Multicultural Competence in Counseling & Psychotherapy

Multicultural Competence in Counseling & Psychotherapy

with Derald Wing Sue
In this provocative interview with multicultural expert Derald Wing Sue, learn about the history of multicultural counseling, the unmet needs of diverse clients, and ways to counter the culture-bound values that may be impacting your work.
The Legacy of Unresolved Loss: A Family Systems Approach

The Legacy of Unresolved Loss: A Family Systems Approach

with Monica McGoldrick
In this realistic simulation of an 18-week course of therapy with the Rogers family, we see how the presenting problem—teenage daughter Michelle's rebellious behavior—masks unresolved loss across three generations of family members. 

Part of the 8-video series: Assessment and Treatment of Psychological Disorders
Psychotherapy with Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Clients—6: Diversity and Multiple Identities

Psychotherapy with Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Clients—6: Diversity and Multiple Identities

with Ron Scott
The sixth video in this series highlights personal accounts by GLB individuals from diverse ethnic groups, and includes a compelling cross-cultural therapy session by Dr. Christine Padesky with a Korean lesbian client.

Part of the 7-video series: Psychotherapy with Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Clients
The Psychological Residuals of Slavery

The Psychological Residuals of Slavery

with Kenneth V. Hardy
A powerful exploration of the psychological legacy of slavery; an extremely useful educational resource for diversity and multicultural training.
Group Counseling with Children: A Multicultural Approach

Group Counseling with Children: A Multicultural Approach

with Sam Steen, PhD, & Sheri Bauman, PhD
Watch this diverse group of children engage in activities and discussions that increase their awareness of their own cultures and their appreciation for differences. 
Group Counseling with Adolescents: A Multicultural Approach

Group Counseling with Adolescents: A Multicultural Approach

with 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 with them.
Clinical Interviewing: Intake, Assessment & Therapeutic Alliance

Clinical Interviewing: Intake, Assessment & Therapeutic Alliance

with John Sommers-Flanagan, PhD & Rita Sommers-Flanagan, PhD
How do you do an assessment, collect historical data, develop a treatment plan and create a warm working alliance with clients all in the first session? Learn from experts John and Rita Sommers-Flanagan how to quickly create the foundation for a successful therapy and engage clients collaboratively in the treatment process.
A House Divided: Structural Therapy with a Black Family

A House Divided: Structural Therapy with a Black Family

with Harry Aponte
In this engaging video, Harry Aponte demonstrates his technique with a family struggling to overcome alienation, legal issues and the complications of step-family relationships. By “joining” intuitively with the family, Aponte warms the connection between everyone in the room and supports the family to identify the parents’ ability to be both a positive resource and a source of isolation.
Children of the Camps: The Documentary

Children of the Camps: The Documentary

with Satsuki Ina
A powerful, thought-provoking video perfect for use in cultural competency and awareness classes. We are sure it will provide you and your students a deeper understanding of the impact of racism, and discussions that travel far outside the classroom.
Tres Madres: Structural Therapy with an Anglo/Hispanic Family

Tres Madres: Structural Therapy with an Anglo/Hispanic Family

with Harry Aponte
Harry Aponte, an expert in structural family therapy, demonstrates in this video the power and subtlety of his approach in a session with a very complicated family suffering from multi-generational trauma and the effects of alcoholism.
Exploring Narradrama

Exploring Narradrama

with Pamela Dunne
This video offers an introduction to the tools and techniques of Narradrama, a therapeutic approach that combines narrative therapy, drama therapy and creative arts.
Integrative Family Therapy

Integrative Family Therapy

with Kenneth V. Hardy
Watch Integrative Family Therapy in action as Kenneth V. Hardy masterfully applies his holistic approach in an actual family therapy session with a single African-American mother and her teenage daughter.

Part of the 10-video series: Family Therapy with the Experts
Human Behavior and the Social Environment: (2-video series)

Human Behavior and the Social Environment: (2-video series)

with Judith R. Smith
Social Work Professor Judith Smith presents these videos on the foundation of all social work training: Human Behavior and the Social Environment. This set explains both Macro and Mezzo systems and illustrates the basis of Social Systems Theory through numerous interviews.
Look Back to Move Ahead: Social Work for Survivors of Trauma

Look Back to Move Ahead: Social Work for Survivors of Trauma

with Carol Tosone
Two vignettes portray social work students working with clients affected by trauma and learning from their supervisors how to approach the sensitive material these clients present.
Culturally Sensitive Counseling with Latinos

Culturally Sensitive Counseling with Latinos

with Patricia Arredondo
In our diverse society, therapists are increasingly likely to work with Latino clients but may lack a core understanding of their day-to-day experiences, worldview, and unique clinical needs. Through poignant discussion and live clinical demonstration, master clinician, consultant, and researcher Patricia Arredondo will fill the gaps in our knowledge and skills so that we may maximize our effectiveness with this population.
Assessment and Intervention with Suicidal Clients: 3-Video Series

Assessment and Intervention with Suicidal Clients: 3-Video Series

with John Sommers-Flanagan
Suicide challenges even the most seasoned mental health professional. In this richly instructive and deeply moving three-volume series, John Sommers-Flanagan and colleagues demonstrate invaluable assessment and treatment skills for working with diverse clients along the spectrum of suicidality.
Kenneth V. Hardy on Multiculturalism and Psychotherapy

Kenneth V. Hardy on Multiculturalism and Psychotherapy

Hardy discusses diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice in psychotherapy...and how he was trained to be a "pretty good white therapist."
Psychotherapy with Alien Beings: Cultural Competence (and Incompetence) in Psychotherapy Practice

Psychotherapy with Alien Beings: Cultural Competence (and Incompetence) in Psychotherapy Practice

with Laura Brown
Psychologist Laura Brown critiques the limited and limiting methods so often used in psychotherapy training programs to promote cultural competence, and offers a model of intersectionality and integration that honors the full complexity of modern identities—including those of psychotherapists.
Transforming the Wounds of Racism: An Autoethnographic Exploration and Implications for Psychotherapy

Transforming the Wounds of Racism: An Autoethnographic Exploration and Implications for Psychotherapy

with Saira Bains
A therapist explores her experiences of racism by investigating her family's history of racist trauma.
Eduardo Duran on Psychotherapy with Native Americans

Eduardo Duran on Psychotherapy with Native Americans

Native American psychologist Eduardo Duran shares his long road to finding a place for himself and other Native Americans in the field of psychology.
Monica McGoldrick on Family Therapy

Monica McGoldrick on Family Therapy

Renowned family therapist Monica McGoldrick reflects on the heyday of family therapy, the use of genograms, and the importance of culture, gender, and diversity.
Black and White Witchcraft: A Cultural Crossroads in Paris Inspires Therapeutic Innovation

Black and White Witchcraft: A Cultural Crossroads in Paris Inspires Therapeutic Innovation

with Tamar Kaim
An American psychology student reflects on her year of research at an ethnopsychiatric clinic in Paris, France.
Psychotherapy in China: Western and Eastern Perspectives

Psychotherapy in China: Western and Eastern Perspectives

with Stephen F. Myler, PhD & Hui Qi Tong, MD
Therapy with Latinx DACA Clients and Their Families: A Therapist’s Primer

Therapy with Latinx DACA Clients and Their Families: A Therapist’s Primer

with Jason Linder
Bilingual family therapist Jason Linder shares his first-hand experience getting to know and appreciate the resilience of DACA clients, and discusses how to work with them therapeutically. 
Language as Boundary

Language as Boundary

with Anastasia Piatakhina Giré
Multilingual, multinational therapist Anastasia Piatakhina bridges language and music with a client struggling to find his true voice.
Online Therapy: An Unexpected Space of Freedom

Online Therapy: An Unexpected Space of Freedom

with Anastasia Piatakhina Giré
International psychotherapist Anastasia Piatakhina provides a place of refuge and healing through online therapy with women living in oppressive societies.