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Child Therapy: Tools, Toys and Techniques

Child Therapy: Tools, Toys and Techniques

with Paris Goodyear-Brown, Scott Riviere and Janine Shelby
Simply learning the theories of child development and therapy does not make us better or even more effective child therapists. Watch and learn from a talented trio of child clinicians as they demonstrate 10 playful, creative and interactive techniques for connecting with children and helping them cope with sadness, anger, anxiety and trauma.
Thomas Szasz on The Myth of Mental Illness

Thomas Szasz on The Myth of Mental Illness

with Thomas Szasz
Psychiatrist and social critic Thomas Szasz unsettled the psychiatric establishment in the 1960’s, challenging its foundational notions around normalcy, mental illness and treatment. By watching this pair of riveting interviews, Dr. Szasz will challenge you to explore and question your own cherished beliefs around diagnosis, psychotherapy and freedom; deepening your empathy for even the most challenging clients.
Albert Bandura: From Laboratory to World Stage

Albert Bandura: From Laboratory to World Stage

with Albert Bandura
As a pioneering researcher, clinician and social change agent, Albert Bandura’s contributions to the field of psychology far transcend his early laboratory experiments on modeling. Through evocative conversation and video demonstrations, this giant of psychology will enhance your clinical outcomes by addressing the role of guided mastery, behavioral regulation, self-efficacy and moral agency in the treatment of a wide range of individual and societal concerns.
Earn 2.00 CE Credits
Group Therapy: An Addictions Perspective

Group Therapy: An Addictions Perspective

with Allen Berger
Addiction is a complex syndrome that undermines clients’ functioning and depletes their resources, and individual therapy alone can often miss the mark. Through informative discussion and live clinical demonstrations, psychotherapist and addiction specialist, Allen Berger, PhD will enhance your clinical efficacy with these challenging clients by sharing the many benefits of group therapy.
Treating Anxiety Disorders: A Unified Protocol

Treating Anxiety Disorders: A Unified Protocol

with David Barlow
It can be overwhelming trying to master all the single-diagnosis techniques out there for the treatment of anxiety and related emotional disorders. Renowned researcher and clinician Dr. David Barlow pulls them all together into a Unified Protocol, and teaches you through live clinical demonstration how to make your therapy more efficient and effective.
Earn 2.25 CE Credits
Assessment and Intervention with Suicidal Clients: 3-Video Series

Assessment and Intervention with Suicidal Clients: 3-Video Series

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.
Assessment and Intervention with Suicidal Clients Volume 1

Assessment and Intervention with Suicidal Clients Volume 1

with John Sommers-Flanagan
The suicidal client is perhaps the single greatest clinical and ethical challenge for even the most seasoned mental health professional. In this, the first of a compelling three-volume series, John Sommers-Flanagan artfully teaches through live clinical demonstration how to effectively and collaboratively assess and intervene when sitting face-to-face with suicidal clients. In this video he works with a divorced mother suffering from depression, and a 22-year-old college student and veteran of the Iraq war who is struggling with family issues and alcohol use.
Earn 3.50 CE Credits
Assessment and Intervention with Suicidal Clients Volume 2

Assessment and Intervention with Suicidal Clients Volume 2

with John Sommers-Flanagan
In this, the second of a captivating three-volume series, John Sommers-Flanagan masterfully teaches us through live clinical demonstration how to effectively and collaboratively assess and intervene with suicidal clients at different phases of life. First he works with a 15-year-old experiencing stress from her parents’ marital conflict, then a middle aged woman who recently lost her husband to illness, and finally an intensely suicidal 40-year-old.
Earn 2.00 CE Credits
Assessment and Intervention with Suicidal Clients Volume 3

Assessment and Intervention with Suicidal Clients Volume 3

with John Sommers-Flanagan
In this, the third in an absorbing three-volume series, John Sommers-Flanagan and colleagues teach you to effectively assess and intervene with suicidal clients of varying beliefs, cultures and worldviews. He works with a suicidal gay male, and supplemental expert interviews discuss suicide in Asian-American and other cultures and coping strategies for families that have lost a loved one to suicide.
Earn 2.00 CE Credits
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.
Earn 1.25 CE Credits
Breaking the Code of Romantic Love

Breaking the Code of Romantic Love

with Sue Johnson
Over the last 30 years, Dr. Sue Johnson and her colleagues have “cracked the code" of romantic love through the development of Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). By watching this video, couples will to learn to improve their relationships and therapists will find useful ideas and training techniques.
Earn 1.00 CE Credits
Couples Therapy: A Family Systems Approach

Couples Therapy: A Family Systems Approach

with Monica McGoldrick
Learn from seasoned family therapist Monica McGoldrick how bringing family-of-origin issues into couples therapy can help you pinpoint the root of the problem, make more targeted interventions, and ultimately “unstick” a couple struggling with insecurity and distrust.
Earn 2.25 CE Credits
Using Family Systems Theory in Psychotherapy: 3-Video Series

Using Family Systems Theory in Psychotherapy: 3-Video Series

How many times have we become mired in our client’s presenting problem, losing our way in the therapy room? In this riveting three-volume series, master clinician Monica McGoldrick offers us the illuminating roadmap of Family Systems Theory to focus and deepen our assessment and treatment of individuals, couples and families.
Dan Siegel on Interpersonal Neurobiology

Dan Siegel on Interpersonal Neurobiology

with Dan Siegel
The brain has evolved as an elegant and powerful tool for social connection, wired for and by experience and relationships. Psychiatrist Dan Siegel teaches us how Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB) can enhance psychotherapy outcome and our clients’ lives by mindfully guiding them to “re-wire” this malleable and resilient resource.
Earn 1.50 CE Credits
Bessel van der Kolk on Understanding Trauma

Bessel van der Kolk on Understanding Trauma

with Bessel van der Kolk
Each year, thousands of people are traumatized, many of whom will seek relief through therapy. Learn from renowned and outspoken researcher and clinician Bessel van der Kolk how to improve your clinical effectiveness with these clients by remembering that “the body keeps the score.”
Earn 1.00 CE Credits
Scott Miller on Improving Psychotherapy Outcome

Scott Miller on Improving Psychotherapy Outcome

with Scott Miller
It is not practice alone that makes for better therapy or builds better therapists. According to Scott Miller, it is the methods of "deliberate practice," gleaned from his study of experts and expertise, that will help you to improve your clinical skills and therapeutic success rate.
Earn 1.25 CE Credits
Psychiatric Diagnosis and Interviewing

Psychiatric Diagnosis and Interviewing

with Jason Buckles, Victor Yalom
In this first volume of our new series, The DSM 5 and Psychodiagnostic Interviewing, Jason Buckles and Victor Yalom take a nuanced and critical look at psychiatric diagnosis and the DSM-5, and then demonstrate in a step-by-step manner the components and skills necessary to do a diagnostic interview.

Part of the 4-video series: The DSM-5 and Psychodiagnostic Interviewing


Earn 2.00 CE Credits
The DSM-5 and Psychodiagnostic Interviewing (4-video series)

The DSM-5 and Psychodiagnostic Interviewing (4-video series)

In this first series of its kind, get a comprehensive course in the DSM-5, its uses and misuses, as well as step-by-step instructions in diagnosis and psychodiagnostic interviewing. Using vignettes of 11 different clients struggling with some of the most common diagnoses, Jason Buckles and Victor Yalom instruct viewers in the delicate balance of obtaining diagnostic information while creating a warm alliance with new clients.
Irvin Yalom and the Art of Psychotherapy: 4-Video Series

Irvin Yalom and the Art of Psychotherapy: 4-Video Series

Would you like to see how Irvin Yalom actually works with clients? In this unprecedented series, watch Yalom in real sessions with three different clients, and learn about his six-decade career in a poignant and comprehensive interview conducted by his son, Victor Yalom.
Motivational Interviewing with Adolescents: 4-video series

Motivational Interviewing with Adolescents: 4-video series

Do you want to effectively help adolescents change their most destructive behaviors? In this series, learn how to apply motivational interviewing in your work with teens struggling with substance use, health behaviors, delinquency, or the every-day difficulties of this challenging period of life.