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Golden Triad Films now available from Psychotherapy.net

Effective 4/22/13, Psychotherapy.net is pleased to announce that we have taken on distribution of all Golden Triad Films video titles, including those by Virginia Satir, Carl Whitaker, Harry Aponte, and Ramon Corrales.  

We have not yet added most of these to our website, but we can make them available to you in DVD and/or streaming format if you contact us at 800-577-4762, or email orders@psychotherapy.net.

As of 7/23/13, we do have the following titles available for direct purchase on our website:

Ethnicity in Family Therapy Featuring Harry Aponte, a 2-DVD series consisting of the following titles:

Virginia Satir Series, a 5-DVD series consisting of the following titles:
The following titles have not been added to our website, but we can make them available to you in DVD and/or streaming format if you contact us at 800-577-4762, or email orders@psychotherapy.net.

Five Theoretical Approaches to Family Treatment Featuring Dr. Ramon Corrales, a 5-DVD series consisting of the following titles:
  • VT 111 - Intergenerational
  • VT 112 - Structural
  • VT 113 - Strategic
  • VT 114 - Systematic
  • VT 115 - Communications / Experimental

Experiential Family Therapy Featuring Carl Whitaker, a 2-DVD series consisting of the following titles:
  • VT 120 - Experiential Family Therapy #1
  • VT 121 - Experiential Family Therapy #2

VT 140 – Single Session Therapy


Issues in Marital Therapy Featuring Dr. Ramon Corrales, a 2-DVD series consisting of the following titles:
  • VT 150 - Dave and Kelly: Of Pebbles & Grenades
  • VT 151 - The Therapeutic System in Marital Therapy

VT 160 - Narrative Therapy

VT 170 - Carl Rogers: The Essence of Client Centered Therapy

VT 180 - Jung Revisited: A Historical and Conceptual Review

VT 190 - The Congruent Marriage: A Videotaped Demonstration

VT 200 - Virginia Satir Revisited: An Appreciation and Understanding of her work


We are excited to be able to add these classic videos featuring luminaries in the field of family therapy.  Please check back for details.




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