Alexander Street Press has recently added 67 new videos to the Counseling and Therapy in Video database, for a total now of 609 videos (and 647 hours) in Collections I and II. Highlights from the new content include videos from Jay Haley, one of the founders of Family Therapy and Brief Strategic Therapy. The 18 Haley videos are focused on training new therapists and cover titles such as “Changing a Violent Family,” “Brief Strategic Therapy with Couples,” and “The Boy Who Can’t Stop Fighting.” Also included are 14 counseling sessions produced by Jeff Zeig that feature “real clients with real issues who are counseled by top notch therapists.” Sample titles range from “Cognitive Therapy for Depression” to “Building on Adolescent Expertise: A Solution Oriented Brief Therapy Approach.”
Look for new videos from Psychotherapy.net and Aquarius Productions addressing addiction, stress, neuroscience, and other topics. Finally, you will find in this update presentations from the 2011 Columbia University Winter Round Table on Cultural Psychology Conference, such as “Native Implosion of a Racial/Cultural Identity Model” and “Tribal Identity Construction: An Eleven-Year-Old Boy’s Journey Toward His Naming Ceremony.”
All of the Counseling and Therapy in Video titles can be accessed via the database, or by title in the library catalog. Counseling and Therapy in Video is found in “Psychology: Most Useful,” “Social Work: Most Useful,” and “Education: Also Useful” categories, within the Databases by Subject section, or alphabetically by title.