerging Scholars
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produced by Columbia University. Teachers College; interview by Thomas A. Parham, 1954-, in 33rd Annual Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education (New York, NY: Columbia University. Teachers College, 2016), 2 hours 32 mins
Dr. Thomas Parham interviews emerging scholars of color to ask them about their journey through academia so far. Taking risks, and understanding how they engage in social justice efforts in the spaces that they occupy. The panel discusses the symbiotic relationship between community and academia, cultural competen...
produced by Columbia University. Teachers College; interview by Thomas A. Parham, 1954-, in 33rd Annual Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education (New York, NY: Columbia University. Teachers College, 2016), 2 hours 32 mins
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33rd Annual Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education, Giving Psychology Away:  How to use Social Media and Mainstream Media to Advocate for Social Justice
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presented by Kevin Nadal, 1978-; produced by Microtraining Associates and Columbia University. Teachers College, in 33rd Annual Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education (New York, NY: Columbia University. Teachers College, 2016), 1 hour 20 mins
In his keynote address at Columbia University’s Winter Roundtable of Cultural Psychology, Dr. Nadal discusses the power of media, finding your own voice, and how to use social media for social justice purposes. He reviews popular culture – celebrities like Beyoncé and TV shows like "Blackish" that convey soci...
presented by Kevin Nadal, 1978-; produced by Microtraining Associates and Columbia University. Teachers College, in 33rd Annual Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education (New York, NY: Columbia University. Teachers College, 2016), 1 hour 20 mins
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33rd Annual Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education, Mentoring to promote cultural competence in the next generations: A social justice imperative
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presented by Puncky P. Heppner, fl. 2013; produced by Microtraining Associates and Columbia University. Teachers College, in 33rd Annual Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education (New York, NY: Columbia University. Teachers College, 2016), 53 mins
"If you light a lamp for someone it will also brighten your own path". Buddhist Proverb. In his keynote address at Columbia University’s Winter Roundtable of Cultural Psychology, Dr. Heppner reviews the goals and roles of a mentor. Mentoring is not a "one size fits all" approach, therefore one needs to conside...
presented by Puncky P. Heppner, fl. 2013; produced by Microtraining Associates and Columbia University. Teachers College, in 33rd Annual Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education (New York, NY: Columbia University. Teachers College, 2016), 53 mins
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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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