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Scott Miller on improving psychotherapy outcome

https://iha.andornot.com/permalink/library22870
Miller, Scott. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2018. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
https://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=411
Author
Miller, Scott
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2018
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (74 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Psychotherapy
Therapeutic Alliance
Abstract
"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.
Link
https://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=411
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601245502
Location
Online
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Treating anxiety disorders: a unified protocol

https://iha.andornot.com/permalink/library22871
Barlow, David. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2018, c2011. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
https://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=418
Author
Barlow, David
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2018, c2011
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (145 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Anxiety
Anxiety Disorders
Abstract
"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.
Series
Assessment and intervention with suicidal clients
Notes
Instructor's manual available for download on landing page.
Link
https://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=418
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601245564
Location
Online
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Anorexia: what therapists and parents need to know

https://iha.andornot.com/permalink/library19717
Sabey, Lisa, Blair, Robert. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2017, c2015. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=386
Author
Sabey, Lisa
Blair, Robert
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2017, c2015
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (40 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Anorexia Nervosa
Feeding and Eating Disorders
Family Therapy
Psychotherapy
Abstract
"In this informative video designed for therapists and parents alike, see how Family-Based Therapy (FBT) actively engages parents in effective treatment of anorexia. Developed by Dr. Daniel LeGrange in the 1980s, FBT (aka The Maudsley Approach) is a hands-on family model that aims to gradually restore the client's weight, eating and fitness behaviors, and self-regulation. Featuring multiple interviews with parents whose families have successfully completed treatment, this video covers issues particular to the parent's experience of this debilitating disorder. You'll follow several families as they go through the three phases of FBT, with interviews, narrative, and clinical commentary interspersed throughout. You'll learn about the biological reality and consequences of anorexia, the internal dialogue young clients often experience, and the anxiety parents feel as they support their often-resistant children through "refeeding" and other interventions. You will also witness how FBT helps families deepen their bond as they collectively work toward healing their adolescent's relationship with food. Intended for parents of adolescents diagnosed with anorexia, as well as students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions." - Supplied by publisher.
Series
Emotionally focused therapy step by step
Notes
Previously released by Parents to Parents Inc., c2015.
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=386
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601245281
Location
Online
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Dialectical behavior therapy with suicidal clients, volume 1

https://iha.andornot.com/permalink/library19297
Linehan, Marsha. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2017, c2003. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=378
Author
Linehan, Marsha
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2017, c2003
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (87 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Borderline Personality Disorder
Behavior Therapy
Cognitive Therapy
Suicidal Ideation
Self-Injurious Behavior
Abstract
"In this instructional video, Dr. Marsha Linehan demonstrates Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) with a suicidal client struggling with Borderline Personality Disorder. Volume 1 of the set offers an in-depth look at common DBT assessment challenges. Linehan conducts two early-stage sessions with "client" Stacy (a student of hers who offers up one of her cases for role-play), in which she deftly confronts her "100 percent avoidance behavior" while also brokering agreements around her suicidality. You'll observe how Linehan firmly assesses risk and ignores the trap of client obfuscation, yet also supports Stacy's autonomy and challenges her to envision more adaptive coping skills. By watching this video, you will understand common challenges DBT therapists face with suicidal clients; discover core DBT interventions for assessing risk, managing reactivity, and negotiating agreements; and learn to use psychoeducation and directiveness in order to stay focused on key clinical tasks. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions." - Supplied by publisher.
Series
DBT with suicidal clients
Notes
Previously released under the title "Clinical Grand Rounds: Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Suicidal Clients Meeting Criteria for Borderline Personality Disorder (Initial Session)" by Marsha M. Linehan, Ph.D.
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=378
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601245212
Location
Online
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Dialectical behavior therapy with suicidal clients, volume 2

https://iha.andornot.com/permalink/library19298
Linehan, Marsha. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2017, c2004. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=379
Author
Linehan, Marsha
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2017, c2004
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (88 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Borderline Personality Disorder
Behavior Therapy
Cognitive Therapy
Suicidal Ideation
Self-Injurious Behavior
Abstract
"In this instructional video, Dr. Marsha Linehan demonstrates Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) with a suicidal client struggling with Borderline Personality Disorder. Volume 2, the final title in this set, offers an in-depth look at the most common clinical challenges of the method. Linehan conducts a follow-up session with "client" Stacy (a student of hers who offers up one of her cases for role-play), in which she deftly confronts her reactive cutting behavior while also negotiating her suicidality. You'll observe how Linehan firmly assesses risk and ignores the trap of client obfuscation, yet also supports Stacy's autonomy and challenges her to envision more adaptive coping skills. By watching this video, you will understand common challenges DBT therapists face with suicidal clients; discover core DBT interventions for assessing risk, managing reactivity, and negotiating agreements; and learn to use psychoeducation and directiveness in order to stay focused on key clinical tasks. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions." - Supplied by publisher.
Series
DBT with suicidal clients
Notes
Previously released under the title "Clinical Grand Rounds: Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Suicidal Clients Meeting Criteria for Borderline Personality Disorder (Later Sessions)" by Marsha M. Linehan, Ph.D.
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=379
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601245236
Location
Online
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Irvin Yalom : foundations of my life and work

https://iha.andornot.com/permalink/library20602
Yalom, Irvin. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2017. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=396
Author
Yalom, Irvin
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2017
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (3 hr., 23 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Existential psychotherapy
Psychotherapy
Abstract
"This is an in-depth, intimate interview by Irvin's son, psychologist Victor Yalom, who perhaps knows his work better than anyone. Throughout the discussion you'll see how Yalom's ideas tie together. For example, you'll see how his emphasis on the here-and-now in his group psychotherapy model influenced his way of working in individual therapy, where again he found that attending closely to interactions in the session enlivens the therapist-client encounter, and sheds light on the client's interpersonal world. You'll follow the arc of Yalom's life and career, from his early interest in literature (inspired in part by his relationship and marriage with his wife Marilyn Yalom, herself an accomplished scholar and writer), to his early training as a psychiatrist, his first groups with breast cancer patients, and how he integrated ideas from existential philosophy into his work. You'll also learn about about Yalom's encounters with legends in the field such as Viktor Frankl, Rollo May, and Virginia Satir. This interview, part of the series Irvin Yalom and the Art of Psychotherapy, was published just weeks after Becoming Myself: A Psychiatrist's Memoir, and is a testament to Yalom's immense contribution to our field." - Supplied by publisher.
Series
Irvin Yalom and the art of psychotherapy
Notes
Instructor's manual available for download on landing page.
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=396
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601245373
Location
Online
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Irvin Yalom in session : Eugenia

https://iha.andornot.com/permalink/library19726
Yalom, Irvin. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2017. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=399
Author
Yalom, Irvin
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2017
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (2 hr., 12 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Existential psychotherapy
Psychotherapy
Abstract
"In some ways it's reassuring to see a renowned therapist, with 60 years of experience under his belt, struggle to gain a foothold in his work with Eugenia--reassuring to realize that in this age of 'manualized' and 'evidence-based' treatment, veterans like Yalom defy these trends, and approach their therapy with each client as a unique journey, and can easily be confused and challenged along the way. It's refreshing to see his candor with his struggles, both in session with his client, and in the commentary he shares with viewers. And it's also reassuring to see that despite this, he manages to find his way--or at least some way--to help her begin to make sense of her seemingly out-of-the-blue existential panic. All therapists have clients who present with initial symptoms that make sense--such as feelings of depression or anxiety after a breakup or job loss--and other clients who present with symptoms that have no obvious precipitating stressor. Eugenia, like the other clients in this series, Luke and Gareth, are real clients with real-life concerns that don't fit neatly into the DSM or treatment manuals; seeing Yalom thinking on his feet, trying one thing and then another, is what makes these videos so valuable for any therapist wanting to advance their clinical skills and understanding." - Supplied by publisher.
Series
Irvin Yalom and the art of psychotherapy
Notes
Instructor's manual available for download on landing page.
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=399
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601245403
Location
Online
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Yalom, Irvin. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2017. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=397
Author
Yalom, Irvin
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2017
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (56 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Existential psychotherapy
Psychotherapy
Abstract
"Gareth is the type of client many therapists cherish: he is bright, articulate, engaging, and quite motivated to find a way to reduce his distress. And yet he presents certain challenges as well. He is insightful, and can speak easily about himself and his difficulties, often staying at a cognitive level, so it may feel that it is hard to break new ground with him. So it's most interesting to witness first hand the various strategies Yalom uses to connect with him and help him gain some new perspectives. There are several moving exchanges between these two men, both in the later stages of their lives. Any therapist who sees our work as helping clients navigate the challenges of the human condition will find these sessions riveting, and Yalom's commentary illuminating. And if that's not how you typically see therapy, perhaps you'll reconsider!" - Supplied by publisher.
Series
Irvin Yalom and the art of psychotherapy
Notes
Instructor's manual available for download on landing page.
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=397
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601245380
Location
Online
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Yalom, Irvin. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2017. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=398
Author
Yalom, Irvin
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2017
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (62 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Existential psychotherapy
Psychotherapy
Abstract
"Often clients come to us in the midst of making difficult but important life decisions. As therapists we are often torn between wanting to assist them in making these decisions, but not wanting to fall into a purely problem-solving mode--because if we stay at a surface level, engaging in a rational discussion looking at pros and cons, then we are likely missing out on important undercurrents at play. Only by helping them gain greater awareness of these undercurrents can we be working with a full deck, so to speak, thus helping them make a truly informed decision that brings their full range of thoughts and feelings into play. In the case of Luke, you'll see Yalom help Luke in only two sessions gain a much greater awareness of the factors causing him to struggle with the decision over getting a vasectomy. Insightful discussions with his son Victor, and voiceover commentaries during the sessions, give viewers insight into how Yalom conceptualizes his work with Luke, the rationale for his interventions, as well as general principles for conducting psychotherapy using an 'existential lens.'" - Supplied by publisher.
Series
Irvin Yalom and the art of psychotherapy
Notes
Instructor's manual available for download on landing page.
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=398
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601245397
Location
Online
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Motivational interviewing for adolescent health behavior

https://iha.andornot.com/permalink/library19729
Cole, Cathy. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2017. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=392
Author
Cole, Cathy
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2017
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (186 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Motivational Interviewing
Psychotherapy
Adolescent
Health Behavior
Abstract
"As therapists, we need a strong, connected therapeutic alliance with our clients to make progress. Yet, given our field's tendency to train us to advise, direct, prescribe, or otherwise take the lead, this alliance--and our clients' sense of autonomy and agency--can be compromised. In this excellent new video, Motivational Interviewing expert Cathy Cole offers practical tools to help you support and empower adolescents dealing with health concerns, in the spirit of attunement and partnership. You'll watch Cole and her colleague apply MI to four engaging sessions with teenage clients, and you'll learn strategies for applying these skills in your own practice. Cole begins with an overview of MI's key principles. You'll learn about the "MI Spirit"; the open-ended questions, affirmations, reflections, and summaries (otherwise known as OARS) that comprise MI's skill set; the four MI processes of engaging, focusing, evoking, and planning; change talk and sustain talk; and "the righting reflex." In sessions with Sean, Carlotta, Olga, and Missy, you'll observe how to use MI to manage risk, communicate nonjudgment, deepen rapport, and draw out your clients' innate strengths. This video also offers realistic commentary, in which Cole discusses both the successes and the challenges of each session and then discusses how to work with your own "righting reflex" to clinical benefit. This video is an necessary resource for clinicians who want proven strategies for using Motivational Interviewing with teens, health issues, or even the general population. By watching this video, you will: Understand the key tenets of Motivational Interviewing (MI) and its application to adolescent health behavior. Learn how to engage and empower clients using a collaborative, nonjudgmental approach. Gain helpful tools for working with your own urges to advise or "fix" a client." - Supplied by publisher.
Series
Motivational interviewing with adolescents
Notes
Instructor's manual available for download on landing page.
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=392
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601245335
Location
Online
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Motivational interviewing for adolescent substance use

https://iha.andornot.com/permalink/library19730
Kaplan, Sebastian, Hall, Ali. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2017. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=394
Author
Kaplan, Sebastian
Hall, Ali
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2017
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (139 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Motivational Interviewing
Psychotherapy
Adolescent
Substance-Related Disorders
Abstract
"Motivational Interviewing's collaborative style and success with addiction treatment--especially compared to more conventional methods that emphasize confrontation, or at least directiveness--has made it a preferred approach in a range of helping professions. Even when the client is mandated (or, perhaps, especially when they are), we need a solid therapeutic alliance to make real progress. How do you move therapy forward when your client feels resistant to even being in the room? What if the client is a teen, and their presenting problems include substance use? In this new video, MI expert Sebastian Kaplan offers practical tools to help you manage challenging sessions with adolescent clients experiencing substance use--both issues related and seemingly unrelated to it. Here, you'll gain strategies for applying these skills in your own practice, and discover how MI can help you resist the understandable urge to advise or "fix" your clients. Kaplan outlines the key principles of MI, known as the "MI Spirit," and details each component alongside case vignettes. Covering OARS skills, the four MI processes, change and sustain talk, and "the righting reflex," Kaplan describes the method's collaborative, client-engaging nature. Then, four annotated sessions follow in which Kaplan and fellow MI trainer Ali Hall work with several teen clients. You'll see the method in action as the aforementioned skills are applied, with the result of deepening the working alliance, providing MI-compliant feedback, and evoking change talk. This video is invaluable for clinicians who want a primer on MI, effective strategies for adolescent therapy, or interventions for addiction and recovery. Be sure to take a look. By watching this video, you will: Get an overview of Motivational Interviewing (MI) and its application to adolescent substance use. Learn MI skills that support the therapeutic alliance and allow for client resistance. Discover helpful tools for working with your own internal responses to a client." - Supplied by publisher.
Series
Motivational interviewing with adolescents
Notes
Instructor's manual available for download on landing page.
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=394
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601245328
Location
Online
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Motivational interviewing with adolescents: core concepts

https://iha.andornot.com/permalink/library19733
Kaplan, Sebastian. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2017. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=391
Author
Kaplan, Sebastian
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2017
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (177 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Motivational Interviewing
Psychotherapy
Adolescents
Abstract
"Motivational Interviewing's accessible style and success with addictions treatment has made it a preferred approach in a range of helping professions. For therapists, MI has grown as a method used for not just addiction, but for the breadth of clinical scenarios in which resistance is a significant factor. When resistance goes unseen or unaddressed, clients feel misunderstood and may leave, given the option. Even if the client is mandated--such as in correctional facilities, court cases, or as in this video, within the walls of a middle school--we need a solid, connected therapeutic alliance to get anywhere. Here, Motivational Interviewing expert Sebastian Kaplan offers practical tools to help you move forward with adolescents and their families. You'll watch Kaplan apply MI to four challenging sessions with adolescent clients, individually and with their parents, and you'll learn strategies for applying these skills in your own practice. What's more, you'll learn how MI can help you resist the urge to "fix" your clients. To start, Kaplan outlines the key principles of MI, known as the "MI Spirit," and details each component alongside case vignettes. Covering the four MI processes, change talk and sustain talk, and "the righting reflex," Kaplan illustrates the method's collaborative, client-engaging nature. With 13-year-old Marley, her parents, and 13-year-old Katie, Kaplan demonstrates how to use MI to manage risk, communicate nonjudgment, deepen rapport, and draw out his clients' innate strengths. This video also offers realistic commentary, in which Kaplan openly discusses his frustrations in session and then shows how to work with them to clinical benefit. This video is an excellent resource for clinicians who want useful strategies for Motivational Interviewing, adolescent therapy, or family-based interventions. By watching this video, you will: Get an overview of Motivational Interviewing (MI) and its application to adolescents. Learn how to bring parents into the clinical picture from an MI standpoint. Discover helpful tools for working with your own internal responses to a client." - Supplied by publisher.
Series
Motivational interviewing with adolescents
Notes
Instructor's manual available for download on landing page.
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=391
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601245311
Location
Online
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Achieving psychotherapy effectiveness

https://iha.andornot.com/permalink/library19716
Leszcz, Molyn, Pain, Clare, Hunter, Jon. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2016, c2014. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=372
Author
Leszcz, Molyn
Pain, Clare
Hunter, Jon
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2016, c2014
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (93 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Psychotherapy
Psychotherapists
Therapeutic alliance
Therapist training
New therapists
Abstract
"In this training video, Drs. Molyn Leszcz, Clare Pain, and Jon Hunter demonstrate psychotherapy's most essential theories, tools, and strategies that form the core of the therapeutic alliance. Highlighting the therapeutic alliance and various ways to understand a client's relational world, they employ live clinical vignettes as well as rich didactic lessons to explain the structure of a healing context. You'll learn about therapist qualities that can promote the alliance; how to develop an understanding with your clients about relationships that shaped their internal working models, patterns of attachment, and interpersonal pulls; and how to recognize the potential impact of unresolved trauma and learn how and when to ask about it. By watching this video, you will learn how to establish and maintain a therapeutic working alliance with clients; understand the clinical risks and challenges that can lead to negative outcomes; and discover ways to incorporate attachment theory, transference and countertransference, and trauma support into your work. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions." - Supplied by publisher.
Series
Psychotherapy essentials to go
Notes
Original copyright Mae Productions, Inc., c2014.
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=372
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601245151
Location
Online
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Cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety

https://iha.andornot.com/permalink/library19296
Fefergrad, Mark, Richter, Peggy. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2016, c2013. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=376
Author
Fefergrad, Mark
Richter, Peggy
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2016, c2013
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (63 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Cognitive Therapy
Stress, Psychological
Anxiety Disorders
Abstract
"In this training video, Toronto-based CBT experts Drs. Mark Fefergrad and Peggy Richter demonstrate proven interventions from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). They provide a didactic overview of CBT and, in a series of clinical vignettes, demonstrate how to support clients through reducing the intensity of their negative thoughts and practicing realistic exposures to feared situations. Richter and Fefergrad work with Kathy, a 40-year-old woman whose severe panic attacks have led to her quitting her job and staying reclusive at home. The therapists' annotated sessions with her illustrate the effective use of empathic reflection, the automatic thought record, the downward arrow technique, Socratic questioning, and cognitive restructuring. You'll also learn how to collaboratively develop homework assignments, activity scheduling, and graded tasks to support treatment goals, and you'll get a theoretical review of CBT's cognitive model. By watching this video, you will understand the theoretical foundations of CBT and its application to anxiety; learn how to use CBT tools such as the automatic thought record and activity scheduling; and discover ways to apply CBT techniques such as the downward arrow, Socratic questioning, and cognitive restructuring. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions." - Supplied by publisher.
Series
Psychotherapy essentials to go
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=376
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601245144
Location
Online
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Cognitive behavioral therapy for depression

https://iha.andornot.com/permalink/library19295
Zaretsky, Ari, Fefergrad, Mark. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2016, c2013. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=373
Author
Zaretsky, Ari
Fefergrad, Mark
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2016, c2013
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (58 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Cognitive Therapy
Depression
Depressive Disorder
Abstract
"In this training video, CBT experts Drs. Ari Zaretsky and Mark Fefergrad demonstrate essential interventions from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Here, they provide a didactic overview of the model and, in a series of clinical vignettes, demonstrate how to support clients through negative core beliefs and the unhelpful behaviors that ensue. Zaretsky and Fefergrad each assist Clare, a mother of three experiencing symptoms of depression and a sense of hopelessness since the birth of her last child. The therapists' annotated sessions illustrate the effective use of empathic reflection, the automatic thought record, the downward arrow technique, Socratic questioning, and cognitive restructuring. You'll also learn how to collaboratively develop homework assignments, activity scheduling, and graded tasks to support treatment goals, and you'll get a theoretical review of CBT's cognitive model. By watching this video, you will understand the theoretical foundations of CBT and its application to depression; learn how to use CBT tools such as the automatic thought record and activity scheduling; and discover ways to apply CBT techniques such as the downward arrow, Socratic questioning, and cognitive restructuring. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions." - Supplied by publisher.
Series
Psychotherapy essentials to go
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=373
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601245199
Location
Online
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Dialectical behavior therapy techniques for emotional dysregulation

https://iha.andornot.com/permalink/library19294
McMain, Shelley, Wiebe, Carmen. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2016, c2013. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=371
Author
McMain, Shelley
Wiebe, Carmen
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2016, c2013
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (61 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Behavior Therapy
Cognitive Therapy
Borderline Personality Disorder
Affective Symptoms
Self Mutilation
Abstract
"In this training video, DBT experts Drs. Shelley McMain and Carmen Wiebe demonstrate an invaluable array of key interventions from Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). McMain and Wiebe each work with Ashley, a young woman with a history of self-harm and interpersonal tensions. In a series of brief didactic interviews alongside clinical vignettes, they illustrate the effective use of validation, commitment strategies, problem solving, and distress tolerance skills training. You'll discover the three core tenets of DBT: learning theory, Zen philosophy, and dialectics. You'll also learn about the significance of an invalidating early environment on a client's current presentation, and find eight DBT assumptions about clients that can help you stay compassionate. By watching this video, you will understand the theoretical underpinnings of DBT and its application to emotional dysregulation; learn how to communicate your understanding of what makes sense about a client's experience (i.e., validation); and discover ways to incorporate commitment strategies, problem-solving tools, and distress tolerance skills into your client work. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions." - Supplied by publisher.
Series
Psychotherapy essentials to go
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=371
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601245168
Location
Online
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Group therapy for addictions: an interpersonal relapse prevention approach

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Ashwood, Devin, Leighton, Tim. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2016. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=328
Author
Ashwood, Devin
Leighton, Tim
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2016
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (83 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Substance-Related Disorders
Psychotherapy, Group
Abstract
"In this training video, UK-based mindfulness experts Tim Leighton and Devin Ashwood demonstrate key components of interpersonal group therapy with clients struggling with addictions. Based on the idea that relationships are undermined by addictive behavior, this model of recovery helps members gain interpersonal skills in real time. You'll see these theories in action, as members gradually deepen their capacity to share their stories, give and receive empathy, and navigate rifts in a recovery group therapy setting. By watching this video, you will learn about the theoretical underpinnings of interpersonal group therapy, and how they apply to clients in recovery; understand how to lead a group through an experiential process while supporting client autonomy; and gain tools for working with client resistance and challenging feedback. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health and educational professions." - Supplied by publisher.
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=328
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601244734
Location
Online
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Interpersonal psychotherapy for depression

https://iha.andornot.com/permalink/library19725
Ravitz, Paula, Watson, Priya, Grigoriadis, Sophie. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2016, c2013. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=374
Author
Ravitz, Paula
Watson, Priya
Grigoriadis, Sophie
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2016, c2013
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (58 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Interpersonal psychotherapy
Depressive Disorder
Abstract
"In this training video, Toronto-based IPT experts Paula Ravitz, Priya Watson, and Sophie Grigoriadis demonstrate key interventions from Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT). Here, the three clinicians provide a didactic overview of the model and, in a series of clinical vignettes, demonstrate how to support clients through interpersonal disputes, role transitions, and grief. Ravitz and Watson are shown helping Danny and Susan, respectively--the former unable to move on after losing his wife to an accident a year ago, the latter hurt by her assimilating daughter's seeming disregard for the family's African traditions. The therapists' annotated sessions illustrate the effective use of empathic reflection, clarification and sequencing, the interpersonal inventory, and communications analysis. You'll also learn how to collaboratively develop homework assignments to support treatment goals, and you'll get a theoretical review of IPT's attachment-based origins. By watching this video, you will understand the theoretical foundations of IPT and its application to depression; learn how to support clients struggling with grief, role transitions, or interpersonal disputes; and discover ways to incorporate empathic reflection, the interpersonal inventory, and communications analysis into your client work. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions." - Supplied by publisher.
Series
Psychotherapy essentials to go
Notes
Original copyright Mae Productions, Inc., c2013.
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=374
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601245175
Location
Online
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Mindfulness-based relapse prevention for addictions, volume I

https://iha.andornot.com/permalink/library19292
Ashwood, Devin. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2016. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=326
Author
Ashwood, Devin
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2016
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (69 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy
Mindfulness (Psychology)
Substance-Related Disorders
Abstract
"In this training video, mindfulness expert Devin Ashwood demonstrates two integral practices of an eight-week Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention (MBRP) course in a live group recovery setting. Ashwood leads members through a very detailed "body scan" along with a guided visualization of "walking down the street," and he conducts group inquiry around each activity. By watching this video, you will understand the theoretical underpinnings of MBRP, and how they apply to clients in recovery; learn how to lead the practices of the "body scan" and "walking down the street"; and discover key skills for leading a mindfulness-based group inquiry. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, human resources, and related professions." - Supplied by publisher.
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=326
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601244697
Location
Online
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Mindfulness-based relapse prevention for addictions, volume II

https://iha.andornot.com/permalink/library19300
Ashwood, Devin. [Mill Valley CA]: Psychotherapy.net , 2016. (Video - online)
Location
Online
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=327
Author
Ashwood, Devin
Corporate Author
Psychotherapy.net
Place
[Mill Valley CA]
Publisher
Psychotherapy.net
Pub Date
2016
Physical Description
Online
1 streaming video file (125 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format
Video - online
Subject
Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy
Mindfulness (Psychology)
Substance-Related Disorders
Abstract
"In this training video, mindfulness expert Devin Ashwood demonstrates the core practices of an eight-week Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention (MBRP) course in a live group recovery setting. Based on the idea that people tend to relapse when they're feeling something they don't want to feel, Ashwood illustrates how MBRP can support clients' ability to identify, observe, and diffuse challenging internal states. MBRP researcher Dr. Sarah Bowen provides a detailed introduction to the method. By watching this video, you will understand the theoretical underpinnings of MBRP, and how they apply to clients in recovery; learn how to lead the practices of "urge surfing," the "mountain meditation," the "SOBER breathing space," and more; and discover key skills for leading a mindfulness-based group inquiry. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, human resources, and related professions." - Supplied by publisher.
Link
http://www.psychotherapy.net/stream/interiorhealth-IP/video?vid=327
Link Notes
This resource is available to IH staff, physicians and students only. For offsite access, contact Library Services for password information.
ISBN
9781601244710
Location
Online
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