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Invisible Child Abuse
by Robert Firestone
Emotional child abuse is frequently overlooked in our focus on physical and sexual abuse, often invisible to those both outside and inside the family. This film is a highly valuable resource for mental health professionals, abuse survivors and their loved ones.
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Understanding and Preventing Suicide
by The Glendon Association
A powerful psychoeducation video for public presentations and training events featuring leading experts as well as survivors of serious suicide attempts.


Explaining PTSD & The Counting Method (2-Video Series)
by Frank Ochberg & Angie Panos
In this engaging 2-video series, learn how to educate patients and their loved ones about PTSD, structure a coherent course of treatment, and employ Frank Ochberg's "counting method," a simple yet effective tool used to master the flashbacks and intrusive recollections so common in PTSD.
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Healing Childhood Abuse and Trauma through Psychodrama (2-Video Series)
by Tian Dayton
In these extremely powerful live group sessions, master clinician and psychodramatist Tian Dayton works with group participants to confront childhood abuse, and work through trauma that they are carrying in their bodies.


Effective Treatment of Violent Individuals
by The Glendon Association
This video offers an extraordinary look inside two different yet dramatically successful group therapy programs offered behind bars to men who have committed the most extreme violent acts—from assault and rape to murder.

Part of the 2-Video Series: The Voices of Violence
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Living with PTSD: Lessons for Partners, Friends, and Supporters
by Frank Ochberg & Angie Panos
Watch two trauma experts offer family and community members clear, useful information about the nature and symptoms of PTSD, as well as concrete advice about how they can assist their loved ones in the recovery process.


Shades of Gray: When a therapist and her client are survivors of child abuse
by Lisa Cassidy
When are we far enough down the path of our own healing that we can safely go back and help someone else along? A therapist shares the story of confronting this urgent question with a traumatized client suffering from Dissociative Identity Disorder.
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Encounters with Suicide: A Psychotherapist Remembers Not to Forget
by Catherine Ambrose
A psychotherapist treating a suicidal client struggles with memories--and forgetting--of suicide in her own family.


The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma
by Bessel van der Kolk
Read an excerpt from the highly acclaimed new book by world renowned trauma expert Bessel van der Kolk, MD.


Bessel van der Kolk on Trauma, Development and Healing
Internationally acclaimed clinician, educator and researcher Bessel van der Kolk, shares some observations from his 40-year passion for understanding and treating people who have experienced trauma.
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Robert J. Lifton on Political Violence, Activism and Life as a Psycho-Historian
Famed psychiatrist, psycho-historian, writer and activist Robert J. Lifton talks about being a witness to an extreme century, combining scholarship with activism, the psychology of violence, and the next great threat to the planet: climate change.
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