Counseling & Psychotherapy

This collection of 136 hours and 420 videos draws upon a vast network of SAGE’s authors and editors. It includes many tutorials, such as Mick Cooper on Empathy and Listening, multiple interviews with leading experts such as Jerrold Lee Shapiro on Existential Psychotherapy and John McLeod on Evidence-Based Practice, along with many more films addressing teaching, learning and practitioner issues. View the full title list here.

  • Active Listening

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    Active Listening

    Abstract

    Prof. Mick Cooper explains the importance of active listening and how to actively listen. He futher explores how to determine when it is appropriate to respond verbally to a client.

  • Mindfulness in Schools

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    Mindfulness in Schools

    Abstract

    This tutorial introduces the concept of mindfulness, its origins, and some of the benefits and applications of mindfullness practice in early education. Dr. Rae, an educational psychologist, believes that children practicing non-judgemental thinking (an aspect of mindfulness) in school, learn to protect and maintain their mental health, happiness and well-being--skills that will benefit them throughout their lives.

  • An Introduction to the Method of Levels

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    An Introduction to the Method of Levels

    Abstract

    The methods of levels (MOL) is a trans-diagnostive cognitive therapy that focuses on internal experiences: thoughts, images and feeling. MOL is based on Perceptual Control Theory, which says that human behavior aims at control of our environment.

  • Live Supervision

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    Live Supervision

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    This film examines the use of live supervision in the clinical setting. Therapist Rod Goodyear explains the benefits live supervision has for students and helping them build on their counseling skills.

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