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Working Online with Suicidal Clients in the Age of COVID

Working Online with Suicidal Clients in the Age of COVID

with John Sommers-Flanagan
How has the rapid shift to online therapy affected the way we work with suicidal clients? Victor Yalom and John Sommers-Flanagan discuss how to effectively engage, assess and monitor suicidal clients in the age of online therapy and the impact that COVID has had on suicidality.
Managing Weight Loss with Motivational Interviewing

Managing Weight Loss with Motivational Interviewing

with Cathy Cole
The challenges surrounding weight loss can be complex, and effective clinicians must do more than simply offering advice on diet and exercise. Discover how to use MI techniques to get to the core of your clients’ barriers to weight loss so they can begin to affect meaningful change in their lives.
Motivational Interviewing with a Defiant Teen

Motivational Interviewing with a Defiant Teen

with Sebastian Kaplan
What do you do when your young client doesn’t want to be in school, much less therapy? Learn how to avoid the landmines commonly set by teens struggling to assert their autonomy, and develop rapport with even the most resistant clients.
Mindfulness Exercise for Substance Use

Mindfulness Exercise for Substance Use

with Devin Ashwood
Do you have clients struggling with addictions? “Urge Surfing” is a simple yet effective mindfulness technique you can teach clients to help them manage the stressors that could potentially trigger relapses.
De-Escalating Anger in Couples Therapy

De-Escalating Anger in Couples Therapy

with Rebecca Jorgensen
Do you find yourself struggling to redirect heated conflicts in your couples sessions? Learn how to use EFT techniques to effectively stop these negative cycles and redirect warring couples to a place of mutual respect, safe communication and positive change. 
Experiential Techniques for Deepening Inner Exploration: Part 1

Experiential Techniques for Deepening Inner Exploration: Part 1

with Victor Yalom
Victor Yalom demonstrates powerful techniques to help clients go deeper into their immediate internal experience so they can discover new facets of themselves, including thoughts, feelings, and bodily sensations. 
Solution-Focused Techniques with a Child

Solution-Focused Techniques with a Child

with Sam Steen
Young children can get locked into ineffectual ways of solving problems that only escalate conflicts within the family. By teaching them simple, playful solution-focused skills, you can help build their self-confidence and strengthen their relationships.
Inviting Racial Conversations into Therapy

Inviting Racial Conversations into Therapy

with Joy Steen, Sam Steen
Race is a delicate and emotionally-charged topic that may be daunting for therapists to broach. Learn skills for sensitively and directly integrating race into the therapeutic dialogue by watching this poignant clinical scenario.
Solution-Focused Techniques with a Pre-Teen

Solution-Focused Techniques with a Pre-Teen

with Sam Steen
As their autonomy increases, pre-teens need effective skills to solve problems in and outside of the home. Learn how to harness the simple power of Solution Focused Therapy by watching Sam Steen work with 12-year-old Ella.
Person-Centered Career Exploration with a Pre-Teen

Person-Centered Career Exploration with a Pre-Teen

with Sam Steen
Learn how to introduce conversations around career direction and skill identification with your pre-teen clients without adding to the pressures they already experience.
Counseling African American Men, 3-video Series

Counseling African American Men, 3-video Series

Effective therapy with African American men requires an in-depth understanding of their current and historical struggles, and a willingness to confront topics which may require both therapists and clients to be uncomfortable. This groundbreaking online course combines numerous sessions and expert commentary that will increase your confidence and efficacy in working with Black men.
John Bowlby on Attachment and Psychotherapy

John Bowlby on Attachment and Psychotherapy

with John Bowlby
In this rare 1984 lecture in London, John Bowlby, founder of Attachment Theory, presents his impactful ideas on the role of the early parent-child relationships in development across the lifespan.
Heinz Kohut on Empathy in Psychotherapy

Heinz Kohut on Empathy in Psychotherapy

with Heinz Kohut
This rare 1981 video of Heinz Kohut's presentation, given just days before his death, features his powerful reflections on empathy.
Viktor Frankl on The Search for Meaning

Viktor Frankl on The Search for Meaning

with Viktor Frankl
Viktor Frankl’s dedication to our collective struggle for freedom inspired his creation of Logotherapy, and in turn generations of therapists working to liberate their clients to lives of meaning.
Managing Chronic Anxiety with Mindfulness

Managing Chronic Anxiety with Mindfulness

with Ronald D. Siegel
Watch Ron Siegel utilize the somatic elements of mindfulness in session with a client suffering from anxiety, and discover a tool that you can easily use to help your clients with a broad range of issues.
Brief Psychoeducation for Chronic Pain

Brief Psychoeducation for Chronic Pain

with Ronald D. Siegel
Discover a grounded, accessible approach for helping your clients struggling with chronic pain by using psychoeducation and mindfulness techniques. 
Mindfulness Exercise for Chronic Pain

Mindfulness Exercise for Chronic Pain

with Ronald D. Siegel
In this informative excerpt, Ron Siegel demonstrates his integrative approach by helping Lorraine, a middle-aged woman with chronic back pain, get in touch with her present-moment experience of fear, which exacerbates her condition.
A Paradoxical Intervention for Panic Disorder

A Paradoxical Intervention for Panic Disorder

with Reid Wilson
Anxiety disorder expert Reid Wilson demonstrates a highly-effective, unique intervention in this excerpt from a live session with a woman whose panic disorder has made her life completely unmanageable.
Introducing Paradoxical Techniques to OCD Clients

Introducing Paradoxical Techniques to OCD Clients

with Reid Wilson
Anxiety disorders expert Reid Wilson demonstrates his unique approach to tackling obsessive thinking that you can use to treat OCD’s most unyielding aspects and dramatically alter your clients’ relationships with anxiety.
Building Alliance with Defensive, Angry Clients: Part 1

Building Alliance with Defensive, Angry Clients: Part 1

with Molyn Leszcz
A strong therapeutic alliance is key to a successful outcome, regardless of your clinical approach. DIscover the key factors to developing this crucial aspect of therapy with even the most difficult clients.