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Therapeutic Communities in Prisons: A Research Perspective
by Harry Wexler
This video is a must for all those working in and developing Therapeutic Communities in prisons.


Encounter Groups for Addictions (3-Video Series)
Illustrated with powerful and compelling vignettes from actual encounter groups, these videos explore how encounter groups have evolved, what we can do to improve groups and overcome pitfalls, and what the keys are to leading successful groups.
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The Therapeutic Community (3-Video Series)
George De Leon, the leading authority today on Therapeutic Communities, provides an in-depth look at the history and core principles of Therapeutic Communities.
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The Roots of Violence
by The Glendon Association
This remarkable video offers penetrating insight into the psychological causes of violence by examining the perspectives of violent offenders, evoking possibilities for more effective prevention efforts.

Part of the 2-Video Series: The Voices of Violence
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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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The Voices of Violence Series (2-Video Series)
These videos offer an extraordinary look into the psychological causes of violence by examining the perspectives of violent offenders, and providing an inside view of 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.


Getting Control of Yourself: Anger Management Tools and Techniques
by Christian Conte
In this lively and instructive video, watch anger management expert, Christian Conte, PhD, present his comprehensive and practical theory for treating—and healing—even the most violent offenders.
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Effectively Intervening with Violent Behavior: An Interview with Dr. Peter Fonagy
by Peter Fonagy
In this lively and engaging interview, Peter Fonagy, PhD, offers both a theoretical foundation for understanding violent behaviors as well as practical tools for clinicians working with violent offenders.
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Anger Management in Counseling and Psychotherapy
by Raymond Chip Tafrate, Howard Kassinove
Watch anger experts Howard Kassinove and Chip Tafrate demystify the challenging work of anger management in this indispensable video! Whatever your professional setting, you’ll breathe easier with this practical, empirically validated showcase of exercises, live sessions, and tools to strengthen your practice.
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Phil Zimbardo on the Stanford Prison Experiment, Evil and Heroism
by Philip Zimbardo
In 1971, Dr. Philip Zimbardo led the notorious Stanford Prison Experiment in order to answer the question, “What happens when you put good people in an evil place?” In this interview with Victor Yalom, Zimbardo speaks in-depth on the study, its lessons, and its relationship to Abu Ghraib decades later.
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A Cognitive Behavioral Perspective on Aggression: An Interview with Dr. Donald Meichenbaum
by Donald Meichenbaum
In this engaging interview with CBT and aggression expert Dr. Donald Meichenbaum discusses violence and aggression, from origin to treatment.


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Encounter Groups for Addictions, Volume III: Keys to Fostering Growth
by Rod Mullen
Learn the key skills of fostering growth and change in encounter groups.

Part of the 3-Video Series: Encounter Groups for Addictions


Encounter Groups for Addictions, Volume II: Pitfalls & Solutions
by Rod Mullen
Watch encounter groups in action to learn what does and doesn't work when facilitating encounter groups.

Part of the 3-Video Series: Encounter Groups for Addictions


Encounter Groups for Addictions, Volume I: Evolution of the Encounter Group
by Rod Mullen
Learn about the origin of encounter groups and how they have evolved since the 1950s in this captivating series.

Part of the 3-Video Series: Encounter Group for Addictions


The Therapeutic Community, Volume III: Components of a Generic Therapeutic Community
by George De Leon
George De Leon, the leading authority today on Therapeutic Communities, provides an in-depth look at the history and core principles of Therapeutic Communities.


The Therapeutic Community, Volume II: Community as a Method
by George De Leon
George De Leon, the leading authority today on Therapeutic Communities, provides an in-depth look at the history and core principles of Therapeutic Communities.


The Therapeutic Community, Volume I: The Therapeutic Community Perspective
by George De Leon
George De Leon, the leading authority today on Therapeutic Communities, provides an in-depth look at the history and core principles of Therapeutic Communities.


Inside the Juvenile Justice System: Rodrick's Disposition Hearing
by Calamari Productions
See the final outcome of Rodrick's legal battle in this disposition hearing that will determine his fate.


Inside the Juvenile Justice system: Rodrick's Initial Hearing
by Calamari Productions
Witness 17-year-old Rodrick in his initial hearing after a drug relapse has taken off the road to rehabilitation.


Juvenile Justice in Action (2-video series)
Take a front row seat to the court proceedings for a 17-year-old who had a drug relapse following a year of working toward rehabilitation. Witness how the mental health profession can be a voice for clients in a punitive justice system.
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Motivational Interviewing in Juvenile Justice Settings
by Ali Hall
Without a strong alliance and clear boundaries, mandated clients will often shut down or act out—especially if they are teenagers. How do you work to meet both institutional and clinical goals? Here, Motivational Interviewing expert Ali Hall demonstrates how to use this collaborative approach in juvenile justice settings.

Part of the 4-video series: Motivational Interviewing with Adolescents
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