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Emotional intelligence with Daniel Goleman by
Call Number: DVD BF576 .E466 2007
For leaders, emotional intelligence is almost 90 percent of what sets stars apart from the mediocre. As Goleman documents, it's the essential ingredient for reaching and staying at the top in any field, even in high-tech careers. And organizations that learn to operate in emotionally intelligent ways are the companies that will remain vital and dynamic in the competitive marketplace of today and the future.
The psychology of criminal behavior by
Call Number: DVD HV 6080 .P79 2004
Examines criminal behavior and traces societal views on crime. It addresses biological theories, environmental and sociological factors, and such psychological considerations as maladjustment, psychosis, and developmental trauma. It reviews typologies of criminal acts and discusses whether criminals can be rehabilitated.
Professor Erik Erikson by
Call Number: DVD BF 173 .P73 2006
In this program Dr Erik Erikson, Professor of Human Development, Harvard University is interviewed by Dr Robert Evans.
The program begins with a review of Dr Erikson's professional history. He discusses the background of his involvement with psychoanalysis and describes his theory of the eight stages of psychosocial development.
Inner world of counseling with Carl Rogers by
Call Number: DVD RC 481 .I49 2000
Two interviews in which Dr. Carl R. Rogers uses client-centered counseling in interviews with Sylvia, who discusses her problems as a divorcee and single parent, and her fears about going to work full-time. Through use of freeze frames and voiceover commentary, Sylvia comments on her feelings at various points in the interview, and Dr. Rogers discusses his counseling techniques and the feelings Sylvia seems to be expressing. The second of the two interviews is first on the video.
Mary Ainsworth by
Call Number: DVD BF 723.E6 M379 2005
Attachment theory is increasingly cited by developmental and clinical psychologists as a framework for understanding the impact of emotional ties on individuals throughout the course of their lives. With her pioneer research into the nature of infant-caregiver attachments, Mary Ainsworth provided both the methodology and data for future investigations of how early experiences affect personality development. The laboratory procedure, "The Strange Situation", she devised is a widely used assessment device for gauging the nature of early attachments
Call Number: DVD BF 109 .F74 S54 2005
Sigmund Freud didn't intend to get into the field of psychiatry. His dream was to be a research scientist, but because of Jewish quotas he wasn't permitted to enter into the field of study. So he became a doctor specializing in nervous diseases, because at the time that's where the money was and he desperately wanted the cash so he could marry his fiancée. A&E's Biography: Sigmund Freud is an illuminating look at the man who changed the way the world viewed sexuality and who gave us "the talking cure," better known today as psychoanalysis. Through photographs, interviews with psychoanalytic experts and Freud's grandchildren, and even with a brief recording that Freud himself made, we gain a glimpse into the life of this complex man, from his childhood in Vienna to his escape to London during World War II. His life was full of contradictions: he delved into self-analysis, but never looked at his addiction to cigars; he was an early advocate of cocaine, causing a close friend to become addicted; he demanded complete loyalty from his protégés, causing a serious rift in his relationship with Carl Jung.
An Introduction to Carl Jung by
Call Number: DVD BF 173 .J85 J86 1999
John Sanford, author and Jungian analyst, delivers three lectures in which he introduces the thought of the Swiss psychiatrist Carl G. Jung, his key concepts, and implications for a greater understanding of ourselves.
The culture of emotions by
Call Number: DVD RC 454 .C8 2002
Culture and ethnicity play multidimensional roles in the ways we experience and understand our own psychological states and those of others. The Culture of Emotions is a cultural competence and diversity training program exploring the variety of ways the diverse cultures of America understand mind and body - and the disorders to which mind and body are subject. It is designed to introduce cultural competence and diversity skills to all clinicians and students who work with clients with mental health issues in academic, community mental health, or managed care settings. Clinicians and researchers from a variety of cultural backgrounds contribute their personal and professional perspectives. The video introduces the DSM-IV Outline for Cultural Formulation (OCF), a concise diagnostic method for the assessment of psychiatric disorders across cultural boundaries and diagnostic categories. The topics covered in its distinct five sections include: cultural identity, cultural expression and explanations of illness, cultural stressors and supports, cultural elements of the clinician-patient relationship, cultural assessment for differential diagnosis, and treatment planning. The OCF offers a conceptual bridge between Euro-western diagnostic concepts and explanations, and traditional worldviews of health and pathology from a variety of societies. This is an urgently needed resource for training in psychiatry, psychology, social work and counseling, medicine and nursing.
National Geographic: Stress - Portrait of a Killer by
Call Number: DVD RC455.4.S87 S77 2008
Scientific discoveries in the field and in the lab prove that stress is not a state of mind, but something measurable and dangerous. Over the last three decades, Stanford university neurobiologist Robert Sapolsky has been advancing our understanding of stress
Depression: Out of the Shadows by
Call Number: DVD RC 537 .D47 2008
Many Americans are keeping an important, possibly deadly secret: depression. Approximately 15 million American adults live with this devastating disease which affects all age, race, gender, and socioeconomic groups. Through the voices and stories of people living with depression and interviews with scientists, Depression: Out of the Shadows provides a portrait of the disease never before seen on American television.
Cry for help by
Call Number: DVD RJ499 .C79 2009
This primetime special features first-person stories from adolescents who are confronting depression, anxiety and mental illness. From depressed, suicidal teens to parents unaware of what may be troubling their own children to those on the front lines of prevention and care, CRY FOR HELP provides a rare and important look at mental illness among young adults. Through their own words, the program documents their stories, their emotional struggles, their lives in crisis. CRY FOR HELP affords a new understanding of the teens world. In doing so, it explores treatments, mental health testing and community healing programs to give parents and educators a basis for recognizing the warning signs of teens in trouble.
This emotional life by
Call Number: DVD BF531 .T45 2010
How can we all live happier, more fulfilling lives? THIS EMOTIONAL LIFE explores ways we can improve our social relationships, learn to cope with problems like depression and anxiety, and become more positive and resilient individuals. Host Daniel Gilbert, Harvard psychologist and best-selling author of Stumbling on Happiness, talks with experts about the latest scientific understanding of our emotions and how we can find support for the issues we all face. Each episode weaves together scientific perspectives with the compelling personal stories of ordinary people, complemented by insight from celebrities like Chevy Chase, Larry David, Alanis Morissette, John Leguizamo, Katie Couric, and Richard Gere, among many others.
Maslow's hierarchy of needs by
Call Number: BF 503 .M372 2007
Presents Maslow's theory regarding human motivation and indicates its relevance to supervisors, managers and students. Behaviour, motivation, job satisfaction and productivity are the main concepts.
Into the wild by
Call Number: DVD PN1997.2 .I58 2008
This is the true story of Christopher McCandless (Emile Hirsch). Freshly graduated from college with a promising future ahead McCandless instead walked out of his privileged life and into the wild in search of adventure. What happened to him on the way transformed this young wanderer into an enduring symbol for countless people. a fearless risk-taker who wrestled with the precarious balance between man and nature.
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