Counseling & Therapy in Video
Counseling and Therapy in Video, Volume I
Award-winning Counseling and Therapy in Video Volume I contains more than 400 hours of training videos, reenactments, and footage of actual therapy sessions conducted by renowned counselors, psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers. This classic collection of videos filmed from 1985‒2010 provides an invaluable firsthand look at the realities of working with clients and the challenges associated with putting theoretical concepts into practice.
The collection features prominent therapists such as Jon Carlson, Sue Johnson, Allen Ivey, Insoo Kim Berg, Derald Wing Sue, and many others, as they demonstrate their methods. With a true grounding in multiculturalism and dozens of therapeutic methods and diagnoses, this collection is essential for counseling and therapy programs across the curriculum—in psychology, social work, education, nursing, divinity studies, health, and medicine.
Counseling and Therapy in Video, Volume II
The second volume of Alexander Street Press’s award-winning Counseling and Therapy in Video contains more than 300 additional hours of training videos, reenactments, and footage of actual therapy sessions conducted by renowned counselors, psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers.
Volume II updates and expands upon the first collection, with special emphasis on contemporary topics such as neuroscience, coaching, family therapy, child therapy, geriatric therapy, play therapy, weight control and eating disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, sex therapy, culturally sensitive therapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapy. The collection is also distinguished by a number of documentaries that provide insight into the human condition and help therapists develop key skills such as reflection and empathy. With more than 70 percent of the films created since 2005, the collection stays apace with the evolving practices and theories of the counseling field.
This collection features world-renowned therapists such as Albert Ellis, Allen Ivey, John Norcross, Arnold Lazarus, Otto Kernberg, Violet Oaklander, and many others, demonstrating their methods in true-to-life situations. Spanning dozens of therapeutic methods, diagnoses, and cultural groups, this collection is essential for anyone involved in studying, teaching, or practicing in the helping professions.
Counseling and Therapy in Video, Volume III
The third volume of Alexander Street Press’ award-winning Counseling and Therapy in Video series features more than 300 additional hours of training videos, reenactments, and actual therapy sessions conducted by renowned counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, and clinicians. Volume III presents a firm grounding in the theoretical modalities of counseling and psychotherapy while expanding into new and emerging areas such as social media, veterans, cyberbullying, mindfulness, and neuroscience.
This collection features the “giants” of counseling and psychotherapy such as Viktor Frankl, Albert Bandura, Albert Ellis, Aaron Beck, Virginia Satir, Jay Haley, and Carl Rogers, whose theoretical models shape the way we look at counseling today. The earliest film in the collection, The Role of the Therapist/The Role of the Client, a panel discussion from 1985, features Virginia Satir, Carl Rogers, Rollo May, and Thomas Szasz, early psychotherapy pioneers whose legacies live on. Adding to this list are contemporary “greats” such as Pat Love, Samuel Gladding, Jon Kabat-Zinn, Jon Carlson, Natalie Rogers, and John Arden.
Together, these films form a collection that emphasizes the evolution of the field, juxtaposing this history of counseling and psychotherapy with future directions by examining new techniques, methods, and research-informed practice. More than 55 titles were produced in 2012 and more than 40 are scheduled for production in 2013. Forthcoming titles will cover a range of emerging and cutting-edge topics (i.e., mindfulness, cyberbullying) and continuing training in topics counselors frequently encounter in today’s therapy environment (veterans and military families, eating disorders, autism, and Asperger syndrome).