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Videos on the Social Sciences: Psychology

SELECTED DVDs and Videotapes in the Rutgers Libraries

Psychology DVDs

21 up South Africa Mandela's children 2008?

Angus Gibson, Jemma Jupp, ITV Productions, and First-Run Features (Firm)

In South Africa a group of children, first filmed in 1992 at the age of 7, are now 21. Rich and poor, black, white and mixed race, these fascinating and revealing portraits offer unique insights into the social and political upheavals that have occurred throughout South Africa since the crumbling of apartheid. From township slums to apartheid-era mansions to the bushveldt, these children, now young adults, have experienced a multitude of change. See them age from 7 to 21 and learn that AIDS has claimed the lives of three of these children. 1 videodisc (ca. 70 min.)

MEDIA 10-1618

 

Accelerated experiential dynamic psychotherapy c2007

Diana Fosha, Jon Carlson, Governors State University, Communication Services, and American Psychological Association

"In Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP), Dr. Diana Fosha demonstrates her healing-centered treatment approach, which aims to capitalize on the client's natural, adaptive, wired-in capacities for healing and transformation. AEDP integrates experiential and relational elements within an affect-centered psychodynamic framework, with the somatic experience of affect in relationship and the moment-to-moment regulation of this experience as the focus of clinical aims to bring about change. In this session, Dr. Fosha works with a young woman who comes to treatment for help with an unsatisfying marriage. The client is worried that her 3-year-old daughter is being harmed by watching the conflict between the parents. Working to rapidly overcome the client's defenses and fear of emotional closeness, Dr. Fosha helps the client experience and process her deep grief, hurt, and sadness over her own early experiences of being parented. The client experiences a healing transformation and thus accesses confidence in herself and in her own resources."--Container. 1 videodisc (106 min.)

MEDIA 10-1864

 

Adolescent and adult development 2001

Examines the development of the adolescent into adulthood, and the development of the adult. Looks at moral development. 1 videocassette (28 min.)

MEDIA 10-3538

 

Adolescent and adult development 2001

Wendy Moulton-Tate, Sharon Dymmel, Camille Dixon, Coastline Community College District, Worth Publishers, Coast Learning Systems, KOCE-TV (Television station : Huntington Beach, Calif.), and Insight Media (Firm)

Examines the development of the adolescent into adulthood, and the development of the adult. Looks at moral development. 1 videocassette (28 min.)

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Adolescent cognition thinking in a new key c1999

David Elkind, Frances W Davidson, John M Davidson, and Davidson Films

"During adolescence, young minds begin working in fresh ways that permit new ways of reasoning that enable students to take on much more challenging materials. However, these transitions can result in inconsistent forms of thinking that create social and emotional difficulties. Referring to the work of Piaget, Erikson, Goffman and his own studies, David Elkind looks at the intellectual, emotional and social changes of this stage of life"--Container. 1 videodisc (31 min.)

MEDIA 10-1849

 

Affect-focused dynamic psychotherapy  c2005

Jon Carlson, Leigh McCullough, Gary R VandenBos, Julia Frank-McNeil, Governors State University, Communication Services, and American Psychological Association

Dr. Leigh McCullough and Jon Carlson open this video with a discussion about affect-focused dynamic psychotherapy.  Highlights the main treatment and most efficient and effective interventions used in affect phobia therapy.  A session with an actual client follows the interview. 1 videodisc (98 min.)

MEDIA 10-1763

 

Attachment, separation & loss 2008?

Dr. Bowlby discusses a variety of aspects of attachment theory. He covers general information about attachment and loss and its influences on personality development as well as clinical applications of attachment theory. 1 videodisc (87 min.)

MEDIA 10-3865

 

Behavior modification teaching language to psychotic children 1969

Examines the steps involved in teaching psychotic children the functional use of speech, and discusses the need for correction of self-stimulation and destructive behavior before learning can begin. Describes how instruction may proceed through reward and punishment techniques in the imitation of sounds, labeling of objects, discrimination among alternatives, recall of experiences, and the development of a degree of spontaneity. 1 videocassette (43 min.)

MEDIA 10-5126

 

Die Bewerbung The interview c2006

Harun Farocki, Harun Farocki Filmproduktion, and Facets Video (Firm)

Documentary about German training classes for job interviewing. The director notes, "In the summer of 1996, we filmed application training courses in which one learns how to apply for a job. School-leavers, university graduates, people who have been retrained, the long-term unemployed, recovered drug addicts, and mid-level managers -- all of them are supposed to learn how to market and sell themselves, a skill to which the term 'self-management' is applied. The self is perhaps nothing more than a metaphysical hook from which to hang a social identity.". 1 videodisc (60 min.)

MEDIA 10-1038

 

Bowenian family therapy c2010

This video is one in a series portraying the leading theories of family therapy and their applications. Bowenian therapy, also known as family-of-origin therapy, looks at how previous generations influence the present family functioning. In this video, Dr. Guerin works to help family members link cognitive processes to emotional responses. 1 videodisc (119 min.)

MEDIA 10-5667

 

Can c2012

"Can Truong, a war refugee who was among the millions of boat people who fled Vietnam in the 1970's, was a model student, aspiring to become a doctor, when he was diagnosed with depression and bipolar disorder. After years of unsuccessfully trying conventional medical treatments for his mental illnesses, Can becomes involved in the mental health consumer movement, a social and political effort by people labeled with mental illnesses who believe in recovery through self-determination and peer support. Inspired by his peers, he embarks on a healing journey of a different kind -- trying to reconcile cultural differences with his very traditional Confucian father and attempts to make sense of his childhood wounds. He serves as a volunteer on numerous mental health organizations that promote recovery and explores spiritual and holistic healing modalities." -- amongourkin.org web site. 1 videodisc (65 min.)

MEDIA 10-4496

 

Classic Piaget collection: Volume 1 200-

Robert Karplus, Celia Stendler Lavatelli, Queenie Beatrice Mills, and Davidson Films

This set of three short films explores aspects of the constructivist theory of knowledge as propounded by Swiss developmental psychologist Jean Piaget. In this theory, Piaget argued that humans generate knowledge and meaning from an interaction between their experiences and their ideas. The first film explores Piagetian classification and how children's ability to use categories develops. The second looks at the Piagetian concept of conservation, using tasks dealing with quantity, length, area, and volume. The third investigates how intellectual thought develops and manifests itself in early childhood. 1 videodisc (76  min.) :

MEDIA 10-2609

 

Cognitive-behavioral couples therapy  c2004

Arthur Freeman, Jon Carlson, Gary R VandenBos, Julia Frank-McNeil, American Psychological Association, Governors State University, and Communication Services

Arthur Freeman demonstrates his approach to working with couples, including a discussion between the host and the therapist; an actual therapy session with real clients; and a question-and-answer exchange with the therapist about the session. 1 videodisc (114 min.) :

MEDIA 10-3250

 

Cognitive therapy for challenging problems 2010

Judith S Beck, Professional Education Systems, and Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research

"In this seminar, [Dr. Beck] will teach you how to diagnose, conceptualize, plan strategy and implement solutions for the challenging problems that arise when treating clients.  She discusses how to specify problems, differentiate between practical and psychological problems, use a cognitive framework to understand why the latter set of problems has arisen and use a variety of interventions from various psychotherapeutic modalities."--PESI. 4 videodiscs (342 min.) :

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Cognitive therapy for depression 2000

Jon Carlson, Diane Kjos, Judith S Beck, and Zeig, Tucker & Co

(Producer) In this look inside her treatment room, viewers will see how Judith Beck combines collaborative and directive techniques with skills- building and education about how to challenge cognitive distortions to help a depressed client see that she can make decisions that will positively influence both her circumstances and her mood. 1 DVD (95 min.) :

MEDIA 10-2276

 

Crisis intervention in action c2008

Richard K James

Demonstrates various crisis intervention scenarios through the use of role-play. Included scenarios address job loss, complicated grief, domestic violence, psychological autopsy, Critical Incident Stress Debriefing, PTSD, rape, violent students and suicide. 2 videodiscs (225 min.)

MEDIA 10-4734

 

Crooked beauty navigating the space between brilliance and madness 2011

A poetic, social justice documentary that explores positive and compassionate models for transforming the experience of madness in our culture. Artist Ashley McNamara recounts her journey from the psych ward to innovative mental health activism. 1 videodisc (34 min.)

MEDIA 10-3935

 

Diagnosing difference c2009 +

A documentary film featuring thirteen transgender and genderqueer scholars, artists, and activists discussing the impact and implications of the Gender Identity Disorder diagnosis on their lives and communities. 1 videodisc (64 min.)

MEDIA 10-3991

 

EQ and the emotional curriculum c2003, c2001

Dagmar Charlton, Sean Barrett, Channel Four Films (Firm), Double Exposure (Firm) , and Films for the Humanities (Firm)

IQ used to be the standard by which all were judged. Today, EQ allows for a broader understanding that encompasses attributes such as logical, linguistic, musical, kinetic, and emotional intelligences. This program provides an in-depth analysis of intelligence, including how it is defined and its neural components. Leading experts such as Harvard's Howard Gardner; Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence; Colin Blakemore, of Oxford University; and Alison Gopnik, of the University of California, Berkeley, examine the correlation between self-control and SAT scores, the dominant role of the limbic system, and how emotional and intellectual intelligences can be defined and meaningfully measured. 1 videodisc (50 min.)

MEDIA 10-302

 

Eye of the beholder 197-?

Demonstrates, through a dramatic incident, the concept that no two people see the same situation in the same way.  Designed to develop greater awareness of the pitfalls of subjective analysis, the need for objectivity, and the need for careful evaluation of all the facts. The story of an artist, who becomes involved in the killing of a beautiful girl, as he appears variously to a number of witnesses. 1 videocassette (25 min.)

MEDIA 10-3540

 

Five friends 2011

Erik Santiago, Hank Mandel, Alan Frow, Michael S Kimmel, Media Education Foundation, ManTiago Films, and Captive Pictures (Firm)

American philosopher Elbert Hubbard was fond of quoting his father on friendship, "When you die, if you've got five real friends, you had a great life".  Five Friends is the story of how one man sought to live that life. The film follows a 65-year-old man and his five closest friends as they navigate and reflect on success, conflict, marriage, divorce, fatherhood, children, and dying. 1 videodisc (71 min.) :

MEDIA 10-2966

 

Gestalt therapy c2004

Jon Carlson, Gordon Wheeler, Yevette Brown , Jon M Tullos, American Psychological Association, Governors State University, and Communication Services

"In Gordon Wheeler's demonstration of Gestalt Therapy, the client attempts to gain a model for understanding how she views the meaning of her experiences, or more accurately, how she constructs the meaning of her experiences, through the lens of her specific viewpoint. What old habits and organization of experiences and feelings does she bring out to each moment?  Observe how the client organizes herself and how she carries herself physically. Where are her feelings? How does she construct her experiences? How does she make meaning of her problems? Wheeler's keen exposition of Gestalt therapy exemplifies the underlying theory that growth occurs by assimilation of what is needed from the environment." -- Web description. 1 videodisc (105 min.)

MEDIA 10-2041

 

The gift of therapy a conversation with Irvin Yalom, M.D c2002

Irvin D Yalom, Ben Yalom, Randall C Wyatt, and PsychotherapistResources.com

An interview in which Dr. Yalom discusses the central theme's of his life's work as a psychotherapist and writer. 1 videodisc (63 min.)

MEDIA 10-670

 

Grey Gardens c2006

Albert Maysles, David Maysles, Edith Bouvier Beale, Edie Beale, Ellen Hovde, Muffie Meyer, Portrait Films, Maysles Films, and Criterion Collection (Firm)

Portrait of the relationship between Edith Bouvier Beale and her grown daughter, Little Edie, once an aspiring actress in New York who left her career to care for her aging mother in their East Hampton home, and never left again. The aunt and cousin of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis feed their cats and raccoons and rehash their pasts behind the walls of their decaying mansion, Grey Gardens. 1 videodisc (94 min.) :

MEDIA 10-3654

 

Grieving in the NICU supporting families and the health team when a baby dies c2007

This 80-minute chaptered DVD is designed to help health care professionals minister to the grief of families and to their own grief when faced with the death of a baby.  The video offers an honest look at what is to be expected when struck with such tragedy and how to overcome the grief. 1 videodisc (77 min.)

MEDIA 10-5372

 

Groups in action evolution and challenges 2014

1 videodisc (262 min.)

MEDIA 10-4565

 

Happy c2012

"Happy takes us on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the slums of Kolkata in search of what really makes people happy. Combining real life stories of people from around the world and interviews with the leading scientists in happiness research, Happy explores the secrets behind our most valued emotion." -- Container. 1 videodisc (75 min.)

MEDIA 10-4270

 

Harnessing the power of genograms in psychotherapy c2012

"In this video, you will see Monica McGoldrick in action as she masterfully conducts an initial interview with a new client, demonstrating the step-by-step process of gathering historical information, creating the genogram, and contextualizing the client's presenting problem within a multigenerational family systems framework"--Psychotherapy.net Web site. 1 videodisc (114 min.)

MEDIA 10-4068

 

Helping children grieve c2009

Khris Ford, Paula D'Arcy, Charity Spatzeck-Olsen, Hans Spatzeck-Olsen, Paraclete Video Productions, and Paraclete Press

Khris Ford, founder of My Healing Place, and Paula D'Arcy, a trained psychotherapist, address the topic of childhood grief, covering: the differences between how adults and children grieve, how a parent can help a child grieve while they themselves are grieving, and how to tell the truth about death to children. 1 videodisc (55 min.) :

MEDIA 10-2408

 

Integrative relational psychotherapy  c2007

"Integrative Relational Psychotherapy is a demonstration and discussion of Paul L. Wachtel's approach to treating clients. In this approach, the therapeutic work centers on disrupting the vicious circles in which clients' interactions with others perpetuate the distressing affect states and the internal conflicts that generated their actions in the first place. In this session, Dr. Wachtel works with a young woman who is experiencing stress in her marriage surrounding her husband's family and their overinvolvement in their life. Dr. Wachtel works with her to begin to define the boundaries she requires for her own well-being. They also start to look at the way she may be undermining her own efforts to achieve balance in her relationships." --Container . 1 videodisc (ca. 104 min.)

MEDIA 10-4644

 

Man's right to know 2002

Kevin Hinchey, Ted Dalaku, Wilhelm Reich Museum, and Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust Fund

1 videodisc (29 min.) :

MEDIA 10-3031

 

Managing anxiety in youth the Coping Cat video 2007

Philip C Kendall, W. Michael Nelson, Greg Ganger, and Workbook Publishing, Inc

1 videodisc (41 min.) :

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Mary Ainsworth attachment and the growth of love c2005

Robert S Marvin, Frances W Davidson, John M Davidson, and Davidson Films

This program reviews Mary Ainsworth's studies on attachment behavior and shows how attachment can lead to the growth of loving relationships. 1 videodisc (38 min.)

MEDIA 10-669

 

The motivation breakthrough c2008

"What does it take to motivate the 'forgotten' student that traditional methods just don't seem to reach? Educator Richard Lavoie draws on decades of teaching experience to demonstrate six basic motivational styles and strategies for inspiring the most withdrawn and reluctant student. In this lively workshop presentation for parents and teachers, based on his recent book The Motivation Breakthrough: Six Secrets to Turning on the Tuned-Out Child, Lavoie touches all the bases. He explains how to tap into an apathetic or learning-disabled student's secret need for prestige, power, praise, or reward"--Container. 1 videodisc (75 min.)

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Myths of childhood: Part one: Innocence 2004

Anna Gričve, Sarah Gibson, Wendy Hughes , Film Australia Pty Limited, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and Films for the Humanities (Firm)

The romantic idea that children are innocent is at the heart of what we believe childhood should be. We are outraged when this innocence is violated by any form of child abuse or exploitation. But in our efforts to protect children, have we gone too far? Does our sentimental view of childhood blind us to the realities of children's lives? This video asks experts, parents and children: what happened to childhood? Are ideas about childhood as a state of innocence simply myths? 1 videodisc (54 min.) :

MEDIA 10-3236

 

Myths of childhood: Part three: Perfection 2004

Anna Gričve, Sarah Gibson, Wendy Hughes , Film Australia Pty Limited, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and Films for the Humanities (Firm)

In the era of psychology, contemporary parents have assumed responsibility for the emotional well being, self esteem and happiness of their children. But do parents expect too much of themselves and their children. Is it possible to have a perfect childhood? This video questions the ambitions of parents who strive to be perfect. 1 videodisc (56 min.) :

MEDIA 10-3670

 

Myths of childhood: Part two: Damage  2004

Sarah Gibson, Anna Gričve, Wendy Hughes , Film Australia (Organization), Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and Films for the Humanities (Firm)

"Can the roots of adult phobias and anxieties be found in our childhoods? Psychologists and other experts discuss the impact of remembered and repressed childhood memories, and also the danger that too happy a childhood can render adults incapable of handling trouble and stress ..."--Container. 1 videodisc (55 min.) :

MEDIA 10-3237

 

Obedience 1990?

Stanley Milgram

Presents an experiment conducted during May 1962 at the Yale University Interaction Laboratory on obedience to authority. Describes both obedient and defiant reactions of subjects who are instructed to administer electric shocks of increasing severity to another person. 1 videocassette (45 min.)

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Protagonist 2008

Terrorism, Psychology, Jessica Yu, Elise Pearlstein, Susan West, Hans-Joachim Klein, Mark Pierpoint, Joe Loya, Mark Salzman, Jeff Beal, Marina Sirtis, Chris Diamantopoulos, John Kapelos, Lorber HT Digital, and Alive Mind Media

"A riveting and provocative documentary that explores the psychological transformation of the modern character. Inspired by Greek drama, Academy Award-winning director Jessica Yu weaves together the stories of four men consumed by personal odysseys - a notorious former German terrorist, an evangelical minister who comes out of the closet, a bank robber turned journalist, and a kung-fu fanatic who becomes a stay-at-home dad and author"--Container. 1 videodisc (90 min.) :

MEDIA 10-3608

 

Psychoanalytic therapy over time c2009

Jeremy D. Safran demonstrates the relational psychoanalytic approach. Like other forms of psychoanalysis, the relational approach emphasizes the importance of exploring unconscious processes, transference, and defense, but is also distinguished by a number of key features. Over the course of six sessions, Dr. Safran works with a young woman with a history of serious depression, substance abuse, and a pattern of romantic involvement with abusive men. Over the course of therapy, the client progresses from a stance of wary and resentful compliance to one of growing trust and healthy self-assertion"--Container. 3 videodiscs (332 min.)

MEDIA 10-4575

 

The Psychological birth of the human infant the separation-individuation process 20--?

Margaret S Mahler, Anni Bergman, Fred Pine , and Margaret S. Mahler Psychiatric Research Foundation

Presents examples of complex, but regularly occurring phenomena that characterize the child's journey through the four sub-phases of the separation-individuation process. Includes a 10 minute update where Dr. Fred Pine presents a strong response to a critique of the symbiosis concept and then briefly summarizes the separation-individuation process. 1 videodisc (62 min.)

MEDIA 10-3203

 

Quiet rage the Stanford prison study  1992

Philip G Zimbardo, Ken Musen, Stanford Instructional Television Network, and Stanford University

Discusses a prison simulation experiment conducted in 1971 with students at Stanford University and considers the causes and effects that make prisons such an emotional issue. 1 videocassette (ca. 50 min.)

DANA      MEDIA 439            10-1742             2-6006

 

Recent advances in cognitive therapy an interview 2005

Aaron T Beck, Judith S Beck, Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research, and European Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies

This videotape is in two parts. Part 1. Dr. Judith Beck is interviewed about the forthcoming therapy session with a depressed patient. Part 2. Dr. Beck illustrates the basics of cognitive therapy. 1 videodisc

MEDIA 10-679

 

Relational psychotherapy c2008

"In this session, Dr. Safran works with a woman in her 30s who separated from her husband but is considering giving her marriage another try. Dr. Safran and the client discuss her marriage and explore past trauma that may continue to affect her current relationships."--Container. 1 videodisc (99 min.)

MEDIA 10-4574

 

Someday Melissa the story of an eating disorder loss and hope c2011

In 2009, 19-year-old Melissa Avrin lost her life to an eating disorder after a long struggle with bulimia.  It was a five year battle that wreaked havoc on her self-esteem, academic success, her friendships and family.  Melissa, an aspiring filmmaker and gifted writer,  kept a journal to help express her feelings and one entry stood out from the rest.  "Someday.... I'll eat breakfast, I'll keep a job for more than 3 weeks, I'll have a boyfriend for more than 10 days, I'll love someone, I'll travel wherever I want, I'll make my family proud, I'll make a movie that will change lives." This poem became the inspiration for the documentary, Someday Melissa, the story of an eating disorder, loss and hope  that her mother, Judy Avrin,  made to create a tool that would help families, health care workers, educators and coaches better understand the devastation of eating disorders and provide a call to action. 1 videodisc (59 min.) :

MEDIA 10-3770

 

Structural family therapy with Harry Aponte 2010, c1998

Harry J Aponte, Jon Carlson, Diane Kjos, Ali Miller, Psychotherapy.net, and Governors State University

In this three-part video, Aponte discusses his approach to family therapy, conducts a real session with a challenging family, and then offers commentary about the session. Aponte's responses to questions from an audience of therapists further elucidate the rationale behind his interventions.--From container. 1 videodisc (114 min.) :

MEDIA 10-2352

 

Sybil 2006

Joanne Woodward, Sally Field, Brad Davis, Jacqueline Babbin,  Stewart Stern, Daniel Petrie, Flora Rheta Schreiber, Lorimar Productions, and Warner Home Video (Firm)

A landmark, classic drama depicting the extraordinary real life of a young woman suffering from multiple personality disorder. Includes the full 3-hour broadcast version (aired over two nights), along with over an hour of new exclusive special features. 2 videodiscs (ca. 187 min.)

MEDIA 10-772

 

Systemic family therapy DVD series demonstrations of theory to practice c2012, c2011

Jon Louis Winek, Sue Herzog, Bonnie Perkins, Nick Jordan, John Edwards, Pamela Richey, Jack Mulgrew, Chris Rodriguez, Jeff Krepps, and Sage Publications, inc

Portrays comprehensive examples of different approaches to family therapy. Therapists engage people involved in various family structures including single parents, couples, families of mixed race and ethnicity, and LGBT families and couples. The DVDs are intended to highlight the approaches featured in Jon L. Winek's Systemic family therapy. 7 videodiscs (394 min.) :

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Three approaches to psychotherapy 200-?

Demonstrates client-centered therapy as practiced by Carl Rogers, gestalt therapy as practiced by Frederick Perls, and rational-emotive therapy as practiced by Albert Ellis.  Part 3 includes an evaluation by the patient, Gloria, of her therapy. 3 videodiscs (116 min.)

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Three approaches to psychotherapy 2000?

Analyses and demonstrates three techniques of psychotherapy as practiced by Dr. Hans Strupp (psychodynamic therapy), Dr. Donald Meichenbaum (cognitive-behavior modification) and Dr. Aaron Beck (cognitive) each interviewing the same client, Richard, to demonstrate their differing and similar perspectives. 3 videodiscs (139 min.)

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Three approaches to psychotherapy 200?, 1977

Demonstrates client-centered therapy as practiced by Carl Rogers, Actualizing therapy as practiced by Everett Shostrom, and multi-modal therapy as practiced by Arnold Lazarus. Part 3 includes an evaluation by the patient, Kathy, of her therapy. 3 videodiscs (136 min.)

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A Time to learn--reality orientation in the nursing home 1973

Alex Tice, Veterans Administration Hospital, Tuscaloosa, Ala, and National Audiovisual Center

Emphasizes the implementation process of reality orientation in three distinct nursing home settings. Illustrates the actual staff-training of the three facilities using various teaching techniques. Demonstrates methods of implementing reality orientation with only limited information on its concepts and basic principles. 28 min

MEDIA 10-3256

 

Trust second acts in young lives 2010

Nancy Kelly, Kenji Yamamoto, Center for Independent Documentary, and New Day Films

"Trust starts in a theater as a group of teenage actors receive a standing ovation, then takes us back to the beginning, when an 18-year-old Hondureńa tells the company a story about her life that involved rape and incest. Amazing things unfold as these teens transform her story into a daring original play and learn to trust each other in ways you might never think possible."--Container. 1 videodisc (78 min.) :

MEDIA 10-3042

 

Understanding group psychotherapy featuring Irvin D. Yalom, M.D 2006

Steve Rosen, Terri DeBono, Irvin D Yalom, PsychotherapistResources.com, and Brooks/Cole Publishing Company

Volume 1: Dr. Yalom brings the group from content to process, establishes group norms, establishes a supportive group environment, and builds trust among group members. Between sessions, he comments on the situations depicted and the techniques used. The patients are actors but the situation and dialog are drawn from Dr. Yalom's experience with real patients. Volume 2: Dr. Yalom demonstrates his here and now approach in a therapy group in an acute inpatient psychiatric ward of a general hospital. He helps patients break through their isolation and avoid practices that might lead to the failure of the group session. The patients are actors but the situations and dialog are drawn from Dr. Yalom's experience with real patients. With commentary by Dr. Yalom. Volume 3: Dr. Yalom discusses group and existential psychotherapy, his work on bereavement, and early influences on his professional life. 3 v. in 5 videodiscs (260 min.)

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The up series: Seven up!; 7 plus seven; 21 up; 28 up; 35 up; 42 up; 49 up 2007

Michael Apted, Margaret Bottomley, Claire Lewis, Granada Television, ITV (Firm), British Broadcasting Corporation, and First-Run Features (Firm)

In 1964 Michael Apted interviewed a group of seven year old children from diverse backgrounds from all over England, asking them about their lives and their dreams for the future. Every seven years, Apted has been back to talk to the same subjects. 6 videodiscs (710 min.)

MEDIA 10-1342

 

Warrendale 2010

Examines the lives of residents and staff at an experimental residential treatment center for emotionally disturbed youth in Toronto. Shows the special treatment devised for the children by the director, Dr. John Brown. 1 videodisc (101 min.)

MEDIA 10-5572

 

We don't live under normal conditions c1999

Rhonda Collins and Aperiofilms (Firm)

Six people discuss complex issues about how society is handling depression, despair and suicidal behavior. 1 videodisc (ca. 72 min.)

MEDIA 10-893

 

When medicine got it wrong c2009

Katie Cadigan, Laura Murray, Rita Moreno, ImageReal Pictures, KQED-TV (Television station : San Francisco, Calif.), Independent Television Service, and Documentary Educational Resources (Firm)

In 1974 a small group of parents became the first in the nation to publicly refuse blame for causing their children to have schizophrenia. They formed Parents of Adult Schizophrenics and their activism led to parents around the nation demanding changes in how the disease is understood and treated. 1 videodisc (53 min.)

MEDIA 10-1807

 

The world of abnormal psychology 2013

A video series that covers the spectrum of psychological disorders from simple stress to paranoid schizophrenia. In documentary style, therapists, physicians, and researchers weave their commentary on causal factors, treatments and prognoses around the patients' own stories. "See how people with diagnosed psychological disorders actually behave. Case studies, enriched with commentary from experts, help demystify the biological, psychological, and environmental causes of dysfunctional behavior. The series explores theory and practice in the treatment of the mentally ill, covering multiple approaches."--Container. 7 videodiscs (ca. 780 min.)

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Psychology

21 up South Africa Mandela's children 2008?

Angus Gibson, Jemma Jupp, ITV Productions, and First-Run Features (Firm)

In South Africa a group of children, first filmed in 1992 at the age of 7, are now 21. Rich and poor, black, white and mixed race, these fascinating and revealing portraits offer unique insights into the social and political upheavals that have occurred throughout South Africa since the crumbling of apartheid. From township slums to apartheid-era mansions to the bushveldt, these children, now young adults, have experienced a multitude of change. See them age from 7 to 21 and learn that AIDS has claimed the lives of three of these children. 1 videodisc (ca. 70 min.)

MEDIA 10-1618

 

35 up 1993 1991

Michael Apted

Documentary. Continues the study of a group of British young people from a variety of economic and social backgrounds as they grow up, interviewing them at the ages of seven, fourteen, twenty-one, twenty-eight, and now at thirty-five. Provides a sociological and cultural history of postwar Britain as well as an examination of the process of growing up. 1 videocassette (123 min.)

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Accelerated experiential dynamic psychotherapy c2007

Diana Fosha, Jon Carlson, Governors State University, Communication Services, and American Psychological Association

"In Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP), Dr. Diana Fosha demonstrates her healing-centered treatment approach, which aims to capitalize on the client's natural, adaptive, wired-in capacities for healing and transformation. AEDP integrates experiential and relational elements within an affect-centered psychodynamic framework, with the somatic experience of affect in relationship and the moment-to-moment regulation of this experience as the focus of clinical aims to bring about change. In this session, Dr. Fosha works with a young woman who comes to treatment for help with an unsatisfying marriage. The client is worried that her 3-year-old daughter is being harmed by watching the conflict between the parents. Working to rapidly overcome the client's defenses and fear of emotional closeness, Dr. Fosha helps the client experience and process her deep grief, hurt, and sadness over her own early experiences of being parented. The client experiences a healing transformation and thus accesses confidence in herself and in her own resources."--Container. 1 videodisc (106 min.)

MEDIA 10-1864

 

ADHD in adults 1994

Russell A Barkley, Kevin Dawkins, and Sharon Panulla

Describes the symptoms of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and shows interviews with adults who suffer from the disorder.  Russell Barkley details his new theory of ADHD, which explains why these adults have difficulty making adjustments in their lives. 1 videocassette (37 min.)

MEDIA 2-3728

 

Adolescent and adult development 2001

Wendy Moulton-Tate, Sharon Dymmel, Camille Dixon, Coastline Community College District, Worth Publishers, Coast Learning Systems, KOCE-TV (Television station : Huntington Beach, Calif.), and Insight Media (Firm)

Examines the development of the adolescent into adulthood, and the development of the adult. Looks at moral development. 1 videocassette (28 min.)

MEDIA 2-6576

 

Adolescent cognition thinking in a new key c1999

David Elkind, Frances W Davidson, John M Davidson, and Davidson Films

"During adolescence, young minds begin working in fresh ways that permit new ways of reasoning that enable students to take on much more challenging materials. However, these transitions can result in inconsistent forms of thinking that create social and emotional difficulties. Referring to the work of Piaget, Erikson, Goffman and his own studies, David Elkind looks at the intellectual, emotional and social changes of this stage of life"--Container. 1 videodisc (31 min.)

MEDIA 10-1849

 

Adults with attention deficit disorder 1994

Thomas W Phelan and Edward C Booth

Clinical psychologist Thomas W. Phelan first describes the symptoms of "ADD with hyperactivity" as well as the symptoms of "ADD without hyperactivity".  He is then joined by a panel of six adults to discuss important issues that face all adults with Attention Deficit Disorder. 1 videocassette (86 min.)

DANA 1613

 

Affect-focused dynamic psychotherapy  c2005

Jon Carlson, Leigh McCullough, Gary R VandenBos, Julia Frank-McNeil, Governors State University, Communication Services, and American Psychological Association

Dr. Leigh McCullough and Jon Carlson open this video with a discussion about affect-focused dynamic psychotherapy.  Highlights the main treatment and most efficient and effective interventions used in affect phobia therapy.  A session with an actual client follows the interview. 1 videodisc (98 min.)

MEDIA 10-1763

 

All about attention deficit disorder  1990

Pt. 1. Symptoms, development, prognosis and causes (108 min.) -- pt. 2. Diagnosis and treatment (85 min.)Part 1 gives parents, teachers, pediatricians, and mental health professionals the information, tools and emotional support they need to deal with ADD children. It demystifies this baffling disorder and enhances the ADD child's chances of being a successful and happy adult. Part 2 separates facts from myth about this misunderstood child behavioral problem. 2 videocassettes (193 min.)

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Animal Einsteins 1999

Alan Alda and Andrew Liebman

In this Scientific American Frontiers special, host Alan Alda explores current research being done on animal intelligence, in particular language, counting, and simple arithmetic. 1 videocassette (60 min.)

MEDIA 2-3902

 

The Anxiety disorders 1991

Marsha Zeesman

This program describes a range of anxiety responses, discusses causal factors, and shows how anxiety-based disorders are treated. 1 videocassette (59 min.)

MEDIA 2-2283

 

Are the kids alright? c2004

Karen Bernstein, Ellen Spiro, HoustonPBS, Mobilus Media (Firm), and Fanlight Productions

Documentary that explores childrens mental health in Texas. 1 videocassette (56 min.)

MEDIA 2-7379

 

Around the clock parenting the delayed ADHD child 1994, 1991

Joan F Goodman and Susan Hoban

"This program explores the many challenges facing parents of children with the combined diagnosis of ADHD and developmental delay (including difficulties with language, coordination, and learning)."--Container. 1 videocassette (47 min.)

MEDIA 2-3718

 

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder what can we do? 1992

Kevin Dawkins, Russell A Barkley, Lee Dawkins, and Sharon Panulla

" Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a developmental handicapping condition that is relatively chronic and affects the adult outcome of most individuals diagnosed with this disorder." Discusses the treatments that can help these individuals lead more successful, happy and productive lives. 1 videocassette (37 min.)

MEDIA 2-3726

 

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder what do we know? 1992

Kevin Dawkins, Russell A Barkley, Lee Dawkins, and Sharon Panulla

Describes the characteristics of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), which is a biological problem involving an underactivity in those centers of the brain responsible for sustaining motivation and effort over time. Discusses the differing degrees and the prevalence of this condition, as well as problems associated with it. 1 videocassette (36 min.)

MEDIA 2-3725

 

Babies' minds 2001

Andrew Sachs and Andrew Law

Examines Jean Piaget's and Melanie Klien's theories on infant mental representation. Examples of infant behavior demonstrate the different stages of babies' abilities. 1 videocassette (25 min.)

DANA 1737

 

The BBC prison study 2008

Sue Howes, Steve Taylor, Alex Haslam, Stephen Reicher, Halovine (Firm), Online Classroom Ltd, and British Broadcasting Corporation

In December 2001, Alex Haslam and Steve Reicher collaborated with the BBC to conduct an investigation of group processes within a simulated prison environment. Over a period of nine days, Haslam and Reicher collected social, clinical and organisational data from 15 participants in order to test theoretical ideas about the psychology of power and resistance, tyranny and order. 1 videodisc (ca. 25 min.)

DANA 447

 

The Behaving brain ; The Responsive brain 1989

Philip G Zimbardo

Program 3 deals with the brain's structures, its biochemical reactions, and how these two affect behavior. Program 4 attempts to explain how the brain controls behavior and the role played by the environment. 1 videocassette (60 min.)

MEDIA 2-1658

 

Behavior disorders of childhood 1991

This program focuses on three types of children's disorders: developmental, primarily autism ; disruptive, including attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and conduct disorder; and emotional, primarily separation anxiety disorder. 1 videocassette (59 min.)

MEDIA 2-2291

 

Die Bewerbung The interview c2006

Harun Farocki, Harun Farocki Filmproduktion, and Facets Video (Firm)

Documentary about German training classes for job interviewing. The director notes, "In the summer of 1996, we filmed application training courses in which one learns how to apply for a job. School-leavers, university graduates, people who have been retrained, the long-term unemployed, recovered drug addicts, and mid-level managers -- all of them are supposed to learn how to market and sell themselves, a skill to which the term 'self-management' is applied. The self is perhaps nothing more than a metaphysical hook from which to hang a social identity.". 1 videodisc (60 min.)

MEDIA 10-1038

 

Boys alone 2001-?

Kim Flitcroft, John Simm, Soul Purpose Productions, Channel Four (Great Britain), and Filmakers Library, inc

"Film of an English social experiement in which 10 eleven-year-old boys are invited to be 'home alone' without adult supervision for a week in a suburban house"--Container. 1 videocassette (50 min.)

MEDIA 2-6395

 

The brain, our universe within: Evolution: Perception c1994

David T Suzuki, Tomoko Sakota, Masakatsu Takao, Discovery Productions, Inc, Discovery Channel (Firm), Discovery Enterprises Group, NHK Creative, Inc, and Nihon Hoso Kyokai

New imaging techniques reveal a new view of the brain. Focuses on the evolution of the brain and how different parts of the brain control different functions. Discusses how senses break down and transmit the data they receive, and how each person's reality is different. 1 videocassette (ca. 90 min.)

MEDIA 2-6511

 

The brain, our universe within: Matter over mind c1994

David T Suzuki, Hatsuto Hachiya, Masakatsu Takao, Discovery Productions, Inc, Discovery Channel (Firm), Discovery Enterprises Group, NHK Creative, Inc, and Nihon Hoso Kyokai

Explores the mysteries of consciousness, creativity, the emotions, sense of self. 1 videocassette (54 min.)

MEDIA 2-6513

 

The brain, our universe within: Memory: The miraculous mind c1994

David T Suzuki, Tetsuya Muroyama, Shunya Hirano, Discovery Productions, Inc, Discovery Channel (Firm), Discovery Enterprises Group, NHK Creative, Inc, and Nihon Hoso Kyokai

Focuses on how the brain thinks, remembers and regenerates itself. 1 videocassette (90 min.)

MEDIA 2-6512

 

CBT & anxiety 2003

Nick Jordan, Kate Bonsor, Sam Cartwright-Hatton, and Insight Media (Firm)

This video illustrates the use of cognitive-behavioural therapy with children and adolescents suffering from anxiety. The first segment focuses on issues specific to younger clients, and the second discusses the later stages of therapy--particularly cognitive techniques--with adolescents. 2 videocassettes (90 min. each)

MEDIA 2-6781 cassette 2

 

The children of divorce a program featuring survivors 1993

Larry Long and Jennifer Knipe

 Telling us -- Reassuring us of your love -- Not blaming us -- Deciding to co-parent or fight -- Not arguing about us -- Not "badmouthing" -- Not playing us against one another and Not using us as spies -- Not making us grow up too fast, "parentification" -- Not breaking promises -- Dating and your sexuality -- Speaking to other kids -- Speaking to parents -- Speaking to your parentsLooks at divorce through the eyes of youth who "have been there' and sheds light on the conflicting emotions divorce almost always causes in children. 1 videocassette (27 min., 30 sec.)

MEDIA 2-3424

 

The Developing child ; Language development 1989

Philip G Zimbardo

Program 5 details the impact of heredity and environment on children's development. Program 6 describes how psychologists search for truths about the mind, society, and culture by studying how children develop complex language skills and use language in social communication. 1 videocassette (60 min.)

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Dialogues with madwomen 1993

Allie Light and Irving Saraf

Captures the experiences of seven women who have experienced the dark side of the imagination -- multiple personality, manic-depression, schizophrenia, euphoria. 1 videocassette (90 min.)

MEDIA 2-5389

 

Different from you unfulfilled promises to the mentally ill c2002

Demetrio James Cuzzocrea, University of California (System),  Extension Center for Media and Independent Learning, Pistachio Productions, and  Fanlight Productions

This documentary follows the medical rounds of an urban family physician as he services the homeless mentally ill. Through his interactions and through commentary by the mentally ill and by mental health professionals, the film illustrates how patients experience symptoms, deal with vagrancy, drug abuse, and societal hostility, and maintain hope and aspirations. 1 videocassette (60 min.)

MEDIA 2-7390

 

Discoveries of infancy cognitive development and learning 1991

Glynn Butterfield and Steve Gilford

Explores the constant quest for knowledge by children in the first three years of life; concentrating on six major areas, learning schemes, cause and effect, use of tools, object permanence, understanding space, and imitation. 1 videocassette (32 min.)

MEDIA 2-2786

 

Discovering psychology: Program 11: Judgement and decision making: Program 12: Motivation and enotion c2001

Philip G Zimbardo, Tug Yourgrau, WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.), American Psychological Association, WGBH Educational Foundation, and Annenberg/CPB

Judgement and decision making: Explains the decision-making processes and human intuition and how and why people make good and bad decisions. Also explores the psychology of risk taking and negotiation. Motivation and emotion: Examines biological and psychological aspects of motivation and emotion as seen in studies of sexual behavior and the power of optimistic beliefs. 1 videocassette (ca. 60 min.)

MEDIA 2-7420

 

Disordered states 1993

Peter Montagnon and George Page

Explores the problem of mental illness especially schizophrenia and looks at how three different cultures deal with the problem. 1 videocassette (55 min.)

MEDIA 2-3975

 

Dr. Hans Eysenck 198-

H. J Eysenck and Richard I Evans

Eysenck offers his classic criticisms of Freud and Freudian psychoanalysis, describes behavior therapy (a term he was first to use), and covers personality measurement, the psychology of human esthetics, and factor analysis. 1 videocassette (32 min.)

DANA 1724

 

Dr. Raymond Cattell 198-?

James L Bauer, Raymond B Cattell, and Richard I Evans

Pt. 1. Freud's historical biological orientation ; culture-fair intelligence tests ; heredity vs. environmental ; motivation ; attitudes ; dynamic calculus ; self sentiment ; perception ; learning-- pt. 2. Factor analysis ; "Q" and "P" techniques ; psychological testing ; psychotherapyDr. Raymond Cattell talks about Freudian theory and his views about human behavior, psychological testing, psychotherapy, etc. 2 videocassetes (ca. 50 min. each)

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Emotional intelligence 1999

Rachel Lyon, Joseph Camp, and Daniel Goleman

Daniel Goleman introduces his discoveries about the emotional mind. This program offers tools people can use to improve their health, family life and professional prospects. 1 videocassette (ca. 70 min.)

DANA 1687

 

EQ and the emotional curriculum c2003, c2001

Dagmar Charlton, Sean Barrett, Channel Four Films (Firm), Double Exposure (Firm) , and Films for the Humanities (Firm)

IQ used to be the standard by which all were judged. Today, EQ allows for a broader understanding that encompasses attributes such as logical, linguistic, musical, kinetic, and emotional intelligences. This program provides an in-depth analysis of intelligence, including how it is defined and its neural components. Leading experts such as Harvard's Howard Gardner; Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence; Colin Blakemore, of Oxford University; and Alison Gopnik, of the University of California, Berkeley, examine the correlation between self-control and SAT scores, the dominant role of the limbic system, and how emotional and intellectual intelligences can be defined and meaningfully measured. 1 videodisc (50 min.)

MEDIA 10-302

 

Erik H. Erikson a life's work 1992

Margaret Brenman-Gibson, Ruthie Mickles, Peter Hiller, Frances W Davidson, John M Davidson, and  Erik H Erikson

Biography of psychoanalyst Erik H. Erikson, emphasizing his work on the social context of behavior, ethical perspectives, and conflict resolution. 1 videocassette (48 min.)

MEDIA 2-2405

 

Ethics and the difficult client 2006?

Thomas L Rochat and Professional Association for Continuing Education

Reviews APA, NASW, AAMFT, NBCC, ACA and NAMP codes.  Presents and discusses 6 ethical vignettes and the steps to take when encountering such ethical situations. 1 videodisc (83 min.)

DANA 473

 

Ethnocultural psychotherapy Lillian Comas-Diaz, PhD 1994

Lillian Comas-Díaz, Julie Frank-McNeil, Gene Broderson, Chi Chi Sileo, and Doug Fizel

Psychotherapist Lillian Comas-Diaz develops methods for integrating kuman diversity into clinical practice. 1 videocassette (48 min.)

MEDIA 2-3160

 

Evan's dialogue with Jean Piaget and Barbel Inhelder 198-

Jean Piaget, Bärbel Inhelder, and Richard I Evans

Jean Piaget and Barbel Inhelder discuss the stages of intellectual development and traditional ideas in American psychology about learning and perception, Freudian psychology, and intelligence testing. 2 videocassettes (80 min.)

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First feelings 1992

Kate Porter Lewis and Harry Ratner

This program discusses emotional development in infants. 1 videocassette (29 min.)

DANA 1723

 

Flexible, fearful, or feisty the different temperaments of infants and toddlers 1990

David Donnenfield and David Allen

Children come into the world with different temperamental tendencies that play an major role in behavior. Program provides information to help caregivers meet the needs and demands of the challenging mix of temperaments among children in group care. 1 videocassette (29 min.)

MEDIA 2-2783

 

Forty two up 1999

Michael Apted

Follows a group of Britons starting in 1964 from different economic and social backgrounds, interviewing them at the age of seven, then again at fourteen, twenty-one, twenty-eight, and now at forty-two to examine how close they are to achieving the dreams and ambitions of their childhood and youth. 1 videocassette (134 min.)

DANA 1595

 

Foundational conversation with Ken Gergen 2000

Dave Clark and Kenneth J Gergen

"Kenneth J. Gergen is Mustin Professor of Psychology at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. He is a major contributor to theory and research in social construction, and his writings treat a wide range of topics, including postmodernism, organizational process, education, technology, and the self.  Ken Gergen is an Associate Editor of the American Psychologist and Theory and Psychology, as well as a co-founder of the Taos Institute. Among his most important works are Toward transformation in social knowledge, The Saturated self,Realities and relationships and An Invitation to social construction."--Masterswork Web site. 1 videocassette (40 min.)

DANA 1749

 

Psychology Cont'd

 

Gestalt therapy c2004

Jon Carlson, Gordon Wheeler, Yevette Brown , Jon M Tullos, American Psychological Association, Governors State University, and Communication Services

"In Gordon Wheeler's demonstration of Gestalt Therapy, the client attempts to gain a model for understanding how she views the meaning of her experiences, or more accurately, how she constructs the meaning of her experiences, through the lens of her specific viewpoint. What old habits and organization of experiences and feelings does she bring out to each moment?  Observe how the client organizes herself and how she carries herself physically. Where are her feelings? How does she construct her experiences? How does she make meaning of her problems? Wheeler's keen exposition of Gestalt therapy exemplifies the underlying theory that growth occurs by assimilation of what is needed from the environment." -- Web description. 1 videodisc (105 min.) :

MEDIA 10-2041

 

The gift of therapy a conversation with Irvin Yalom, M.D c2002

Irvin D Yalom, Ben Yalom, Randall C Wyatt, and PsychotherapistResources.com

An interview in which Dr. Yalom discusses the central theme's of his life's work as a psychotherapist and writer. 1 videodisc (63 min.)

MEDIA 10-670

 

The good soldier c2009

Lexy Lovell, Michael Uys, and Out of the Blue Productions

"The Good Soldier follows the journeys of five combat veterans from different generations of American wars as they sign up, go into battle, and eventually change their minds about what it means to be a good soldier"--Container. 1 videodisc  (78 min.)

DANA 458

 

Helping parents understand their newborn the Clinical Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale c2003

Karen McMillen, Northern Light Productions, Brazelton Institute, and Fanlight Productions

Discusses the Clinical Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale, which can be used by parents, clinicians and educators in hospital encounters and home settings during the first three months of life to develop relationships between babies and their caregivers. 1 videocassette (ca. 35 min.)

MEDIA 2-7678

 

How children learn 1997

Glenn G Norberg

Examines how people learn by taking in new information and acquiring new skills. 1 videocassette (23 min., 28 sec.)

MEDIA 2-3273

 

Infancy early relationships 1997, 1991

Shanta Herzog, Milan Herzog, Catherine MacDonald, and Rhoda Olenick

Part of a series intended to provide understanding of the unfolding process of human development from the beginning of life through adolescence. This segment deals with early relationships of infants. 1 videocassette (19 min.)

DANA 858

 

The Infant mind 1992

Jack Carroll and Harry Ratner

Jean Piaget's stage theories of object performance and sensory-motor development are explained and challenged.  Research with newborns has revealed that infants possess a basic perception of cause and effect, number, and object permanence and that memory skills and the capacity to form concepts are present much earlier than formerly believed. 1 videocassette (ca. 29 min.)

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Intelligence, creativity, and thinking styles 1999

Phillip Harris and Robert J Sternberg

Robert Sternberg discusses the components of intelligence. 1 videocassette (30 min.)

MEDIA 2-5790

 

Interviewing in action process and practice 1998

Nick Kaufman, Carolyn Dillon, and Bianca Cody Murphy

"Clinical wisdom, hands-on practice, and practical suggestions gleaned from work 'in the trenches' in a one-of-a-kind video designed to help clinicians-in-training master interviewing skills and the complexities of the relational process."--Container. 1 videorecording (120 min.)

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Jung on film Carl Gustav Jung interviewed in Zurich, Swizerland on August 5-8, 1957 1990, 1957

Richard I Evans

Features an interview with Carl Gustav Jung, taped in August 1957, in which the pioneering analytical psychologist speaks to his collaboration with Sigmund Freud, talks about the insights he gained while listening to his patients' dreams, and reflects on the turns his life has taken. 1 videocassette (77 min.)

DANA 1195

 

Leadership in action 1994

Offers insights into management leadership based upon the results of an AT&T study which found a consistent archetypical pattern of memories and emotions surrounding the American concept of quality. This pattern follows three stages: crisis, support, and celebration. AT&T managers at all levels discuss and illustrate the ways in which they effectively lead others through each of these stages. 1 videocassette (ca. 16 min.)

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Looking at abnormal behavior 1991

Kevin Dawkins

Case histories of patients and professionals working to assess, diagnose, and treat various types of abnormal behavior. 1 videocassette (59 min.)

MEDIA 2-2281

 

Make up your mind c2002

Graham Chedd, Alan Alda, Chedd-Angier Production Company, Connecticut Public Television, and PBS Home Video

Scientists look to the brain's frontal lobe as the seat of personality. 1 videocassette (ca. 60 min.)

MEDIA 2-6971

 

Managing anxiety in youth the Coping Cat video 2000

Philip C Kendall, W. Michael Nelson, and Workbook Publishing, Inc

Contains a brief description of child anxiety and sampling sessions portrayed by actors. 1 videocassette (50 min.)

MEDIA 2-7623

 

Mary Ainsworth attachment and the growth of love c2005

Robert S Marvin, Frances W Davidson, John M Davidson, and Davidson Films

This program reviews Mary Ainsworth's studies on attachment behavior and shows how attachment can lead to the growth of loving relationships. 1 videodisc (38 min.)

MEDIA 10-669

 

Matter of heart 1991

Michael Whitney, Mark Whitney, and Suzanne Wagner

A film portrait of Carl Gustav Jung which includes rare home movies, archival materials and interviews. Presents conversations with Jung's closest friends, patients and associates including Marie-Louise von Franz, Joseph Henderson, members of the Hugennmater family, and Sir Laurens van der Post. Explores Jung's long relationship with Fraulein Toni Wolff, and also focuses on the meaning of Jung's genius for society. 1 videocassette (107 min.)

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Methodology the psychologist and the experiment 1975

Peter Jordan

Shows two examples of controlled manipulation with test groups in the laboratory in order to explain the basic logic of experimentation in psychology. 1 videocassette (31 min.)

MEDIA 2-2040

 

Milton H. Erickson, M.D explorer in hypnosis and therapy 1993

Jay Haley, Madeleine Richeport-Haley, and Milton H Erickson

Presents a portrait of Milton Erickson's life and work as an innovator and authority in the field of hypnosis and therapy. 1 videocassette (56 min.)

MEDIA 2-3262

 

The Mind awake and asleep ; The Mind hidden and divided 1989

Philip G Zimbardo

Program 13 explores the nature of sleeping, dreaming, and altered states of consciousness. Also looks at how consciousness lets us interpret, analyze, and direct our behavior in adaptive, flexible ways. Program 14 examines how events and experiences of the subconscious affect moods, actions, and health. Includes case studies of multiple personality and split-brain patients and demonstrations of hypnosis. 1 videocassette (60 min.)

MEDIA 2-1663

 

Mind of a murderer produced and directed by Mike Smith ; a BBC/Discovery Channel co-production 2002

Mike Smith and Robert Lindsay

Discusses the biochemistry of why men kill. 1 videocassette (50 min.)

DANA 1743

 

Mood disorders 1991

Alvin H Perlmutter, Toby Kleban Levine, and Megan Cogswell

This program introduces mood disorders from mania to depressive stupor.  It explores those factors that contribute to their onset, describes how they disrupt people's lives, and examines treatments that seem to work. 1 videocassette (60 min.)

MEDIA 2-2288

 

Mood disorders: Antidepressants and mood stabilizers c2001

Jim Harrigan, Concept Media, inc, and Classroom Productions

Discusses the groups of medications used in the treatment of depression and bipolar disorders, theories of how they work within the brain, and how they affect behavior. Addresses significant issues facing the caregiver who administers such medications including special considerations in administration and observation for side effects. 1 videocassette (24 min.)

DANA 2158

 

Mood disorders: Bipolar disorders c2001

Concept Media, inc and Crosstown Productions

Defines bipolar disorder and illustrates the symptoms present during manic episode and hyomania. Describes and discusses Bipolar 1 and Bipolar II disorder, mixed episode, "rapid cycling" and cyclothymia. Discusses the epidemiology of bipolar disorder and the treatment including mood stabilizers, family education and short-term psychotherapy. 1 videocassette (29 min.)

DANA 2159

 

Moral development 1973

Tom Lazarus, David L Rosenhan, Stanley Milgram, Robert E Schell, and Bill Kaplan

Examines two of the major theories in the field of moral development by using Dr. Stanley Milgrim's famous obedience experiment to pose a serious moral dilemma. Features Dr. David Rosenhan who summarizes the developmental stages of moral judgment in children and adults. 1 videocassette (27 min.)

MEDIA 2-1966

 

Morality the process of moral development 1977

Susan De Merrsemen-Warren, Marcus Krigbaum, Roy Anthony Cox, and Elliot Turiel

Dr. Susan De Merrsemen-Warren and Dr. Elliot Turiel interview and test children from the age of four until early adulthood in order to examine their concepts of sharing, fairness, justice, and other attitudes linked to the process of moral development. 1 videocassette (28 min.)

MEDIA 2-2409

 

My friend Paul 1999

Jonathan Berman and David Tedeschi

A film portrayal of the friendship of filmmaker, Jonathan Berman and his childhood friend Paul, a bank robber and manic depressive. Includes footage from childhood films and interviews with friends and relatives.  Raises issues about mental illness, criminality, and the meanings of responsibility and friendship. 1 videocassette (58 min.)

DANA 1515

 

Mystery of the senses a Nova miniseries 1995

Diane Ackerman, Peter Jones, Larry Klein, Michael Gunton, Nigel Ashcroft, Thomas Levenson, Carroll Parrott Blue, and Diane Ackerman

[Program 1] Hearing / producer-director, Larry Klein ; writers, Larry Klein, Diane Ackerman -- [program 2] Smell / producers, Michael Gunton, Larry Klein ; directors, Michael Gunton, Nigel Ashcroft, Larry Klein ; writers, Michael Gunton, Diane Ackerman -- [program 3] Taste / producer-director, Thomas Levenson ; writers, Thomas Levenson, Diane Ackerman -- [program 4] Touch / producer-director, Peter Jones ; writers, Peter Jones, Diane Ackerman -- [program 5] Vision / producer-director, Carroll Parrott Blue ; writers, Carroll Parrott Blue, Diane AckermanExplores the wonders of hearing, smell, taste, touch, and vision. 5 videocassettes (300 min.)

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Myths of childhood 1997

Sarah Gibson, Anna Grieve, Melinae Sandford, and Wendy Hughes

"This provocative three-part series confronts the notion that children are naturally innocent, asks why some adults blame childhood events for their adult unhappiness and questions the ambitions of parents who strive to raise the perfect child.  Children and parents from the U.S., Australia, and the United Kingdom share their experiences"--Container. 1 videocasette (55 min.)

DANA 864

 

The Nature of memory 1991

Eva Zelig and Jim Hartz

Shows computer models that mimic the functions of human memory, introduces studies of amnesiacs to determine how and where memories are made and stored, probes the effects of emotion on memory and how memory can be altered. 1 videocassette (26 min.)

MEDIA 2-1684

 

The Nature of stress 1991

Lisa Zbar and Marsha Zeesman

This program considers a range of stress responses, including some that are dysfunctional, and examines treatment approaches.  Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is studied as an extreme form of stress reaction. 1 videocassette (59 min.)

MEDIA 2-2282

 

Negative symptoms in schizophrenia 1995

Nancy C Andreasen

A discussion of the negative symptoms of schizophrenia including interviews with patients and treatment teams. 1 videocassette (45 min.)

MEDIA 2-2897

 

New attitude achieve personal and professional success by keeping a positive mental outlook 1997

Marian Thomas and Kellie Blackburn

A positive attitude is the key to success.  Focus on the positive aspects of your life; make your work fun and more profitable; keep difficult situations from bringing you down; meet challenges and change with a sense of control. 1 videocassette (60 min.)

DANA 1317

 

Obedience 1990?

Stanley Milgram

Presents an experiment conducted during May 1962 at the Yale University Interaction Laboratory on obedience to authority. Describes both obedient and defiant reactions of subjects who are instructed to administer electric shocks of increasing severity to another person. 1 videocassette (45 min.)

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Obedience 1996

Tom Werner, Ted Purvis, and Stanley Milgram

This video presents segments from a reenactment of Stanley Milgram's classic experiment on obedience to authority. It shows the experimenter encouraging subjects to administer increasingly strong electric shocks to the learner -- an accomplice of Milgram's. The program raises questions about the ethics of psychological experimentation with human subjects. 1 videocassette (ca. 11 min.)

DANA 1746

 

Obedience 2008

Stanley Milgram, Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania State University, Media Sales, and Yale University

Presents an experiment conducted by Dr. Stanley Milgram in May 1962 at Yale University on obedience to authority. Describes both obedient and defiant reactions of subjects who are instructed to administer electric shocks of increasing severity to another person. 1 videodisc (45 min.)

MEDIA 10-1715

 

Object-relations therapy 1997

Jill Savege Scharff,  Jon Carlson, and Diane Kjos

Introduction to a form of psychoanalysis based on needs, with the therapist providing a place of safety and a secure relationship so as to create a platform for therapy. 1 videocassette (117 min.)

DANA 1721

 

Organic mental disorders 1991

Kevin Dawkins, Alvin H Perlmutter, and Toby Kleban Levine

This program focuses on organic mental disorders that result from three causes: physical trauma, disease, and exposure to toxic substances. Assessment, treatment, and prognosis are all addressed. 1 videocassette (60 min.)

MEDIA 2-2290

 

Otto a study in abnormal psychology 1975

Philip Stockton, William Kinzer, Robert Berry, Gloria Dorson, and Mary Forester

A case study in abnormal behavior, portraying a middle-aged man suffering from real and imagined pressures at home and at work. 1 videocassette (27 min.)

MEDIA 2-1178

 

An Ounce of prevention 1991

Examines several community based projects that focus on specific life stages.  Each example uses a unique combination of strategies to lessen the effects of known psychological, sociocultural, environmental, and biomedical risk factors in the hope that the development of psychological problems do not occur. 1 videocassette (60 minutes)

MEDIA 2-2293

 

Out of the mouths of babes 1973

Jill G De Villiers, Peter A De Villiers, and Heather Cook

Describes the stages of language acquisition from infancy to six years of age. Scenes show children in normal everyday circumstances and in testing situations. 1 videocassette (28 min.)

MEDIA 2-2089

Psychology Cont'd

Past, present, and promise ; Understanding research 1989

Philip G Zimbardo

Program 1 describes psychology as the science that stands at the crossroads of philosophy, anthropology, biochemistry, and artifical intelligence. Program 2 deals with the scientific method as applied to psychological research, with an emphasis on sharpening critical thinking regarding research findings. 1 videocassette (57 min.)

MEDIA 2-1657

 

Perception the theories c1999

Helen Staveley-Taylor, Peter Ready, Uniview Productions, and Films for the Humanities (Firm)

Discusses the senses, including proprioception, and theories of Structuralist, Gestalt, Constructivist and Direct perception are analyzed. 1 videocassette (48 min.)

MEDIA 2-7654

 

Personality disorders 1991

Megan Cogswell

This program identifies 11 personality disorders and concentrates on four:  narcissistic, antisocial, borderline, and obsessive-compulsive. 1 videocassette (59 min.)

MEDIA 2-2285

 

Piaget's developmental theory an overview 1989

David Elkind and Jean Piaget

David Elkind examines Jean Piaget's work in developmental psychology, dividing this work into four periods.  Explores the concepts of assimilation and accomodation, the development of the semi-clinical interview, the course of a child's mental development, and Piaget's work in memory and imagery. Uses archival footage of Dr. Piaget and newly shot footage of Dr. Elkind conducting interviews with children of varying ages. 1 videocassette (27 min.)

DANA. MEDIA 1584 2-2406

 

Piaget's developmental theory concrete operations 1984

Jean Piaget and David Elkind

Using structured interviews with children from four- to nine-years-old, Dr. David Elkind illustrates the development of transitive thinking and reversibility as children move from the pre-operational to concrete operational stage of cognitive development. Children's construction of the unit concept, so basic to arithmetic and beginning reading is explored. Dr. Elkind also examines some of the recent criticisms of Piaget's theories. 1 videocassette (30 min.)

DANA. MEDIA 1591 2-2128

 

Piaget's developmental theory conservation 197-?

Jean Piaget

Children between the ages of five and twelve perform tasks dealing with quantity, length, area and volume to illustrate the Piagetian concept of conservation. The children's differing approaches to the tasks are discussed by Drs. Robert Karplus and Celia Stendler Lavatelli. 1 videocassette (29 min.)

DANA. MEDIA 1583 2-2408

 

The Power of the situation ; Constructing social reality 1989

Philip G Zimbardo

Program 19 examines how situational forces can manipulate beliefs and behavior. Also examines how social psychologists interpret human behavior within its broader social context. Program 20 looks at how mental processes color our interpretations of reality. 1 videocassette (60 min.)

MEDIA 2-1666

 

The Psychological birth of the human infant the separation-individuation process 1983

Margaret S Mahler

Presents examples of complex, but regularly occurring phenomena that characterize the child's journey through the four sub-phases of the separation-individuation process. 1 videocassette (50 min.)

MEDIA  DANA 2-848     1573

 

Psychological factors and physical illness 1991

Megan Cogswell

This program draws on recent research studies in several disciplines that examine the influence of psychological factors on physical health.  It focuses on psychological approaches used in the treatment of three medical problems:  headaches, heart disease, and cancer. 1 videocassette (59 min.)

MEDIA 2-2284

 

Psychopathology ; Psychotherapy 1989

Philip G Zimbardo

Program 21 defines and explores schizophrenia, phobias, and affective disorders. Also includes discussions with clinical psychologists who examine various factors that can lead to mental and behavioral disorders. Program 22 describes how theory, research, and practice come together in the treatment of psychological disorders. Also discusses how attitudes toward the mentally ill have been influenced by historical, cultural, and social forces. 1 videocassette (60 min.)

MEDIA 2-1667

 

Psychotherapies 1991

Lisa Zbar, Marsha Zeesman, and Alvin H Perlmutter

In this program, clinicians demonstrate various types of psychologically based therapies (psycho-dynamic, cognitive-behavioralm and experiential) and show their application with both individuals and groups. 1 videocassette (60 min.)

MEDIA 2-2292

 

Quiet rage the Stanford prison study  1992

Philip G Zimbardo, Ken Musen, Stanford Instructional Television Network, and Stanford University

Discusses a prison simulation experiment conducted in 1971 with students at Stanford University and considers the causes and effects that make prisons such an emotional issue. 1 videocassette (ca. 50 min.)

DANA      MEDIA 439            10-1742             2-6006

 

Reaching beyond Magical child: Adolescence & beyond 1994

Joseph Chilton Pearce, Michael Mendizza, Kitty Hilton, and Touch the Future

Joseph Chilton Pearce discusses adolescence as a time of painful idealism and great expectation that includes a feeling of hidden greatness. 1 videocassette (58 min., 30 sec.)

MEDIA 2-6515

 

Reaching beyond Magical child: Awakening of intelligence 1994

Joseph Chilton Pearce, Michael Mendizza, and Touch the Future

Joseph Chilton Pearce discusses his ideas about nature's plan for the unfolding intelligence. 1 videocassette (58 min., 30 sec.)

MEDIA 2-6516

 

Reaching beyond Magical child: Critical & creative thinking 1994

Joseph Chilton Pearce, Michael Mendizza, Kitty Hilton, and Touch the Future

Joseph Chilton Pearce discusses why the movement from the concrete world to one of pure abstraction is perhaps the most dramatic change which occurs during preadolescence. 1 videocassette (58 min., 30 sec.)

MEDIA 2-6517

 

Reaching beyond Magical child: Imagination and play 1994

Joseph Chilton Pearce, Michael Mendizza, Kitty Hilton, and Touch the Future

Joseph Chilton Pearce discusses his ideas about play as the freedom and safety to move beyond the limitations we have accepted and discover something new about ourselves. 1 videocassette (58 min., 30 sec.)

MEDIA 2-6518

 

Reaching beyond Magical child: Learning and education 1994

Joseph Chilton Pearce, Michael Mendizza, Kitty Hilton, and Touch the Future

In a lecture before a group of parents, educators, and health care providers, Joseph Chilton Pearce discusses what it means to learn and how children's learning changes as they grow. 1 videocassette (58 min., 30 sec.)

MEDIA 2-6514

 

Recent advances in cognitive therapy an interview 2005

Aaron T Beck, Judith S Beck, Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research, and European Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies

This videotape is in two parts. Part 1. Dr. Judith Beck is interviewed about the forthcoming therapy session with a depressed patient. Part 2. Dr. Beck illustrates the basics of cognitive therapy. 1 videodisc

MEDIA 10-679

 

Reinventing leadership 1996

Kevin Dawkins and Edwin H Friedman

"...demonstrates how our ability to lead is related more to the nature of our presence than to technique or know-how."--Container. 1 videocassette (42 min.)

MEDIA 2-3305

 

Remembering and forgetting ; Cognitive processes 1989

Philip G Zimbardo

Program 9 looks at the complex process of memory. Examines how experiences are translated into codes in the memory, why we forget, and how memory can be improved. Program 10 examines the cognitive processes of reasoning, planning, and problem solving. 1 videocassette (60 min.)

MEDIA 2-1661

 

Reviving Ophelia : saving the selves of adolescent girls 1998

Mary Bray Pipher

Teen pressures -- Media pressures -- Sexual pressures -- Boys -- Girls -- Parents & teachersMary Pipher discusses the challenges facing today's teenagers, especially girls, as well as the role of media and popular culture in shaping their identities. 1 videocassette (35 min.)

MEDIA 2-3633

 

The Schizophrenias  1991

Marsha Zeesman, Alvin H Perlmutter, and Toby Kleban Levine

This program explores what it it feels like to live with schizophrenia, what factors are believed to contribute to its onset, and what is being done to treat it. 1 videocassette (60 min)

MEDIA 2-2289

 

Self profile a guide for positive interpersonal communication 1995

Randall J Wright

Through a series of questions and respondent answers, the profile helps determine one's personality type, knowledge of which can have an immediate and positive impact on one's life. 1 videocassette (72 min.)

DANA 1313

 

The Self ; Testing and intelligence 1989

Philip G Zimbardo

Program 15 explores society's role in shaping our ideas of who we really are. Also examines the emotional and motivational consequences of beliefs about oneself. Program 16 defines intelligence and how it is measured. 1 videocassette (60 min.)

MEDIA 2-1664

 

Sensation and perception ; Learning 1989

Philip G Zimbardo

Program 7 deals with how we transform raw sensory data into meaningful impressions. Also focuses on the ways personal experience influences our perceptions. Program 8 describes the principles of classical and operant condition to show how learning occurs. Features the research of Pavlov, Thorndike, and Skinner. 1 videocassette (60 min.)

MEDIA 2-1660

 

Sexual disorders 1991

Kevin Dawkins, Alvin H Perlmutter, and Toby Kleban Levine

Discusses a variety of sexual dysfunctions and sexual disorders, focusing on pedophillia, rape, gendere dysphoria and desire and aarousal disorders and addresses potential psychological, sociocultural and biological causal factors as well as approaches to treatment. 1 videocassette (60 min.)

MEDIA 2-2287

 

She's leaving me a four-stage treatment model for men struggling with relationship loss 1996

Stephen Lerner

Dr. Lerner presents his four-stage therapy model designed to help men move from the crisis of being left to a broader examination of their relationships, emotional functioning, and life plan. 1 videocassette (40 min.)

MEDIA 2-3306

 

Short-term group psychotherapy for loss patients 1992, 1991

William E Piper

A demonstration role play created by the Short-term Group Psychotherapy Seminar to provide clinicians with an audio-visual impression of time-limited, short-term group psychotherapy for loss patients, and to introduce clinicians to some of the conceptual and technical issues associated with conducting such groups. 1 videocassette (55 min.)

MEDIA 2-3307

 

Simple beginnings? child development from birth to age five 1996

Andrew Sachs, John Oats, and Barbara Welch

The program features three experiments which display early abilities of infants to recognize rules, faces, and biological motion.  The experiments test short-term memory capacities of young babies, register a baby's reaction to the mother and to a stranger, and demonstrate how babies appear to discriminate at a young age between biodynamic and non-biodynamic motion.  The program goes on to explore the parents' role in structuring infants' learning experiences in the early development of language. 1 videocassette (24 min.)

DANA 867

 

Stress management 1995

Christine C Brewer and Peggy Doolittle

Learn to look at yourself in new ways. To rearrange your activities to fit your priorities, yourself, your job and your family, without adding stress. 1 videocassette (79 min.)

DANA 1314

 

Stressed out in America 1997

Jack Ford and Jodi Applegate

A five segment series dealing with the causes of stress and how to reduce stress in your home and work environment through exercise and stress effective thinking. 1 videocassette (30 min.)

DANA 1244

 

Sybil 2006

Joanne Woodward, Sally Field, Brad Davis, Jacqueline Babbin,  Stewart Stern, Daniel Petrie, Flora Rheta Schreiber, Lorimar Productions, and Warner Home Video (Firm)

A landmark, classic drama depicting the extraordinary real life of a young woman suffering from multiple personality disorder. Includes the full 3-hour broadcast version (aired over two nights), along with over an hour of new exclusive special features. 2 videodiscs (ca. 187 min.)

MEDIA 10-772

 

Teach the children 1993

Mary Megee and Robert D'Alessandro

Edwin Newman explores the impact of extensive television viewing on young children through interviews with educators, psychologists, media analysts, mental health researchers, children, and interested adults. 1 videocassette (57 min.)

MEDIA 2-2343

 

Theories of personality 1994

Jeff Hildebrandt and  Dan Smith

Explains five major schools of thought on development of personality: psychoanalytic theories; humanistic theories, trait theories; behavioral-social learning; and cognitive theories. 1 videocassette (28 min.)

DANA 1719

 

Three approaches to psychotherapy Dr. Albert Ellis 198-?

Everett L Shostrom and Albert Ellis

Describes rational-emotive psycho-therapy as practiced by Dr. Albert Ellis. Shows his interview with patient Gloria and gives a summation of the effectiveness of the interview. Includes an evaluation by Gloria of her therapy with Doctors Carl Rogers, Frederick Perls, and Albert Ellis. 1 videocassette (ca. 36 min.)

MEDIA 2-1307

 

Three approaches to psychotherapy Dr. Carl Rogers 198-?

Carl R Rogers and Everett L Shostrom

Describes client-centered therapy as practiced by Dr. Carl Rogers. Shows his interview with patient Gloria and gives a summation of the effectiveness of the interview. 1 videocassette (ca. 48 min.)

MEDIA 2-1305

 

Three approaches to psychotherapy Dr. Frederick Perls 198-?

Everett L Shostrom and Frederick S Perls

Describes the Gestalt therapy as practiced by Dr. Frederick Perls. Shows his interview with patient Gloria and gives a summation of the effectiveness of the interview. 1 videocassette (ca. 32 min.)

MEDIA 2-1306

 

Three approaches to psychotherapy : II  1977

Carl R Rogers, Arnold Leslie Lazarus, Everett Shostom, and Harry Ratner

This is the last film in a three part series which explores the psychotherapy techniques of Dr. Carl Rogers, Dr. Everett Shostrom, and Dr. Arnold Lazarus. This film, introduced by Dr. Lazarus, focuses on his multimodal behavior therapy. Dr. Lazarus demonstrates his technique during an interview with client Cathy. The interview is followed by an evaluation of the session. 1 videocassette (46 min.)

MEDIA 2-1351

 

Three approaches to psychotherapy : II  1977

Everett Shostrom, Carl R Rogers, Arnold Leslie Lazarus, and Harry Ratner

This is the second film of a three part series dealing with the different approaches to psychotherapy of psychologists Carl Rogers, Everett Shostrom and Arnold Lazarus. This section focuses on the system of psychotherapy of Dr. Shostrom called Actualizing Therapy. During his introduction, Shostrom explains the concepts behind his therapy system; demonstrates it through an interview with client Cathy; and follows it up with an evaluation of the session. 1 videocassette (ca. 45 min.)

MEDIA 2-1353

 

Three approaches to psychotherapy : II  1977

Carl R Rogers, Everett Shostrom, Arnold Leslie Lazarus, and Harry Ratner

This is the first of three films which explore the different techniques of three psychologists: Dr. Carl Rogers, Dr. Everett Shostrom and Dr. Arnold Lazarus. In part one, introduced by Dr. Shostrom, psychologist Carl Rogers explains client-centered therapy and demonstrates his technique during an interview with client Cathy. The interview is followed by an evaluation of the session. 1 videocassette (ca. 45 min.)

MEDIA 2-1352

 

Three approaches to psychotherapy III  pt. 2. Donald Meichenbaum 1986

Hans H Strupp, Donald Meichenbaum, Harry Ratner, Karen Shostrum, and Aaron T Beck

Pt. 1 Hans H. Strupp -- pt. 2. Donald Meichenbaum -- pt. 3. Aaron T. BeckDr. Aaron T. Beck uses his techniques of cognitive therapy with the same client Richard, as seen in the other segments. A summary of the effectiveness of the interview is given.  This "three part series offering different approaches to psychotherapy featuring Dr. Hans Strupp (Psychodynamic therapy), Dr. Donald Meichenbaum (cognitive behavior modification) and Dr. Aaron Beck (cognitive therapy"...Video Source Book, 11th ed., 1990. 1 videocassette (46 min.)

MEDIA 2-2582

 

Through madness 1992

Ken Rosenberg, Elizabeth Swados, and Lisa Jackson

Chronicles the subjective and personal experience of illnesses like manic-depression and schizophrenia.  It is the culmination of three years of research and investigation by the psychiatrist/filmmaker, who searched around the country for the three individuals profiled in the program.  "Through madness" demystifies psychotic illnesses and de-stigmatizes those afflicted. 1 videocassette (28 min.)

MEDIA 2-1789

 

Treating borderline personality disorder the dialectical approach 1995

Allen Frances, Marsha Linehan, and Kevin Dawkins

Definition of dialectics -- Goals of treatment -- Modes of therapy -- Outcome dataAn important component of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is the use of skills training to help manage the extreme beliefs, actions, and attitudes that form the criteria for borderline personality disorder. In this video, Linehan teaches patients the skills of DBT, including mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, and emotional regulation. The sessions portray a team of therapists working through the range of problems and frustrations that arise in treatment, and viewers are thus brought into the team milieu and shown the efficacy of this approach. A short interview with Dr. Allen Frances, DSM-IV Task Force chair, concludes the video. 1 videocassette (43 min.)

MEDIA 2-3309

Psychology Cont'd

Understanding borderline personality disorder the dialectical approach 1995

Kevin Dawkins

An introduction for therapists to the borderline personality disorder.  Provides a thorough overview of Limehan's treatment approach, called dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). 1 videocassette (37 min.)

MEDIA 2-3308

 

Understanding group psychotherapy featuring Irvin D. Yalom, M.D 2006

Steve Rosen, Terri DeBono, Irvin D Yalom, PsychotherapistResources.com, and Brooks/Cole Publishing Company

Contents: v.1. Outpatients  -- v.2. Inpatients -- v.3. An interviewVolume 1: Dr. Yalom brings the group from content to process, establishes group norms, establishes a supportive group environment, and builds trust among group members. Between sessions, he comments on the situations depicted and the techniques used. The patients are actors but the situation and dialog are drawn from Dr. Yalom's experience with real patients. Volume 2: Dr. Yalom demonstrates his here and now approach in a therapy group in an acute inpatient psychiatric ward of a general hospital. He helps patients break through their isolation and avoid practices that might lead to the failure of the group session. The patients are actors but the situations and dialog are drawn from Dr. Yalom's experience with real patients. With commentary by Dr. Yalom. Volume 3: Dr. Yalom discusses group and existential psychotherapy, his work on bereavement, and early influences on his professional life. 3 v. in 5 videodiscs (260 min.)

MEDIA. 10-930 v.1-.3

 

Understanding the defiant child 1997

Russell A Barkley

Offering a clear picture of children who routinely demonstrate negative, hostile, and defiant behavior, this video illuminates the nature and causes of oppositional defiant disorder (ODD).  Featuring Dr. Russell Barkley, the video also shows real-life scenes of family interactions and interviews with parents. 1 videocassette (35 min.)

DANA. MEDIA 1188 2-3750

 

The up series: Seven up!; 7 plus seven; 21 up; 28 up; 35 up; 42 up; 49 up 2007

Michael Apted, Margaret Bottomley, Claire Lewis, Granada Television, ITV (Firm), British Broadcasting Corporation, and First-Run Features (Firm)

In 1964 Michael Apted interviewed a group of seven year old children from diverse backgrounds from all over England, asking them about their lives and their dreams for the future. Every seven years, Apted has been back to talk to the same subjects. 6 videodiscs (710 min.)

MEDIA 10-1342

 

We don't live under normal conditions c1999

Rhonda Collins and Aperiofilms (Firm)

Six people discuss complex issues about how society is handling depression, despair and suicidal behavior. 1 videodisc (ca. 72 min.)

MEDIA 10-893

 

What if? c2003

Liz Ervin, Susan Wilcox, Camille Dixon, Coast Learning Systems, Worth Publishers, Coast Community College District, and KOCE-TV (Television station : Huntington Beach, Calif.)

Psychiatrists and education specialists discuss various aspects of the adolescent's developing cognitive abilities. 1 videorecording (28 min.)

MEDIA 2-6575

 

When medicine got it wrong c2009

Katie Cadigan, Laura Murray, Rita Moreno, ImageReal Pictures, KQED-TV (Television station : San Francisco, Calif.), Independent Television Service, and Documentary Educational Resources (Firm)

In 1974 a small group of parents became the first in the nation to publicly refuse blame for causing their children to have schizophrenia. They formed Parents of Adult Schizophrenics and their activism led to parents around the nation demanding changes in how the disease is understood and treated. 1 videodisc (53 min.)

MEDIA 10-1807

 

Who moved my cheese? the movie! c2003

Spencer Johnson, L. Dee Johnson, and LDJ Productions

Dr. Spencer Johnson assists people in seeing and doing the few things that make the biggest difference. 1 videocassette (ca. 16 min.)

MEDIA 2-7635

 

The Wisdom of the dream Carl Gustav Jung 1989

C. G Jung, Sarah Dunant, Stephen Segaller, and Max von Sydow

 v. 1. A Life of dreams (53 min.) -- v. 2. Inheritance of dreams (53 min.) -- v. 3. A World of dreams (53 min.)Enter the mysterious world of dreams and the unconscious.  Three compelling programs offered those familiar with the work of Swiss psycholoanalyst Carl Jung a new depth of understanding and will introduce his concepts to the beginner. Intervidews with Jung followers illuminate his "user friendly" psychoogical approach tomlife. The Wisdom of the Dream captures the essential spirit of Jung. He was a gentle man; a psychiatrist and scholar, painter, world traveler, and above all, a healer and a dreamer. 3 videocassettes (159 min.)

DANA. DANA. DANA 959 cassette 1 959 cassette 2 959 cassette 3

 

Witches curse c2001

Mark Lewis, Jenny Barraclough, Linnda R Caporael, Liev Schreiber, Mentorn Barraclough Carey (Firm), WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.), Channel Four (Great Britain), Educational Broadcasting Corporation, and PBS Home Video

Describes the search by psychologist Linnda Caporael to find the true cause of the symptons of bewitchment exhibited by colonists of Salem, Massachusetts. 1 videocassette (60 min.)

DANA 3028

 

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