Improve your psychotherapy skills and learn more about mental health symptoms and diagnosis with Lane Library’s two new video-based resources: Psychotherapy.net and Symptom Media.
New Psychology and Psychotherapy Video Resources
Learn new skills by watching leading practitioners conduct psychotherapy sessions and discuss the nuances of their work. With over 300 training videos featuring master therapists, as well as articles, interviews and blogs, Psychotherapy.net is a useful resource for education about psychology as well as for teaching and training of psychotherapy practice.
Videos are available on a wide variety of topics such as CBT, trauma, addiction, art therapy, mindfulness, anxiety and many more. Search the library by approach, therapeutic issue, expert, or population. Searching by population includes resources on cultural sensitivity and therapy with multicultural clients.
Also useful for our current times is a section of resources to help support clients coping with COVID-19 related issues.
Symptom Media’s film library of over 600 mental health simulations includes assessment tools as well as DSM5 and ICD 10 guided films. These short films, ranging in length from 30 seconds to 15 minutes, provide viewers with training tools that are critical for symptom recognition. These visual guideposts allow viewers to better understand what a particular mental health diagnosis looks like and aid in proper diagnosis of mental health issues.
Films can be used for training and education to help learners identify and understand nonverbal cues and body language as well as learn assessment skills. Symptom Media films can also be used as reference points for cross-comparisons and to differentiate between diagnoses.
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