Psychotherapy DVDs for Teaching, Training, Self Study and Continuing Education
by Rebecca Jorgensen
Deepen your understanding of Emotionally Focused Therapy by watching an entire, unedited 10-session course of therapy. For the first time ever, you’ll see how EFT unfolds through the different steps and stages.
by Carl Rogers
Carl Rogers was one of the most influential psychologists and psychotherapists of our time. In this singular presentation, Rogers’ biographer, Howard Kirschenbaum, guides us through Rogers’ life and work and the development of the “client-centered” and “person-centered” approach to counseling, education, group work, and human relationships.
by Stephen Snow
Gain new tools for helping adults with developmental disabilities using creative arts therapies within Dr. Snow's unique ethnodramatherapy model.
by Sam Steen, PhD, & Sheri Bauman, PhD
Over the course of eight sessions with a multicultural group of eighth graders, Drs. Sam Steen and Sheri Bauman offer child therapists a thorough picture of the issues adolescents face and ways to deepen connection around them.
by Virginia Satir
Watch renowned psychotherapist Virginia Satir present her pioneering views on the essential ingredients of successful therapy to a group of four students.
by Virginia Satir
Family therapy pioneer Virginia Satir helps a family struggling with separation and abuse in this dynamic, moving session.
by Virginia Satir
See renowned psychotherapist, Virginia Satir, present her pioneering views on the essential ingredients of successful therapy to a group of students and then watch her conduct therapy with a family struggling with separation and abuse in these dynamic videos from the Virginia Satir Series.
by Otto Kernberg
Preeminent psychoanalyst Otto Kernberg doesn’t back down in this series of three diagnostic Transference-Focused Psychotherapy (TFP) sessions with a paranoid client struggling with suicidal depression after being left by his girlfriend.
In these lively sessions with real clients, anxiety disorder expert Reid Wilson, PhD, demonstrates the core concepts underlying his paradoxical approach to treating anxiety disorders.
by Susan Heitler, Abigail Hirsch
In this lively interactive marriage skills workshop, Drs. Susan Heitler and Abigail Hirsch offer couples a roadmap for resolving conflict in a cooperative, “win-win” way.
by Reid Wilson
Working with therapeutic resistance is often discussed in psychotherapy training, but the ambivalent OCD client poses a unique challenge for clinicians. Here, anxiety expert Reid Wilson demonstrates a counterintuitive cognitive-behavioral approach to confronting safety-seeking behaviors that can help these clients maintain commitment to recovery.
by Reid Wilson
Severe OCD can seem hopelessly intractable, especially when a client has invested significant time in past therapy. Here, anxiety disorder expert Reid Wilson employs a variation of cognitive and strategic methods in two live sessions, demonstrating his paradoxical approach to tackling obsessive thinking.
by Albert Bandura
In this enlightening conversation with one of the most prolific and influential psychologists of all time, Dr. Albert Bandura relates the breakthrough moments leading to the development of social cognitive theory and his theories of social learning, guided mastery, and self-efficacy. He offers detailed descriptions of his theories in practice, providing the viewer with valuable clinical tools.
by David Barlow
This motivating conversation with distinguished anxiety expert Dr. David Barlow covers his development of a novel approach to anxiety treatment, the origins of behavioral therapy techniques, and implications for the future of psychotherapy as a whole.
by Sidney Bijou
Sidney Bijou, often credited as the founder of child behavioral therapy, reveals here in conversation with Steven Hayes how he came to develop new treatments for autism and other developmental disorders. Examining his findings across child development fields, Bijou makes recommendations for the next generations of educators, parents, and psychologists.
by Joseph Wolpe
In a fascinating discussion with Dr. Joseph Wolpe, he reveals how his experiences treating soldiers in World War II eventually led him to develop systematic desensitization as a treatment for anxiety and fear disorders. Wolpe offers viewers specific clinical advice about how and when to integrate cognitive therapy with behavior therapy techniques in the treatment of fear.
by Donald Meichenbaum
In this conversation with Donald Meichenbaum, the founder of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy relates the origins and ongoing evolution of his approach. He shares the method behind his ingenuity and keen clinical judgment in a way that both uplifts and challenges the viewer to cultivate their own openness to new ways of engaging in therapy.
by G. Alan Marlatt
Harm Reduction therapy blends behavior theory with the stages of change conceptual model, motivational interviewing techniques and humanistic practicality in the treatment of addictions. This conversation with Dr. Alan Marlatt details the foundation and practice of the harm reduction method while exploring the fascinating, politically charged progression of addiction theory and treatment in the US.
by Hans Eysenck
Highly prolific and influential in the field of psychology, Hans Eysenck is well known for his bold, contentious theories on intelligence, personality, cancer and therapy. In this video, the “maverick psychologist” offers his insights about the practice of psychotherapy with his characteristically perspicacious flair.
If you're interested in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, this in-depth, 6-video series will teach you all you want to know and more. You'll be introduced to the core ACT concepts by Steven Hayes, and learn by watching numerous sessions conducted by Hayes and other leading ACT practitioners with a variety of clients.