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Emotions [electronic resource]

Where do emotions come from, and why do we experience them? Is there a connection between reason and emotion? In this program, host Michael Mosley uses vintage footage and his own willingness to be a test subject to review classic and sometimes disturbing experiments on the nature of fear, love, and empathy. The discussion includes John B. Watson's tests on 9-month-old "Little Albert," in which the infant was conditioned to feel fear; António Damásio's findings on gambling, logic, and decision-making; and the work that Harry Harlow did with monkeys and their surrogate mothers that helped change thinking about the value of cuddling a newborn baby.
Online
2010
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Prisoners of Incest [electronic resource]

This heart-wrenching documentary is actually a dramatized reconstruction of a therapy session that took place at London's famous Great Ormond Street Hospital for children. In this re-creation, actors are among those who perform in an encounter session of the type pioneered at the hospital. A family of five is reacquainted with the father after a lapse of two and a half years to enter into a discussion of the incest that occurred between the man and his daughter. The team of psychologists who introduced this pioneering type of treatment play themselves.
Online
1984
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Counseling and Psychology [electronic resource]: General Perspectives

This program offers a general overview of the psychological impact faced by at-risk kids and families, as well as the counselors and therapists concerned with their betterment - based on interviews with Dr. Richard Lawlor, child psychiatrist at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health, and Dr. Mina Dulcan, child psychiatrist at Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago.
Online
2006
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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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Counseling and Psychology [electronic resource]: Fixing the Family

One evening in March 2000, filmmakers followed Child Protective Services on a response call to an investigation of alleged physical abuse. This program gives an overview of the Pitcock case, with emphasis placed on the measures taken by the court to help the Pitcock family come back together and to curb any likelihood for further abuse in the home.
Online
2000
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Mental Health Considerations [electronic resource]: Shauntee

Jacob has spent a great deal of his teenage years incarcerated. As a self-mutilator, his case both perplexes and disturbs those who care for his rehabilitation. He reveals for the first time a childhood filled with abuse, attempted murder, and total abandonment. Observing the same case of Shauntee from Principals of De-escalation: Shauntee (item #52362), counselors offer perspectives on working with juvenile offenders having mental health issues and tendencies toward self-harm.
Online
2008