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Michelle G. Craske, Ph.D.
Professor, Dept. of Psychology, UCLA
Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety Disorders: A Primer
Dr. Craske has played a leading role in the development of most contemporary CBTs for anxiety disorders. In this video, Dr. Craske provides an up-to-date overview of these common and debilitating conditions and, with great skill and verve, teaches the methods you need to alleviate your clients’ suffering.
CE Credit: 6 hours Price: Price: $119.00 
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Ellen Frank, Ph.D.
Professor, Psychiatry and Psychology, Univ. Pitt.
Treating Bipolar Disorder with Interpersonal and Social Rhythm Therapy (IPSRT)
Dr. Frank led development of this new, empirically supported treatment for bipolar disorder. Here, she explains the key principles and techniques of IPSRT as well as the evidence for its efficacy.
CE Credit: 2 hours Price: Price: $39.00 
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Anthony Greenwald, Ph.D.
Professor, Dept. of Psychology, Univ of Washington
The Psychology of Blink
After years of disrepute in the academic world, interest in unconscious cognition was revived by Dr. Tony Greenwald. Ever heard of the implicit association test (IAT)? Here are some of the key scientific findings that sparked Malcom Gladwell's (author of Blink) interest in intuition and unconscious cognition.
CE Credit: 1 hours Price: Price: $19.00 
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Thomas Joiner, Ph.D.
Professor, Dept. of Psychology, Florida State Univ
The Desire and Capability for Suicide
Suicide is tragic; it is also perplexing. Joiner marshals seemingly disparate facts to reveal the fascinating process by which an individual acquires the ability to “surmount the most powerful instinct of nature” (Voltaire). Aaron Beck calls Joiner’s theory “an elegant description of what leads people to commit suicide….”
CE Credit: 2 hours Price: Price: $39.00 
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Thomas Joiner, Ph.D.
Professor, Dept. of Psychology, Florida State Univ
Assessment and Treatment of Suicidal Behavior
There are countless “risk factors” for suicide. Joiner uses empirical findings to reveal the ones that matter and provides a practical, effective strategy for assessing suicidality. He also lays out the goals that must be achieved at each stage of therapy with suicidal clients and teaches viewers how to accomplish each one.
CE Credit: 2 hours Price: Price: $39.00 
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Lisa Lilenfeld, Ph.D.
Assoc. Prof., Dept. of Psychology, Argosy Univ.
Assessment and Treatment of Eating Disorders
Eating disorders can be striking, dramatic, and deadly. They can also fester undiagnosed in clients who are actively engaged in psychotherapy. In this video, a leading expert provides an overview of eating disorders as well as empirically-supported treatments for these conditions.
CE Credit: 3 hours Price: Price: $59.00 
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Scott O. Lilienfeld, Ph.D.
Professor, Dept. of Psychology, Emory University
An Interview about 50 Great Myths of Popular Psychology
In this video, Dr. Lilienfeld provides the facts about a range of topics where psychomythology runs rampant. Do dyslexics misread "dog" as "god"? When angry, is it a good idea to punch a pillow? Do support groups increase survival time for cancer patients? Don't allow yourself to be stumped by such questions at a cocktail party. Get the facts in this lively interview. (Purchase provides access to the video for 7 days.)
CE Credit: 1 hours Price: Price: $9.00 
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Alan Marlatt, Ph.D.
Professor, Dept. of Psychology, Univ of Washington
Treatment of Addictive Behaviors: Relapse Prevention
Marlatt’s approach to addictive behaviors is eminently pragmatic. If an abstinence program (e.g., AA) works for a client, use it! But, he argues, relapse prevention techniques provide a proven alternative for individuals who are unwilling or unable to commit to abstinence. In this video, Marlatt reveals the determinants of relapse for alcohol, smoking, and non-substance addictive behaviors. Moreover, he explains the crucial role of teaching clients skills that match their personal triggers.
CE Credit: 3 hours Price: Price: $59.00 
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Richard J. McNally, Ph.D.
Professor, Dept. of Psychology, Harvard University
The Science and Folklore of Traumatic Amnesia
Dr. McNally is one of the nation's leading experts on autobiogrpahical memories. In this fascinating and provocative video, Dr. McNally addresses one of the most important and controversial topics in mental health - Recovered Memories.
CE Credit: 1.5 hours Price: Price: $29.00 
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Cory F. Newman, Ph.D.
Director, Center for Cognitive Therapy, U. Penn
Taming the Swings: Cognitive Therapy of Bipolar Disorder
A popular lecturer across the United States and principal author of the leading book for practitioners on CBT for Bipolar disorder, Dr. Newman offers a “compassionate” perspective and “a toolbox of therapeutic interventions” (Amazon review). In this video, Dr. Newman provides extended demonstrations of his therapeutic techniques. He also addresses stigma, shame, the chaos that often characterizes the families of bipolar patients, and dicey issues confronted by all bipolar patients such as when and whether to disclose the fact that he or she suffers from this condition.
CE Credit: 3.5 hours Price: Price: $69.00 
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Susan Nolen-Hoeksema, Ph.D.
Professor, Dept. of Psychology, Yale University
Lost in Thought: The Detrimental Effects of Rumination
Dr. Nolen-Hoeksema is the nation’s leading researcher on rumination. In this video she describes her findings concerning the cognitive and emotional consequences of rumination and outlines principles for helping clients break this self-destructive process.
CE Credit: 1 hours Price: Price: $19.00 
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Barbara O. Rothbaum, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychiatry, Emory Univ Medical School
Treatment of Trauma and PTSD
Dr. Rothbaum is one of the nation's leading experts on the treatment of trauma and PTSD. She has worked extensively with both military and civilian populations. In this video, Dr. Rothbaum provides the facts about trauma and PTSD and teaches viewers how to implement treatments that have proven to be effective. A demo therapy session is included.
CE Credit: 4 hours Price: Price: $79.00 
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Michael Thase, M.D.
Professor, University of Pennsylvania Med School
Depression as an Altered Brain State and Medications to Treat It
Eminent researcher and clinician, Dr. Michael Thase shows brain images that depict changes in brain structure and functioning that occur in depression, the reversal of these changes with effective treatment, even an image that suggests different mechanisms of action for medication vs cognitive therapy. Also addressed: Are there meaningful differences in the efficacy of various antidressant meds? Does the effectiveness of SSRIs diminish or “poop-out” over time? Is ECT effective? And much, much more.
CE Credit: 3 hours Price: Price: $59.00 
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