A new resource from Alexander Street Press has been added to the databases and Streaming Media web page. Counseling and Therapy in Video, Volumes I and II contains over 700 hours of training videos, reenactments and footage of actual therapy sessions conducted by world-renowned therapists such as Albert Ellis, Allen Ivey, and our own John Norcross.
The collection highlights dozens of therapeutic methods, diagnoses, and cultural groups and is a valuable tool for anyone involved in studying, teaching, or practicing in the helping professions.
Login to my.scranton and use the Library tab so that you’ll be authenticated as a University of Scranton user. Links are found on the Streaming Media web page, the A-Z Database under C and in the Databases by Subject under Counseling and Human Services and Psychology. Authorized users can create an account and make custom clips and playlists. Counseling and Therapy in Video can be accessed on or off campus from a computer, iPhone, iPad or Android.
If you have any questions about Counseling and Therapy in Video Volumes I and II, or would like more information, please contact Sharon Finnerty at firstname.lastname@example.org or (570) 941-6330.