THERAPY -- Audiovisual Resources
CONTACT ME FOR ACCESS TO THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS
These materials were obtained as free downloads from a variety of sources including:
These materials discuss important elements in therapy. For details on how to use them, with demonstration, see here [LINK]. ALSO -- these are provided as "professional-to-professional" communicatioms, and must be properly cited (back to Psychotherapy Networker as the producer -- [LINK]).
NOTE: Whilst MP3 recordings are provided for some sessions, some involve the display of slides so you are advised to watch the videos to appreciate them in full detail.
On this site links are provided to a number of materials:
- Therapy for Trauma Survivors -- [LINK]
- Emotion Skills -- [LINK]
- Creatively Managing Your Therapy -- [LINK]
- Relationship Skills -- for Couples -- [LINK]
- Customising Therapy for Men -- [LINK]
- Attachment Theory and its relationship to Therapy -- [LINK]
- Attachment Theory -- in Practice -- [LINK]
- The Compassionate Brain -- Applications of Mindfulness to Therapy [LINK]
- Making Mindfulness Work -- Behavioral Medicine Applications [LINK]
- Today's Wisdom: New Visions for an Old Concept [LINK]
- Putting Brain Science to Practical Use in Therapy -- [LINK]
These videos might be valuable to non-therapists for increasing your understanding of your situations -- how you came to have the concerns you do, and what might be able to be done about them. However, if you have any difficulty understanding, or applying, the principles discussed in these videos, do not hesitate in contacting your nearest available mental health practitioner. They are provided here as personal "professional-to-professional" communicatiosn and should be used as such, and not used without citation back to Psychotherapy Networker.
Not surprisingly, there are a large number of other resources available from a variety of websites, including those on YouTube, such as the following:
- Russ Harris -- [LINK]
- Rick Hanson -- [LINK]
- UCLA Mindfulness Centre -- [LINK]
- GiftFromWithin -- website with extensive resources for trauma survivors -- [LINK]