Role Play: Solution Focused Therapy

Role Play: Solution Focused Therapy

Solution-focused therapies are founded on the rationale that there are exceptions to every problem and through examining these exceptions and having a clear vision of a preferred future, client and counsellor, together, can generate ides for solutions. Presented in an authentic and flowing style, this video incorporates a role play demonstrating the key techniques of Solution-focused therapy -- demonstrated by counselling professionals and including captions of the specific skill as it is demonstrated.

Role Play: Person Centred Therapy

Role Play: Person Centred Therapy

The person-centred approach focuses on the client being able to develop a greater understanding of self in an environment which allows the client to resolve his or her own problems without direct intervention by the therapist. Presented in an authentic and flowing style, this video incorporates a role play demonstrating the key techniques of Person-centred therapy -- demonstrated by counselling professionals and including captions of the specific skill as it is demonstrated.

Role Play: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Role Play: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Cognitive-behaviour therapy involves a specific focus on cognitive strategies such as identification and modification of maladaptive cognitive errors and restructuring of core beliefs and/ or representations of the self. Further focus is on behavioural strategies that are designed to activate clients in the environment with a view to effect desired behaviour change. Presented in an authentic and flowing style, this video incorporates a role play demonstrating the key techniques of Cognitive-behaviour therapy -- demonstrated by counselling professionals and including captions of the specific skill as it is demonstrated.

Role Play: Gestalt Therapy

Role Play: Gestalt Therapy

Gestalt therapy was developed as a revision to psychoanalysis and focuses on an experiential and humanistic approach rather than analysis of the unconscious which was one of the main therapeutic tools at the time Gestalt therapy was employed. Presented in an authentic and flowing style, this video incorporates a role play demonstrating the key techniques of Gestalt therapy -- demonstrated by counselling professionals and including captions of the specific skill as it is demonstrated.

Spot the Narcissist

Spot the Narcissist

In Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) individuals have an inflated sense of their own importance and a deep need for admiration - whether they have done anything to be admired for or not! A person with NPD is preoccupied with issues of power, personal adequacy, prestige, and vanity. Such a person lacks empathy and exudes a sense of superiority, but beneath the mask of super-confidence rests an extremely fragile self-esteem. In this video, Richard Hill explores the symptoms that characterise narcissism, how the disorder initially develops, and why we often let narcissists get away with their behaviour. The consequences of someone acting narcissistically are huge; Richard explores those and also provides a few survival tips for dealing with a narcissist. About the lecturer: Richard Hill (MBMSc, BA (Linguistics), DipProfCouns, MA (Social Ecology), MEd, DPC) is a psychotherapist at the Davis Health Centre in Sydney (Australia) and director of the MindScience Institute (www.mindscienceinstitute.com). Richard is also a writer and regular speaker at mental health conferences in Australia and around the world.

Richard Hill on the Diploma of Counselling

Richard Hill on the Diploma of Counselling

Thinking about studying the Diploma of Counselling? Here's an insight from Richard Hill, an AIPC graduate, published author and international speaker. To learn more, visit http://www.aipc.net.au/course_dippro.php Note: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is now also covered by the Diploma of Counselling (CHC51015).

Transference and Projection

Transference and Projection

The phenomena of transference and projection, although solidly accepted in the analytical and psychodynamic schools of psychology in which they originated, are nevertheless complex and often misunderstood concepts. Yet some claim that projection is the single most important phenomenon in psychotherapy. In this video, Richard Hill helps you understand what transference and projection are, how they develop in a therapeutic relationship, and what forms they tend to take, so that you can recognise them as they occur in your therapy rooms and in your life. About the lecturer: Richard Hill (MBMSc, BA (Linguistics), DipProfCouns, MA (Social Ecology), MEd, DPC) is a psychotherapist at the Davis Health Centre in Sydney (Australia) and director of the MindScience Institute (www.mindscienceinstitute.com). Richard is also a writer and regular speaker at mental health conferences in Australia and around the world.

Role Play: Behaviour Therapy

Role Play: Behaviour Therapy

Behaviour therapy had its beginnings in the early 1900's and became established as a psychological approach in the 1950s and 1960s. At this time, it received much resistance from the current school of thought, psychoanalysis. Presented in an authentic and flowing style, this video incorporates a role play demonstrating the key techniques of Behavioural therapy - demonstrated by counselling professionals and including captions of the specific skill as it is demonstrated.

Principles of Psychological First Aid

Principles of Psychological First Aid

Psychological First Aid is a means of providing psychosocial support to individuals and families immediately after a disaster, terrorist or traumatic event, or other emergency. It consists of a set of helping actions which are systematically undertaken in order to reduce initial post-trauma distress and to support short- and long-term adaptive functioning. Based on the principle of "do no harm", it is provided increasingly by members of the general population, although mental health professionals are almost always involved as well. In this video, Richard Hill defines Psychological First Aid (or PFA), identifying its characteristics, and explaining why our modern world demands this level of assistance. This video consists of part 1 of a two-part series: we recommend you watch the companion video "Core Actions of Psychological First Aid" after watching this. About the lecturer: Richard Hill (MBMSc, BA (Linguistics), DipProfCouns, MA (Social Ecology), MEd, DPC) is a psychotherapist at the Davis Health Centre in Sydney (Australia) and director of the MindScience Institute (www.mindscienceinstitute.com). Richard is also a writer and regular speaker at mental health conferences in Australia and around the world.

Communication and the Counselling Interview

Communication and the Counselling Interview

This video lecture overviews the skills and knowledge required to use advanced interpersonal communication skills to facilitate the client-counsellor relationship in a counselling session. The lecture is divided into three sections: How to Communicate Effectively; Specific Communication (micro-counselling) Skills and; Stages of an Interview.

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