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Mental Health Challenges in the Athletic Training Room: A Team Physician's Perspective
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written by John M. MacKnight, fl. 2011, American College of Sports Medicine; presented by John M. MacKnight, fl. 2011; produced by Healthy Learning (Monterey, CA: Healthy Learning, 2011), 58 mins
Depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, grief, suicidality and dealing with the suicidal death of a teammate, bipolar disease, obsessive-compulsive disorder, phobias, and substance abuse are increasingly diagnosed in primary care sports medicine clinics. Employing a clinical case format, Mental Health Cha...
written by John M. MacKnight, fl. 2011, American College of Sports Medicine; presented by John M. MacKnight, fl. 2011; produced by Healthy Learning (Monterey, CA: Healthy Learning, 2011), 58 mins
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Physical Activity and Mental Health
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written by Carol A. Janney, Gail L. Daumit, Rod Dishman and Jennifer Hootman; presented by Carol A. Janney, Gail L. Daumit, Jennifer Hootman and Rod Dishman; produced by American College of Sports Medicine (Monterey, CA: Healthy Learning, 2010), 2 hours 1 mins
The (4) presentations from the Select Symposium at the 2010 ACSM annual meeting on the relationship between physical activity and mental health are offered on a single DVD. Featuring over two hours of authoritative information and insights
written by Carol A. Janney, Gail L. Daumit, Rod Dishman and Jennifer Hootman; presented by Carol A. Janney, Gail L. Daumit, Jennifer Hootman and Rod Dishman; produced by American College of Sports Medicine (Monterey, CA: Healthy Learning, 2010), 2 hours 1 mins
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Series II - Specific Treatments for Specific Populations, Self-Injury
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presented by Wendy Lader, fl. 1985-2017, Jon Carlson, 1945-2017; produced by American Psychological Association and Governors State University. Communications Services, in Series II - Specific Treatments for Specific Populations (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association, 2007), 1 hour 37 mins
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The videos in the APA Psychotherapy Video Series are intended for educational and training purposes. Unauthorized viewing of these videos is expressly prohibited. All participants have agreed to allow their clinical...

In Self-Injury, Dr. Wendy Lader demonstrates her brief analytic approach to working with clients who purposefully injure themselves. Self-injury, which often takes the form of cutting or burning, is best viewed as a coping strategy: Clients usually injure themselves because they want to avoid some painful emot...

presented by Wendy Lader, fl. 1985-2017, Jon Carlson, 1945-2017; produced by American Psychological Association and Governors State University. Communications Services, in Series II - Specific Treatments for Specific Populations (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association, 2007), 1 hour 37 mins
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Part 1
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written by Bob Taibbi; presented by Bob Taibbi; in Psychotherapy Bootcamp: Short-Term Treatment of Anxiety (PESI Inc., 2012), 1 hour
Whether it is because of agency demands for services, session limits by insurance companies, or clients’ impatience to put a problem to rest; short-term therapy is no longer just a clinical model, but increasingly a necessary approach to therapy services. It’s about interaction and direction, education and acc...
written by Bob Taibbi; presented by Bob Taibbi; in Psychotherapy Bootcamp: Short-Term Treatment of Anxiety (PESI Inc., 2012), 1 hour
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Series I - Systems of Psychotherapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Strategies
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presented by Keith S. Dobson; produced by American Psychological Association; interview by Jon Carlson, 1945-2017, in Series I - Systems of Psychotherapy (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association, 2011), 3 hours 37 mins
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The videos in the APA Psychotherapy Video Series are intended for educational and training purposes. Unauthorized viewing of these videos is expressly prohibited. All participants have agreed to allow their clinical...
Cognitive–behavioral therapy (CBT), a system of treatment involving a focus on thinking and its influence on both behavior and feelings, is one of the dominant approaches to psychotherapy. CBT is based on a model of psychopathology that emphasizes the role of dysfunctional beliefs and situational cognitions and...
presented by Keith S. Dobson; produced by American Psychological Association; interview by Jon Carlson, 1945-2017, in Series I - Systems of Psychotherapy (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association, 2011), 3 hours 37 mins
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Anxiety Disorders Made Simple
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presented by Daniel J. van Ingen, fl. 1999 (Eau Claire, WI: PESI Inc., 2014, originally published 2014), 140 page(s)
Anxiety Disorders Made Simple illustrates the most prominent psychological treatment methods for therapists to use with anxious clients. This book, rooted in current research, presents proven strategies to establish breakthroughs in anxiety treatment. Dr. van Ingen provides vivid, practical examples to empower...
presented by Daniel J. van Ingen, fl. 1999 (Eau Claire, WI: PESI Inc., 2014, originally published 2014), 140 page(s)
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