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Films & Other Videos

Films with: Carlson, Jon

Accelerated experiential dynamic psychotherapy
"In Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP), Dr. Diana Fosha demonstrates her healing-centered treatment approach, which aims to capitalize on the client's natural, adaptive, wired-in capacities for healing and transformation. AEDP integrates experiential and relational elements within an affect-centered psychodynamic framework, with the somatic experience of affect in relationship and the moment-to-moment regulation of this experience as the focus of clinical aims to bring about change. In this session, Dr. Fosha works with a young woman who comes to treatment for help with an unsatisfying marriage. The client is worried that her 3-year-old daughter is being harmed by watching the conflict between the parents. Working to rapidly overcome the client's defenses and fear of emotional closeness, Dr. Fosha helps the client experience and process her deep grief, hurt, and sadness over her own early experiences of being parented. The client experiences a healing transformation and thus accesses confidence in herself and in her own resources."--Container.
DVD 12976
Accelerated experiential dynamic psychotherapy (AEDP) with a male client
"In this phase-oriented treatment, Dr. Diana Fosha first focuses on building the relationship and establishing safety, simultaneously working with anxiety and attending to interferences with core emotion. She then helps the client to gain visceral access to experience, using moment-to-moment tracking of fluctuations in affect. Next, Dr. Fosha affirms and processes the experience of transformation by drawing attention to its positive and healing effects. Finally, the client is able to construct a coherent, cohesive narrative, with newfound personal truth and strengthened sense of self."--Container.
DVD 12948
Bowenian therapy
(Producer) Bowenian therapy, also known as family-of-origin therapy, looks at how previous generations influence the present family functioning. In this video, Dr. Guerin works to help family members link cognitive processes to emotional responses.
DVD 13224
Cognitive therapy
"Dr. Beck meets with an African American woman in her late 30s who is a single parent dealing with life-long depression. Dr. Beck helps the client begin to sort out her problems and modify her dysfunctional cognitions through Socratic questioning and other techniques"--Container.
DVD 8588
Cognitive therapy for addictions
Cognitive therapy helps clients modify the thought patterns and maladaptive beliefs that can lead to troublesome behaviors and reactions. The cognitive therapist works collaboratively with the client to identify and change the thought patterns that relate to addictive behaviors. Includes a demonstration of Dr. Liese working with a client whose issues include alcohol abuse, cocaine abuse, and involvement in the criminal justice system, and a follow-up discussion with questions from a panel of counselors, counselor educators, and graduate students.
DVD 7112
Cognitive-behavioral therapy
"Dr. Donald Meichenbaum uses cognitive-behavioral therapy with a constructive-narrative perspective in which he looks at the stories clients tell about themselves and considers ways that the client could develop a different, more positive story."
DVD 6269
Cognitive-behavioral therapy
Jon Carlson, Diane Kjos and Don Meichenbaum introduce cognitive-behavior theory. This is followed by actual footage from an actual session and follow-up discussion.
DVD 10470
Couples therapy for addictions
"In this video, Dr. McCrady works with a young couple trying to change behaviors related to alcohol and marijuana use"--Container.
DVD 7113
Gay, lesbian, and bisexual clients
(Producer) Dr. Perez's areas of professional interest include counseling issues related to diversity, multiculturalism, and gender issues. Watch him treat patients in these populations dealing with issues of sexuality within a multicultural and gender-awareness context.
DVD 3775
Harm reduction therapy for addictions
The therapist accepts the client on his or her own terms and tries to reduce barriers to treatment. In this video, see expert on harm reduction therapy and relapse prevention, Dr. Marlatt, work with a heroin-addicted client who is considering entry into a methadone program. Jon Carlson and Judy Lewis introduce Dr. Marlatt, and facilitate an in-depth discussion of the further impact and uses of the model.
DVD 7114
Integrating therapy with 12 step programs
Therapist Joan Ellen Zweben demonstrates how to integrate therapy with 12-step programs in an actual counseling session with a Desert Storm veteran struggling with addiction.
DVD 7117
Motivational interviewing
Lewis and Carlson talk to William Miller about motivational interviewing and how it is designed to help people resolve their ambivalence about changing addictive behaviors. The therapist creates an atmosphere that is conducive to change by expressing empathy, helping clients explore the gaps between their current behaviors and the lives they would like to lead, avoiding arguments, rolling with resistance, and using encouragement. Includes footage of an actual counseling session.
DVD 7118
Reality therapy for addictions
Judy Lewis, Jon Carlson, and Robert Wubbolding begin by introducing reality theory. The introduction is followed by an initial therapy session with Dr. Wubbolding and Bill, a forty-three year old man, whose recovery from cocaine addiction is complicated by depression. Then the therapy session is discussed by Lewis, Carlson, Wubbolding, and a panel of counselors, counselor educators, and graduate students.
DVD 7115
Sex therapy for middle age and older adults
Jon Carlson discusses sex therapy for middle age and older adults with therapist Barry W. McCarthy.
DVD 3774
Solution focused therapy with Insoo Kim Berg and Steve de Shazar
Introduces the brief therapy based on the belief that it is not sufficient to help clients eliminate their problems, but to identify the appropriate solution and apply it to the problem. Insoo Kim Berg conducts an actual counseling demonstration. Concludes with a group of professionals discussing the demonstration and the theory.
DVD 7712
Stages of change for addictions
Dr. Norcross and his colleagues have helped to identify the stages people go through in addressing and dealing with addictions. Program includes footage from an actual counseling session for a client who is in early recovery from cocaine addiction and contemplating changing his use of alcohol. Concludes with follow-up questions from a panel of counselors, counselor educators, and graduate students.
DVD 7116
Structural family therapy
(Producer) Harry Aponte is a family therapist in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is known for his work with poor and oppressed populations. Harry Aponte believes that many of our family problems are the result of larger social problems. In this video, Harry Aponte assists a troubled couple to break some long standing patterns in their family life. Although changes appear subtle, the end result is powerful and visible.
DVD 13225
Time-limited dynamic psychotherapy
"In this session, Dr. Levenson works with a woman whose relationship with her second husband seems to echo her relationship with her father. Dr. Levenson helps her to begin to understand the cycle of maladaptive relationships she has cocreated in her life, and instills hope and direction for future work."--Container.
DVD 6280
Treating difficult couples
Dr. Douglas Snyder discusses how to identify and treat difficult couples. Program includes an interview with Jon Carlson, an actual therapy session with real clients and a discussion afterwards.
DVD 6279
Working with children who have experienced neglect or abuse
Demonstrates Dr. Crenshaw's approach to recontextualize the act of injustice that has occurred in the client family. The offender must come to think of his or her behavior as wrongful, and the victim must come to see what has happened as just a small part of a larger life picture. This restorative justice model helps children and families come to a new understanding of what has happened to them.
DVD 9859