"In this training video, six noted therapists and experts offer advice on identifying and dealing with Compassion Fatigue. Secondary Traumatization and Compassion Fatigue are discussed as a hazard to the helping professionals who deal with traumatic events. Experts include Frank Ochberg, MD, Charles Figley, PhD, John Wilson, PhD, Carl Bell, MD, Atle Dyregrov, PhD, and Angie Panos, PhD, who outline symptoms and risks, and provide new information about prevention, resilience, and treatment. You will hear the experts' personal stories and learn specific strategies for awareness, lifestyle balance, and connecting with others. This video has been used by the U.S. Army as part of their Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions." -Supplied by publisher.
Featured experts: Frank Ochberg, Charles Figley, John Wilson, Carl Bell, Atle Dyregrov, Angie Panos.
"In this video interview, Scott Miller discusses the evolution of Motivational Interviewing, the spirit of MI, and specific techniques for clinicians. Here, the founder of Motivational Interviewing outlines the need to honor a client's autonomy, draw forth the inherent desire to change, and take a collaborative, rather than confrontational, approach. Miller addresses how to deal with clients' resistance and denial, particularly when the clinician feels impatient and frustrated, and talks about ways to build clients' confidence to enhance motivation. You will learn about Motivational Interviewing's approach to change, including specific techniques used to help people change; identify when MI is and is not recommended; and explain how a clinician employing Motivational Interviewing techniques would respond to resistance. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions." - Supplied by publisher.
Featured experts: Jon Carlson, Judy Lewis, William R. Miller.
"In this training video, expert Motivational Interviewing trainer Cathy Cole discusses the principles and spirit of MI, along with core concepts and techniques such as sustain talk versus change talk, the righting reflex, reflections and affirmations, and other ingredients for change. This video contains numerous technique demonstrations with William Miller, the founder of MI, along with exercises in which viewers can pause the video, practice the skills, and then see how Miller and Cole would respond. You will be able to describe the spirit of Motivational Interviewing and how it differs from other approaches; understand how MI is applied in counseling sessions, including developing a partnership and listening and responding to the language of change; and identify and practice specific techniques used in MI to engage clients, help them fully explore their ambivalence to change, and develop an action plan. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, addiction, and related health professions" - Supplied by publisher.
"In this training video, Cathy Cole demonstrates Motivational Interviewing strategies for working with clients who are initially reluctant to change. Through three full-length sessions, extensive commentary, and pre- and post-session interviews, Cole demonstrates various MI techniques including providing feedback, engagement without alienation, and creating a nonjudgmental space to explore the impact of a decision. By watching this video, you will understand this critical issue of importance in MI; learn how to conduct an MI session with people who initially don't think changing is important; and identify specific strategies and techniques used to address importance. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions" - Supplied by publisher.
"In this training video, Cathy Cole demonstrates Motivational Interviewing with three clients dealing with diverse issues: ambivalence about smoking cessation, career decision, and breastfeeding. Here, the focus is on fully exploring both sides of ambivalence. Cole avoids the trap of trying to convince her clients to change, and strategically capitalizes on the subtle shift between "sustain talk" and "change talk" in order to help them explore their options and make decisions right for them. Extensive commentary and pre- and post-session interviews help viewers understand the strategies and guiding principles of MI. You will learn MI strategies that are useful with clients stuck in ambivalence; recognize the difference between sustain talk and change talk; and identify specific techniques used to reinforce change talk and move toward a change plan. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions." - Supplied by publisher.
"In this training video, Motivational Interviewing expert Cathy Cole works with three clients who lack confidence in their ability to achieve their goals. Cole demonstrates various strategies to address clients' lack of confidence, including creating personalized plans of action, eliciting past successes and personal strengths, tying core values to goals, and identifying roadblocks to confidence in effecting change. You will learn to help clients struggling with diverse issues, including weight loss and finances, to build the confidence they need to enact a change plan. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions." - Supplied by publisher.
Motivational interviewing : step by step
Contains 3 MI sessions originally produced by Cathy Cole, c2012.
"In this animated interview, Cognitive Therapy founder Dr. Aaron Beck shares about the experiences, people, and ideas that shaped his iconoclastic career, offering insights into the radical transformation of modern psychology over the last century. Beck discusses his process of developing cognitive therapy, from his early days as a psychoanalyst through his disillusionment with psychoanalysis and creation of a therapeutic model that reflected his research and actual experiences with clients. You will gain an understanding of his insights about depression, from its evolutionary origins and how our thinking sustains it, to how best to treat it. Addressing his thoughts on why other models of therapy persist enthusiastically despite the proven success of cognitive therapy, Beck also offers his opinions on integrative models of psychotherapy and his concerns about therapists jumping from one approach to another. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, and social work." - Supplied by publisher.
Original title: Aaron T. Beck (interviewed by Philip Kendall)
"Dr. Miller tells us that 90% of therapeutic change, both positive and negative, occurs within the first nine sessions. Therefore, in conjunction with deliberate practice, we need to effectively and efficiently track client satisfaction and progress to avoid premature termination and to optimize treatment outcome. His Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT) does just that by providing clinicians with concrete assessment tools such as the Outcome Rating Scale (ORS) and Session Rating Scale (SRS). These tools will help you to remain focused on the therapeutic alliance, add or remove services, renegotiate treatment goals or if necessary, refer the client. In contrast to the long-held notion that many people simply get better on their own, the verdict, Miller tells us, is in: psychotherapy works! However, we must remain continually attuned to our own skill development and our client's progress. By watching this interview, you will: 1. learn to recognize the critical role of common factors in strengthening the therapeutic alliance; 2. be able describe the basic premises and strategies of (Feedback Informed Therapy) FIT; 3. learn to utilize the principles of deliberate practice to enhance your psychotherapeutic outcome." - Supplied by publisher.
"By its nature, the sheer pervasiveness of anxiety and related mood disorders leaves clients feeling uncertain, fragmented and distressed, with clinicians similarly trying to keep up in a game of therapeutic whack-a-mole. Masterful at organizing and simplifying complex theory and techniques, Dr. Barlow has identified and will teach you the five core skills for helping clients reduce their distress; mindful emotional awareness, challenging automatic thoughts, overcoming avoidance tactics, increasing distress tolerance, and safe emotional exposure. And he does so by walking you step-by-step through eight scientifically-grounded modules of treatment which include setting goals, understanding emotions, cognitive flexibility, emotional exposure and recognizing accomplishment. Honed over decades of tested clinical research with thousands of patients, the beauty of the Unified Protocol is its simplicity, both in theory and practice. It is ready right out of the box to help you work efficiently and effectively with your clients struggling with anxiety and related emotional disorders. By watching this interview, you will be able to: 1. Describe the core features of the anxiety disorders; 2. Utilize the therapeutic principles of the Unified Protocol in your treatment; 3. Organize your treatment techniques into a coherent and effective system of treatment." - Supplied by publisher.
Assessment and intervention with suicidal clients
Instructor's manual available for download on landing page.
Opening remarks / Florence James, Penelakut First Nation -- Preface "Storywork" : foundations -- Nanaimo Indian Hospital : a patient remembers [British Columbia] / Sainty Morris -- Cold needles / Laura Cranmer -- 1. Tuberculosis -- 2. Indian health services, an evolving system -- Nursing Work at the United Church Hospital, Bella, Bella, British Columbia / Marge Thompson -- Nursing work at the Anglican hospitals in Aklavik and Pangnirtung / Biddy Worsley -- Director of Nursing at the Camsell / Elva Taylor -- 3. The Institutions -- Indian hospitals and field nursing -- Nursing at the Camsell / Marjorie Warke -- Occupational therapy student : Charles Camsell Indian Hospital, 1966 [Edmonton, Alberta] / Truus van Royen -- 4. Patients and families -- Life in and around the Indian hospitals -- A Patient's memory of Nanaimo Indian Hospital / Laura Cranmer -- Life as a patient in the Charles Camsell Indian Hospital / Alma Desjarlais -- A Patient and a worker in British Columbia Indian hospitals / Marie Dick -- Visiting the Nanaimo Indian Hospital / Delores Louie
SNUWUYULTH -- Local indigenous medicine -- A Conversation about the Nanaimo Indian Hospital / Violet Charlie -- Remembering Indian Health Services and Traditional Medicine on the Snuneymuxw Reserve / Ellen White -- 6. Working in health care -- Aboriginal nurses and caregivers -- Aboriginal nurse at the Camsell / Kathleen Stein hauer -- Nanaimo Indian Hospital -- Being a Patient and Becoming a nurse / Michael Dick -- Ward Aide and Office Assistant at the Nanaimo Indian Hospital / Violet Clark -- Nursing Aide at the Lac La Ronge Nursing Station / Muriel Innes -- Aboriginal people and Nursing -- Evelyn Voyageur