Entertaining video displaying specific therapeutic techniques within the framework of the Gestalt therapy theoretical orientation. This film was developed as part of a counseling theories course at The University of Texas at Austin by doctoral students.
This video features a counseling role-play in which the empty chair technique from gestalt therapy is used to help a client (played by an actress) build confidence to address a strained relationship.
This is PART 2 OF a tape of a Counselling Session between Carl Rogers and Gloria. Carl Rogers uses Person Centred approach. Humanistic style of counselling. This is the SECOND part of about 5/6 videos. To view the OTHER PARTS, just click on esherborne3, or see if they are listed on the right hand side of the screen. Enjoy..........
MªAuxiliadora Ruiz Ruiz, Psicoterapeuta Gestaltica explica los fundamentos de la Terapia Gestalt y cómo se trabaja en Terapia con este abordaje.
My website: http://wildtruth.net My Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/danielmackler Here I explore a variety of topics about psychotherapy, including: what makes a good therapist, how to assess a therapist's quality, why I think most therapists are not so good, boundaries in psychotherapy, the value in self-therapy versus therapy, and the subjects of diagnosis and psychiatric drugs. I myself was a therapist in New York City for ten years, have been in therapy, and know countless therapists. One thing I feel I left out in this video, and it's a KEY thing about what makes a good therapist: HEALING ONE'S OWN CHILDHOOD TRAUMAS (and, in that vein, taking distance from one's own family of origin). Bummer I didn't say it -- sometimes things slip the mind!!
http://www.ThePsychFiles.com Here's the full version of episode 31 of The Psych Files podcast in which I show examples of the principles of proximity, closure, similarith and others. For more free psychology audio and video, visit my podcast!
Dr. Kliethermes explains trauma and trauma focused cognitive/behavioral therapy (TFCBT). He discusses how he utilizes trauma focused cognitive/behavioral therapy in assisting children and adolescents work through the residual effects of traumatic experiences in their lives.
This video was made for a Counseling Theories course in the Counseling Psychology Program of The University of Texas at Austin. The video is intended for educational use only. All characters in the video are actors. The video outlines the basic principles of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) and includes examples of how they might be applied in practice. All of Albert Ellis' lines in the video are direct quotes by Ellis, the founder of REBT.