Using a docu-drama format, focuses on the psychological and emotional problems encountered by persons who have spent their childhood years around alcoholic parents. Profiles four characters who represent typical adult children of alcoholics. Suggests resources for help and counseling.
In a conversation with John M. Whiteley, Skinner addresses important issues in education. He advocates using reinforcement techniques to aid teachers and proposes redesigning the educational system to increase learning.
Demonstrates one method for behaviorally interviewing couples during initial counseling. Shows an initial interview in which the behavior of the couple and the clinically experienced therapist are fully observable.
This video program offers a framework for conceptualizing the work of a clinical supervisor that allows you to identify supervisory role/roles and offers some ideas for expanding what you do. The final goal is to let you think like a supervisor.
Bill Moyers explores the issues of drug and alcohol addiction. Each program looks at different aspects of addiction and recovery, with shared experiences of addicts and those helping them toward recovery.
Contains twelve examples of types of response that might be made to a client: each of them is either clumsy, inappropriate, sexist, or plain wrong! Students watching the scenes are asked to comment on two reactions: 1. How did they feel when the clumsy response was addressed to them: 2. What did they think was wrong with the response?
Presents a training film for chemical dependency counselors and their clients which shows how the family, friends, and employer of an alcoholic woman allow her to progress into acute alcoholism. Also discusses the effects of this enabling process on the lives of those who are not alcoholics.
Shows how the counselor, husband, and friends of an alcoholic woman attempt to intervene. Intervention takes the form of a carefully planned meeting where the alcoholic woman is confronted with her behavior. Also shows the problems, stresses, and rewards of the intervention method.
This award-winning video focuses on children with the rare genetic conditions Trisomy 18 and 13, and their family support group. Caring for these children can seem almost impossible. This video was created to help explore this challenging journey.
This "For Kid's Sake" documentary looks at our number one drug problem among kids -- alcohol. It examines school problems and run-ins with the law as well as the long-term physical and psychological disorders caused by alcohol consumption and demonstrates the enormous influence of peer pressure and the seductive advertisements in the mass media. Visiting alcoholism treatment centers, it shows the devastating damage done by alcohol and the wrenching process of rehabilitation; explains why alcohol presents increased health and safety risks for children and adolescents; and clarifies why alcohol is so easily abused by youngsters, and what can be done about it.
v. 1. I. Introduction, Attending, Question and Client Observation (40 min.); II. Responding skills: encourage, paraphrase and summarize (19 min.) -- v. 2. III. Reflection of feeling (31 min.); IV. Focusing on immediacy (23.5 min.) -- v. 3. V. Eliciting and reflecting meaning (25 min.); VI. Directive and logical consequences (15 min.); VII. Self disclosure (16.5 min.) -- v. 4. VII. Interpretation and framing (14.5 min.); IX. Structuring and decision making (14.5 min.); X. Assertion and confrontation (28.5 min.)
This videorecording vividly portrays the nuances and subtleties of progressive relaxation procedures. A clinically accurate view of the technique is presented in a counseling session in which progressive relaxation is being used.
A documentary overview of rational emotive therapy, a form of psychotherapy developed in the 1950s by Dr. Albert Ellis. Dr. Ellis discusses the evolution of RET and shows it in practice at a public workshop and in unstaged counseling sessions.
While presenting actual footage of large group interaction, Rogers discusses factors he considers most important in facilitating group counseling, the levels on which the group should operate, and the importance of honest expression and feedback by group members and facilitators. Concludes with an explanation of his views on group dynamics and the role of the group leader.
Ivey demonstrates three counseling techniques - psychodynamic dream analysis, logotherapy dereflection technique, and assertiveness training - in three interviews with a 32 year-old graduate student named Sarah.
Behavior modification with the point system
Publication Date: 2003
This DVD Illustrates using the point system in modifying children's behavior.
Dr. Albert Ellis is founder of Rational Emotive Therapy, which offers a cure for neurosis very different from psychoanalysis. One of the practical things it teaches is how not to feel upset or miserable or angry about whatever happens in life.