Sam Gladding Included as a “Contemporary Great” in New Video Resource
Posted on: October 16, 2012
Dr. Sam Gladding has been recognized as a “contemporary great” by the Alexander Street Counseling video resource available to WFU students, faculty, and staff through a University subscription.
Alexander Street Counseling
“Description: The third volume of Alexander Street Press’ award-winning Counseling and Therapy in Video series will grow to more than 300 additional hours of training videos, reenactments, and actual therapy sessions conducted by renowned counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, and clinicians. Volume III presents a firm grounding in the theoretical modalities of counseling and psychotherapy, while expanding into new and emerging areas such as social media, veterans, cyber-bullying, mindfulness, and neuroscience. This collection features the giants of counseling and psychotherapy, such as Viktor Frankl, Albert Bandura, Albert Ellis, Aaron Beck, Virginia Satir, Jay Haley, and Carl Rogers, whose theoretical models shape the way we look at counseling today. Adding to this list are contemporary greats, such as Pat Love, Samuel Gladding, Jon Kabat-Zinn, Jon Carlson, Natalie Rogers, Patricia Arredondo, Thomas Parham, and John Arden. The films emphasize the evolution of the field, juxtaposing the history of counseling and psychotherapy with future directions by examining new techniques, methods, and research-informed practice. Titles include: A Conversation Hour with Viktor Frankl; Counseling Military Families: Deployment, Co-Morbidity, and PTSD; Brain-Based Therapy; Mindfulness in Counseling; Queer Theory; Relational Cultural Therapy; Narrative Therapy for Eating Disorders; Sand Tray Therapy for Veterans and their Families; Microaggressions: The New Face of Discrimination; Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy and the Prevention of Depression.”
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