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  • John Krumboltz, PhD.
    John Krumboltz sees himself as a teacher and emotional coach. He doesn't think psychotherapy needs to be a mysterious process, and instead works with clients to figure out ways to improve behaviors and prevent problems from recurring in the future. In this video, Krumboltz helps his client Robin give up the struggle for her mother-in-law's approval. Through a role-play telephone conversation, she learns to shift the locus of control so she can take better care of herself in that difficult relationship--and leaves with plans to have this conversation in real life. Hosts Jon Carlson and Diane Kjos introduce Dr. Krumboltz and facilitate an enlightening discussion on the approach. Keywords: cognitive, behavioral, behavior, behaviour, behavioural, cognitive-behavioral, John, Krumboltz, cbt, coaching, coach, mother-in-law, family, in-laws, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Alyono, Jennifer; Ginn, Stuart D.; Shahangian, Arash.
    Pre-research rotation presentation. Atraumatic chemical cochleostomy / Jennifer Alyono -- Resident quality improvement projects. Safe reduction of hospital stay following cervical lymphadenectomy / Arash Shahangian -- Development and implementation of a secure, cloud-based system to support care coordination and continuity in the inpatient setting / Stuart D. Ginn.
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    Fisher, George A.
  • Connolly, Andrew J.; Khan, Salman.
    In this teaching video, Salman Khan talks with Dr. Andy Connolly from Stanford Medical School on what a colon tissue polyp looks like.
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    Concepcion, Waldo; Hollander, Seth A.; Maeda, Katsuchide; Navaratnam, Manchula.
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    Nelson, Karin B.
  • Karin Heller, MSW.
    For gay and lesbian teens, coming out can be a complicated and difficult process. They may be isolated, alienated from their family and peers, and feel the dangerous threat of homophobia in their community. In this video, you will watch real interviews with gay and lesbian teenagers and their parents as they share their experiences of coming out. You will also hear expert commentary by Dr. Wendy Rosen on the special issues these teenagers face at home and at school, as well as the different stages and processes they and their families go through in order to fully embrace their sexuality. This video helps pave the way for acceptance and community. Keywords: gay, lesbian, teens, teenagers, bisexual, bi, youth, adolescent, adolescents, queer, gays, homosexual, homosexuals, closet, sexuality, homosexuality, coming out, Karin Heller, Bill Domonkos, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Brennan, Richard J.
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    Rojas, Neal L.
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    Mark, John D.; Rubin, Jerry.
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    Minor, Lloyd B.
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    Schraga, Erik.
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    Hammer, Lawrence D.
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    Fries, James F.
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  • Irvin Yalom, MD.
    Weaving together fascinating tales from his own clinical practice with wisdom from the great philosophers, Yalom illuminates the existential perspective and how it can be skillfully utilized to enliven the psychotherapeutic encounter. Starting with the premise that "therapy is a synergy of powerful ideas and a powerful, intimate connection," he shares those ideas that he has found most useful in his life and work, as well as ways to leverage the therapeutic relationship for maximum growth. If you want to take your clinical work to a deeper level and help your patients come to terms with the ultimate concerns of human existence, there's no better guide in navigating this terrain than Irvin Yalom. Keywords: death, dying, existence, existential, meaning, here and now, therapeutic relationship, intimacy, philosophy, present, existentialism, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Nadaraja, Garani S.
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    St. Geme, Joseph W.
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  • George Papageorge, MFT.
    Papageorge takes on the big and small issues, including: pushing limits, values, the internet world, MTV, the wrong crowd, music, sex, curfews, drugs, house rules, and more. Papageorge's stories, ideas, and suggestions stick in our minds because they connect to the real life experiences that parents and kids live each day. George Papageorge, MA, MFT, has been presenting seminars on parenting, boundaries, and family life for over 20 years. For the first time, we have captured his engaging, humorous, and practical style in action. Parents, step-parents, teachers, family counselors and therapists will find this video filled with principles and practical tools. Conveniently organized segments make it easy to use for parent education and training groups. Keywords: adolescents, children, kids, teenagers, parenting, George Papageorge, teens, child, parent, power, struggle, discipline, punishment, drugs, rules, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • 2011 NEJM
    Jones, Dean R.; Meltzer, Joseph; Salgo, Peter.
    N Engl J Med. 2011-06-23; 364(25):e54[video]
    "The purpose of this video is to demonstrate the equipment and techniques used to provide intravenous conscious sedation for minor procedures in adults ..."--Website.
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    Linn, Susan.
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    Richman, Douglas D.
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    Bollyky, Paul L.
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    Buckingham, Bruce.
  • Steven Hayes, PhD.
    Working with a client who struggles with intense social anxiety, ACT founder Steven Hayes, PhD, demonstrates the principle of accepting what we cannot control. Though his client believes eliminating his anxiety is the path to freedom, Hayes helps him understand that he may never eliminate his anxiety, because he cannot control his inner world. Instead, he can choose to accept it without struggle and live in accordance with his highest personal values. However, there's also a risk of falling too quickly into what Hayes calls "pseudo-acceptance," which is what we see in the next session with a teacher struggling with panic disorder. With Hayes' insightful commentary, you'll learn to identify the signs and manage this pitfall with your own clients. Then in a poignant session with a mother suffering from depression, Hayes introduces us to the classic principle of cognitive defusion, which he employs to help his client detach from her thoughts and engage more deeply in therapy. Keywords: ACT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Stephen Hayes, control & acceptance, depression, anxiety, act in action, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Spain, David A.
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  • Ruau, David.
  • A series of films which demonstrates training in a variety of coping mechanisms and defenses.
  • A series of films which demonstrates training in a variety of coping mechanisms and defenses.
  • Albert Ellis, PhD.
    Watch Albert Ellis demonstrate his signature style in an actual therapy session: confrontative, headstrong and steadfastly rational and remarkably effective in just one session. Learn to use Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) from the man who developed the method in a therapy session with Roseanne, whose husband committed suicide in front of her and her baby daughter ten years ago. Ellis immediately points out how Roseanne uses the irrational beliefs of 'condemnation' and 'demandingness' to keep upsetting herself about the horrible event. Using REBT techniques, he helps Roseanne separate herself from her actions, reframing her belief that "I did a rotten thing/that makes me a bad person" to "I did a rotten thing/that means I made a mistake, but I am not a bad person." You'll be impressed at how quickly Ellis's reframes take root in Roseanne, as she repeats Ellis's teachings in her own words and from her own heart. Keywords: Albert Ellis, Ellis, REBT, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, suicide, suicidal, behavioral therapy, cbt, cognitive-behavioral, cognitive, behavioral, behavior, behaviour, behavioural, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Cathy Cole, LCSW.
    Thousands of helping professionals--including counselors, nurses, dietitians, and parole officers--are now using Motivational Interviewing (MI) with outstanding results. This in-depth video provides you with a unique opportunity to learn MI's core concepts and practice its foundational skills. By watching this video, you will gain a deeper understanding of how MI helps people overcome their internal obstacles to change and learn how to help your clients make decisions they can willingly and confidently enact. In this first video in the series Motivational Interviewing Step by Step, expert MI trainer Cathy Cole discusses the principles and spirit of MI, along with core concepts and techniques such as sustain talk versus change talk, the righting reflex, reflections and affirmations, and other ingredients for change. She describes current thinking on the process of behavior change and provides detailed guidelines for putting MI into practice in a variety of settings. With an emphasis on learning and practicing the fundamental skills of MI, this video contains numerous technique demonstrations with William Miller, the founder of MI, along with exercises in which viewers can pause the video, practice the skills, and then see how Miller and Cole would respond. Core Concepts establishes the critical philosophical and technical underpinnings of MI, which are explored in greater detail in the subsequent volumes: Increasing Importance, Resolving Ambivalence, and Building Confidence. By watching this video, you will be able to: describe the spirit of Motivational Interviewing and how it differs from other approaches; understand how MI is applied in counseling sessions, including developing a partnership, and listening and responding to the language of change; identify and practice specific techniques used in MI to engage clients, help them fully explore their ambivalence to change, and develop an action plan. Keywords: sustain talk, change talk, righting reflex, motivational interviewing, addiction, MI, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Rubin, Geoffrey D.
  • Bhagwat, Medha.
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    McGhee, Sean A.
  • Xavier, Denis.
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    Greicius, Michael D.
  • Frank Ochberg, MD.
    This video offers a rare opportunity: learn how to use a powerful technique for treating PTSD by watching an actual therapy session in the middle of a long-term course of treatment. Traumatic memories invade the consciousness of those who suffer from PTSD, presenting a profound challenge for both the survivor and therapist. In this video, Ochberg explains and models his Counting Method, a simple yet effective tool used to master the flashbacks and intrusive recollections so common in PTSD. During this extraordinary session, Ochberg works with a client with PTSD who is midway through a long-term, outpatient therapy. You'll see Ochberg explain the Counting Method to her, guide and anchor her through the recollection of a traumatic event, and then discuss and debrief the experience with her. It is powerful to watch this client move into, through and out of the pain of the torturous memories she brings forth. Ochberg teaches us a valuable lesson on how to work safely, effectively and compassionately with such difficult material. Keywords: Frank Ochberg, PTSD, treatment, treating, explaining, post traumatic stress disorder, counting method, mental health, therapy, trauma, flashback, intrusive memory, continuing education, course, credit, counseling, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Constance Scharf, LCSW.
    A growing number of couples in the United States find themselves facing the profound disappointment of infertility, which can place enormous strain on even the healthiest of relationships. When asked to rate their most stressful life experience, research participants in one study reported that the stress of infertility was nearly as devastating as the death of a child or spouse. Using a clinical illustration of a family systems approach to treatment, this video offers a framework for understanding the emotional and psychological impact of infertility upon couples who have sought unsuccessfully to conceive. Presented by the Depression Project of the renowned Ackerman Institute for the Family, the therapists walk viewers through a series of emotionally-charged clinical sessions with a real couple struggling with infertility. Keywords: couples, infertility, fertility, family, marital, family systems, adoption, IVF, pregnancy, miscarriage, conceive, conception, family planning, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Ellyn Bader, PhD and Dan Wile, PhD.
    What are the key issues that most couples face when entering couples therapy, and what are the best attitudes for them to adapt to make the most out of the experience? In numerous heartwarming stories, Bader and Wile explain how couples therapy works, and describe the positive changes that can occur, even for couples who appear at first hopelessly deadlocked. They describe the two most common patterns in couples: withdrawal from each other and avoiding dealing with critical issues, or engaging in repeated conflict that leaves each partner hurt and angry. Despite the hope couple's therapy offers, many couples (or one partner) are reluctant or afraid to seek professional assistance. Couples Therapy: An Introduction can help ease these fears by laying out a roadmap of what the process entails, and providing some reality-based encouragement on what kinds of changes are possible. This video will be valued by couples of all types, as well as the therapists and counselors who work with them. Keywords: couples, marital, Bader, Wile, beginner, early career, relationships, relationship, romantic, sex, love, marriage, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Barbara S. McCrady, PhD.
    Dr. McCrady reminds us that alcohol and drug problems always exist in a context that includes families and relationships, and that couples therapy is an important model for working with addictions. Dr. McCrady uses a behavioral approach that helps the client change his or her addictive behaviors, helps the partner learn to respond differently, and helps the couple change the relationship itself. In this addictions video, Dr. McCrady works with a young couple trying to change behaviors related to alcohol and marijuana use. Jon Carlson and Judy Lewis introduce Dr. McCrady, and facilitate an in-depth discussion of the further impact and uses of the model. Keywords: couples, Barbara, McCrady, addictions, addiction, brief, alcoholism, alcohol, CBT, cognitive, cognitive-, behavior, behavioral, behaviour, behavioural, relationship, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Karma Lekshe Tsomo, Bhikṣuṇī; Bielefeldt, Carl; Dalai Lama; Ekman, Paul; Wandell, Brian A.; Fields, Howard; Goldin, Philippe; Gyatso, Janet; Klein, Anne C.; Knutson, Brian; Mayberg, Helen S.; Mobley, William; Newsome, William T.; Ricard, Mathieu; Spiegel, David; Wallace, B. Alan.
    Morning session: Craving and choice -- Afternoon session : Suffering and choice.
    Also available: Print – v.1-2, 2005
  • Judith Rubin, PhD & Eleanor Irwin, PhD.
    Over the past fifty years, art therapy has become a recognized strategy for working successfully with diverse populations. Especially with clients who have difficulty expressing themselves verbally, art and drama therapy techniques offer exciting ways for therapists to make contact, connect, and begin a meaningful therapeutic dialogue. See how these simple yet profound techniques support clients in uncovering unexpected parts of themselves as they process traumas, explore their fears, and tap into strengths they didn't know they had. From puppets to pastels, sand play to scribble drawings, you will see a myriad of creative methods masterfully demonstrated and learn how to begin implementing these transformative practices immediately. Keywords: art, drama, sand play, sand tray, creativity, puppet, puppets, Asperger's, Asperger, autism, Alzheimer's, Alzheimer, veteran, trauma, combat, paint, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • 2008 NEJM
    Hsiao, James; Pacheco-Fowler, Victor.
    N Engl J Med. 2008-10-09; 359(15):e18[video]
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    Rizk, Norman W.
    Covers three cases illustrating challenges to critical care services, including organizational models, technology, and outcomes. The aging population taxes decisions about patient selection for life support modalities. Includes historical and economic aspects to emphasize why the general public, courts, and physicians need to establish appropriate goals of such care for patient welfare and appropriate resource utilization.
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    Dannenberg, Bernard.
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    Woods, W. G.
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    Arceci, Robert.
  • Coutre, Steven E.
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    Inouye, Sharon.
  • Popelka, Gerald R.
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    Angst, Martin Stephen; Butte, Atul J.; Gaudilliere, Brice; Shaw, Gary M.; Sirota, Marina; Stevenson, David K.
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    Weill, David.

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