If you are not happy, change your expectations.
— Virginia Satir

Informative/Educational DVD’s


  • The Legacy of Unresolved Loss: A Family Systems Approach – In this realistic simulation of an18-week course of therapy with the Rogers family, we see how the presenting problem—teenage daughter Michelle’s rebellious behavior—masks unresolved loss across three generations of family members.
  • Children of the Camps: The Documentary – A powerful, thought-provoking video perfect for use in cultural competency and awareness classes. We are sure it will provide you and your students a deeper understanding of the impact of racism, and discussions that travel far outside the classroom.
  • Diversity and Multiple Identities – The sixth video in the Psychotherapy for Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Clients Series highlights personal accounts by GLB individuals from diverse ethnic groups, as well as commentary by Dr. Beverly Greene and other distinguished experts.
  • The Psychological Residuals of Slavery – A powerful exploration of the psychological legacy of slavery; an extremely useful educational resource for diversity and multicultural training.

Emotion-Focused Therapy

  • Emotion-Focused Therapy Over Time – Dr. Leslie S. Greenberg demonstrates emotion-focused therapy over the course of six entire sessions. Emotion-focused therapy focuses on helping clients gain access to and process previously avoided feelings and thoughts. 
  • Emotion-Focused Therapy for Depression – Dr. Leslie S. Greenberg demonstrates his unique approach to treating depression. Emotion-focused therapy centers on helping the client to express emotions more easily and thus release unprocessed feelings and thoughts so that they may be dealt with openly. In the case of depression, having “feelings turned outward” can undo the disorder by giving access to previously untapped resilience in the client.


  • Feminist Therapy Over Time – Dr. Laura S. Brown demonstrates how this qualitative and phenomenological approach, which takes into account the meanings of gender and power in the client’s social realities, empowers the client.
  • Feminist Therapy – Dr. Laura S. Brown demonstrates this integrative approach to psychotherapy. Feminist therapy may superficially resemble other forms of psychotherapy, but the therapy’s basis in feminist political analysis and scholarship on the psychology of women and gender make this a unique and valuable approach for both female and male clients. In this session, Dr. Brown works with a woman recently convicted of narcotics charges. She helps the client to discern how past experiences have shaped her current negative self-narrative.
  • Feminist Therapy – Watch Lenore Walker expertly demonstrate her feminist therapy approach in an actual therapy session in this 3-part video.


  • Dr. Gordon Wheeler Dr. Gordon Wheeler discusses and demonstrates the underlying theory of this therapeutic approach: The growth occurs through new awareness brought to bear on old habits of self-organization and through supported experiments in new ways of organizing meaning-making and behavior.
  • Violet Oaklander – Gestalt Therapy with Children Watch Gestalt child therapist Violet Oaklander in an actual counseling session with a 13-year old boy who has difficulty expressing anger.
  • Lore Perls – At the Boundary Excerpts from “Shall I compare thee…?” Includes Dan Bloom, Seán Gaffney, Karen Humphrey, Richard Kitzler, Philip Lichtenberg, Edwin Nevis, Sonia March Nevis, Peter Philippson and many others.


  • Existential–Humanistic Therapy Over Time – Dr. Kirk J. Schneider demonstrates this distinctly American expression of existential therapy. Emphasizing freedom, experiential reflection, and responsibility, this approach draws from Schneider’s existential–integrative framework. The goal of this therapy is to help clients free themselves from self-imposed limitations. The focus of the approach is here-and-now, which involves frequently asking clients to check in with their emotions and bodily sensations. By not only discussing, but experiencing the problems they face in-session, clients come to a deeper understanding of their authentic life goals, versus those imposed by others or by a rigid sense of self.
  • Existential Therapy – Dr. Kirk J. Schneider demonstrates his existential–integrative model of therapy. Developed by Dr. Schneider with the inspiration of Rollo May and James Bugental, existential–integrative therapy is one way to engage and coordinate a variety of intervention modes—such as the pharmacological, the behavioral, the cognitive, and the analytic—within an overarching existential or experiential context.

Liberation Psychology

  • The Psychodynamics of Liberation – Underneath the apparent separation of individuals there is a level of unity and interconnectedness. True liberation, suggests Kathleen Speeth, involves attaining an awareness of this level. In Part I of this program, Dr. Speeth enters into an intensive dialogue on the nature and meaning of liberation as viewed in both eastern and western traditions. In Part II, Dr. Speeth focuses on our tendency to sabotage ourselves — to act against our own best interests. She maintains that a distinction can be drawn between inner weaknesses for which we may forgive ourselves and those inner criminal impulses toward which we must remain forever vigilant.
  • Liberation Psychology: Ending “Sufferation” & Inspiring Freedom – What is happening to our capacity for ethical and moral reasoning? Why does our education and training fail to provide professionals who can work against escalating oppression, social injustice, and the income gap? Dr. Myers presents her well-known Optimal Theory, a psychology of liberation that inspires us to become conductors of human freedom. Optimal Theory provides specific strategies to lead us out of this quagmire and on to a more just, sacred, sustainable world.

Motivational Interviewing

  • What is Motivational Interviewing with Mary Dugan, PhD – Motivational Interviewing is a tool for use in helping people resolve their ambivalence, or internal conflict, about changing their behavior. This training covers what MI is, why you hear people talking about the Spirit of MI and why that that is so important. You will learn how MI works and why, and be given resources for further learning or finding information, and for comparing MI with other approaches.
  • How is Motivational Interviewing Applies with Mary Dugan, PhD – Further explore both the importance of the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing and guidelines for specific
    applications of MI. Topics include a brief review of empathic counseling skills (OARS) and in introduction to directive aspects of MI, dealing with resistance, and recognizing and eliciting change talk.
  • Motivational Interviewing Training Video – no description available

Person-Centered Counseling

  • Person-Centered Child Therapy – Watch Person-Centered child therapist Anin Utigaard in an actual counseling session with a shy eight-year-old girl. 
  • Person-Centered Expressive Arts Therapy – Watch Natalie Rogers masterfully integrate expressive arts with a client-focused approach in an actual therapy session in this 3-part video.