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 is a full video of Fritz Perls' session with Gloria from the film "Three Approaches to Psychotherapy" (1965). It's in high quality from the DVD and it's a full length video. In this video Fritz Perls demonstrates his Gestalt Therapy with a patient, "Gloria". She is a real person (not an actress) and she has done three sessions with three different therapists in a single day. The three therapists in the film "Three Approaches to Psychotherapy" are: Carl Rogers Fritz Perls Albert Ellis Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/DymE/
The Gestalt Cycle of Experience. A concept that is at the heart of Gestalt therapy....In Gestalt therapy, the self is not seen as a static thing but rather as a continually evolving process that is defined and illuminated by how person makes contact with his or her environment.
http://www.wildtruth.net ••• 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!!
The ABC or "Cognitive" Model of Emotions and Behavior presented by Dr. Aldo Pucci, president of the National Association of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapists and founder of the Rational Living Therapy Institute. Think you can't help how you feel and act? Think again. Learn how our emotions actually work from an expert in cognitive-behavioral therapy. For therapists: Please check out http://www.cbtonlinetraining.com to become certified in CBT.
This video is NOT INTENDED TO DEMONSTRATE GOOD, NOR HELPFUL, COUNSELLING METHODS. It is, however, intended to demonstrate one technique in isolation from all the others - and how quickly such a practice becomes unhelpful. This video was a project between Pete Allen-Worth for his university degree, and Dean Richardson of iCounsellor.co.uk. It's purpose is to demonstrate (and to film) a particular set of counselling methods. Video 2 of 3 - This video demonstrates only the reflective techniques of paraphrasing, summarising and echoing. Its purpose is to highlight one particular counselling technique. Reflecting back a client's words communicates back to the client not only that we have heard him, but offers him a mirror upon his own words so that he can hear back what he has said. When used in moderation, this technique offers empathy and understanding - and along with some interpretation - can deepen the therapeutic alliance. When used excessively, though, the result becomes less than helpful as demonstrated. In all videos the part of the client is role played by Liam Devaney, but Dean Richardson is a real counsellor demonstrating real techniques. Dean Richardson is a individuals psychodynamic and systemic/psychodynamic couples counsellor. He is an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and has has been practising for over ten years. He works in his own private practice in Portsmouth. http://www.icounsellor.co.uk/
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!
How does psychotherapy work; what a psychotherapist does to create a good session. http://www.marksehl.com/psychotherapy-interventions.html Fear, judgement, shame and parent's needs vs child's needs. Intruding on patients, defenses are necessary, countertransference, what was former treatment like?, setting fees and frequency, what is a well conducted first session. "It is joy to be hidden and disaster not to be found", what would you like to do when you grow up (is this a genuine question?).
Dr. Vesna Oršulić govori o tehnikama gestalt psihoterapije.