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    Maldonado, Yvonne.
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  • Steven Hayes, PhD.
    In his customary active and engaged style, ACT founder Steven Hayes uses a series of mindfulness techniques to help Tony, a client in recovery from addiction, come into contact with his most deeply-held values and beliefs. Once these values are clearly established, Hayes works experientially with Tony to uncover the link between his values and his emotional pain, creating the groundwork for Tony to create goals imbued with meaning and purpose. We also get to see how the ACT model is applied to working with chronic pain patients in sessions with a teenager and an adult, each of whom struggle with severe daily pain. The "acceptance" aspect of ACT is fundamental in working with these clients, since they cannot connect with their deeper values without squarely facing the reality of their chronic pain conditions. And in an impressive session with a depressed young mother, master ACT therapist Rainer Sonntag quickly and deftly helps her define her values as a parent and set goals for herself. Your clinical work will never be the same after watching these transformative sessions. Don't miss it! Keywords: ACT, acceptance and commitment therapy, act in action series, Steven Hayes, values and action, chronic pain, Rainer Sonntag, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Bill Doherty, PhD.
    Has the field of psychotherapy gone too far with the cultural imperative to "do your own thing," as we encourage our clients to liberate themselves from social conformity? According to William Doherty, what's needed now is not freedom from an overly powerful moral code, but just the opposite: to take the moral domain seriously in the consultation room. Jan is a high-functioning woman who is dealing with a difficult moral dilemma that many therapists will recognize: she is a wife and mother, unfulfilled in her marriage, and she recently began having an affair. In this session with Jan, Dr. Doherty demonstrates Value-Sensitive Therapy by first honoring both sides of her dilemma, and then making it clear that he values marital commitment. From this values-based perspective, he encourages Jan to work on finding more fulfillment in her marriage, beginning by being honest with her husband about the affair. Many therapists will find this approach controversial, because most of us have been taught not to bring our own values into the therapy room. However, according to Doherty, neutrality is a myth and "we cannot not influence our clients." The group discussion after the session is particularly fascinating, as the therapists grapple with the complexities of bringing morality into therapy. Part of the 10-video series: Family Therapy with the Experts. Keywords: moral, values, cheating, affair, couples, morality, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Stevenson, David A.
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    Mallidi, Hari.
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    VideoEndocrinology delivers high-quality peer-reviewed videos of cutting-edge surgical and diagnostic imaging techniques and technologies covering thyroid, parathyroid, pancreatic, pituitary, and adrenal tumors and diseases, with minimally invasive, robotic, and open surgical procedures.
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    Videourology, the online peer-reviewed complement to Journal of Endourology, offers high-caliber video demonstrations of the latest cutting-edge robotic and laparoscopic surgical techniques and technologies as well as urologic endoscopic treatments designed to enable physicians to view and evaluate new minimally invasive and noninvasive techniques and apply them to their practice.
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    Berland, Gretchen K.
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    Prober, Charles G.
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    Camargo, Carlos A.
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    Feldman, David.
  • Robert Firestone, PhD.
    What prevents most people from being able to sustain romantic, meaningful relationships that satisfy their needs and desires? In this film, actual group participants identify negative thoughts or voices toward themselves and others that seriously impair their capacity for intimate relating. Dr. Robert Firestone helps them identify and understand this negative thought process, and challenge the self-defeating behavior patterns through the powerful technique of Voice Therapy. Voice Therapy quickly taps into clients' core negative beliefs and combines insight with deep affect in a way that profoundly shifts clients' point of view toward self and others to a more compassionate and realistic perspective. By verbalizing their negative thoughts in the second person, clients are able to separate themselves from their harsh and hostile inner voices. Through the use of this technique and further collaboration with the therapist on resisting destructive acting out and increasing positive behavior, clients gain greater levels of intimacy in their relationships, experience a lift in their depression, and resist relapse into self-defeating behaviors. Keywords: voices, relationships, Robert, Firestone, Robert Firestone, Lisa, child, childhood, trauma, voice, technique, psychotherapist, counselor, psychology, psychologist, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • The Glendon Association.
    In this documentary style educational program for mental health professionals, interviews from expert psychologists provide important insights into the relationship between early developmental experiences and the later psychological states that lead to suicidal behavior. This video is an invaluable resource for mental health professionals to understanding the minds of suicidal individuals and the elements necessary for successful treatment and recovery. Keywords: voices, suicide, mental, health, professionals, psychotherapists, therapists, counselors, social, workers, learning, lived, Glendon, association, Lisa Firestone, suicidal, suicidality, depression, survival, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Ginsburg, David.

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