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Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Depression

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Designed for mental health professionals, these tapes teach important clinical skills in a systematic, step-by-step manner, providing hands-on demonstrations and clear guidelines for replicating the skills shown in the demonstrations. An important goal of this series is to teach empirically supported methods.
VHS
2000
Ivy (By Request)
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Sexual Assault of Women and Men at UVA

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Participants define sexual assault, identify the magnitude of the problem locally and nationally, discuss the effects of assault on the lives of victims, and comment on preventive and therapeutic programs for victims. Comments are also made on the role of behavior, language, dress, alcohol and drugs, and previous sexual experience.
DVD
1991
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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Medical Advice and Free Speech: The Implications of the Abortion Counseling Gag Rule

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Mr. O'Neil, professor of constitutional law at UVa and Dr. Underwood, chairman of the Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynecology at UVa discuss the abortion gag rule, adopted in 1988 by the Reagan Administration. This rule bars employees of family planning clinics from receiving federal funds under Title X of the Public Health Service Act of 1970 from discussing abortion with their patients, except under limited circumstances. The panel looks at whether the government should be allowed to dictate to personnel what they can say when they work in a federally funded clinic; and if so, what are the implications for other federally funded individuals and institutions?
DVD
1992
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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Counseling and Psychology [electronic resource]: Gang Counseling in Juvenile Prison

Superintendent Mike Dempsey implemented a novel approach to dealing with the systemic problems represented by gang involvement. His program GROW - Gang Realities in Our World - brings together kids with gang ties to live with one another, speak to one another, and face the fact that far less separates them than holds them in common. This film highlights that program and covers one of its counseling sessions.
Online
2009
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Essential Counseling Skills [electronic resource]

Whether you are in customer service, work on a team, or manage people, counseling skills are increasingly recognized as vital for interpersonal effectiveness. This video teaches the three main skills of counseling you can apply in situations such as dealing with an upset client, personality clashes within a team, or career counseling an individual. Viewable/printable educational materials are available online.
Online
2001
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Effective Interviewing and Counseling Techniques

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Using two example cases Professors Kelley and Scott discuss methods of legal interviewing.
Video U-Matic
1978
Law (Media) Map
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One Nation Under God

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Two former leaders of an "ex-gay" ministry expose and ridicule therapies and techniques used by some Christian organizations to attempt to change the sexual orientation of homosexuals, along with commentary from gay leaders.
DVD
2004; 1993
Clemons (Stacks)
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Suicide and Psychiatric Disorders

Professor of psychiatry and author Kay Redfield Jamison talks about the irrefutable link between psychiatric disorders and suicide, especially among young people.
Online
2015; 2011
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TEDTalks: Ari Wallach—3 Ways to Plan for the (Very) Long Term

We increasingly make decisions based on short-term goals and gains—an approach that makes the future more uncertain and less safe. How can we learn to think about and plan for a better future in the long term ... like, grandchildren-scale long term? Ari Wallach shares three tactics for thinking beyond the immediate.
Online
2018; 2017
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Manic Depressive Experiences in College and Beyond

Professor of psychiatry and author Kay Redfield Jamison talks about the episodes of mania and depression she experienced in college, then recalls her years in graduate school as a time of relative stability. All that changed when she began teaching at UCLA. "When I joined the faculty at UCLA in the psychiatry department as a young assistant professor, I went flamingly manic, " Dr. Jamison says. "Hallucinations, delusions...completely psychotic."
Online
2015; 2011
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Stigma of Mental Illness, the

Dr. Andrew Leuchter, Director of Adult Psychiatry at UCLA, talks about the stigma of mental illness. The manifestations of that run the gamut from patients avoiding treatment, to insurance companies providing little or no psychotherapy benefits.
Online
2015; 2011
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Facial Anomalies: Just Like You

Facial Anomalies: Just Like You shares the perspective of courageous children living with facial anomalies who are not defined or limited by their conditions. The stars of the film tell their real-life stories, explaining what it’s like to live with facial paralysis, lymphangioma, and other conditions. Like the book and upcoming movie Wonder, they show courage as they earn empathy and understanding.
Online
2017
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Recognizing Depression

Dr. Andrew Leuchter, Director of Adult Psychiatry at UCLA, talks about the differences between what he calls, ". . . normal ups and downs," and depression. Dr. Leuchter says that when someone is down for weeks at a time, ". . . that's when we start to think of somebody as, not just being down but, being depressed and needing treatment."
Online
2015; 2011
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Depression and the Brain

Dr. Andrew Leuchter, Director of Adult Psychiatry at UCLA, talks about brain-mapping and other techniques for looking into the brain that may predict whether a patient suffering from depression is going to benefit from a particular treatment that's being used.
Online
2015; 2011
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Schizophrenia and the Brain

Dr. Andrew Leuchter, Director of Adult Psychiatry at UCLA, talks about studies showing distinctive features in the brains and brain function of many schizophrenic patients.
Online
2015; 2011
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Exuberance and Intellectual Curiosity

Professor of psychiatry and author Kay Redfield Jamison talks about the link between exuberance and curiosity. ". . . One of the endearing qualities of exuberance," Dr. Jamison notes, ". . . is that people are able to entertain themselves almost endlessly by asking questions."
Online
2015; 2011
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Whatever! the Science of Teens: Sex

In this episode of Whatever! The Science of Teens, host Steve Cannane goes under the covers to explore the science of teen sex. Teenagers are tackling their emerging sexuality prodded by biology, powerful peer group expectations, and mixed messages from the adult generation. In our highly sexualized culture, teens are rewriting the rules of sex, and while their bodies suddenly become adult, they’re not necessarily in sync with their chief sex organ: the teen brain.
Online
2017; 2009
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When a Study Ends

Experimental psychologist and author Elizabeth Loftus talks about the reactions of her subjects when research studies end. "After having debriefed more than two thousand subjects in whom I've attempted to plant a false memory over the last quarter century, I've never had any kind of a bad experience," Dr. Loftus reports.
Online
2015; 2011
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Understanding Depression

Dr. Andrew Leuchter, Director of Adult Psychiatry at UCLA, explains that depression is an illness not a weakness, and that real, physical changes in brain neurochemistry or in hormones often, ". . . prevent the depressed patient from being themselves."
Online
2015; 2011
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Gender Equality

Author and feminist Betty Friedan observes that while full equality between the genders has not yet been achieved, American society is closer to reaching that goal than at any time in the past.
Online
2015; 2011