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Psychology in Action

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The official web site of the official organization dedicated to theory and research in cognitive and behavior therapy. Clinical Psychology Links Provides links to many other clinical psychology web sites. American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry This site offers contemporary thought on psychoanalysis and information describing the origins of this treatment technique American Psychoanalytic Association A broad based site devoted to psychoanalytic (and psychodynamic) theory and research. Dr. Bob’s Mental Health Links Instructor's Resource Guide                               Chapter 15                                         Page  213
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A large collection of links to a variety of resources in the mental health field. Cognitive Therapy and Research site allows you to view the contents of this journal, which focuses on the role of cognitive in human adaptation and adjustment. See the free on-line sample copy. BehaveNet "Behavioral health care information & publishing on the World Wide Web since 1995" Humanistic Psychology and Psychotherapy "Humanistic Psychology is a contemporary manifestation of that ongoing commitment (to the value and dignity of human beings). It's message is a response to the denigration of the human spirit that has so often been implied in the image of the person drawn by behavioral and social sciences." Instructor's Resource Guide                               Chapter 15                                         Page  214
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S uggested F ilms and V ideos Mistreating the Mentally Ill Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1995. 56 minutes. This program takes a cross-cultural look at the treatment of the mentally ill. The United States, Japan, India, and Egypt are examined as to how each culture views mental illness and treats less accepted members of society. It concludes that the problem is not a lack of funding, but indifference of societies to the mentally ill. Health, Mind and Behavior Annenberg/CPB, 1990. 30 minutes. This program from Zimbardo's "Discovering Psychology" series discusses the new biopsychosocial model of treating the mentally ill. The history of treatments for the mentally ill is presented along with a model that integrates traditional biomedical and psychological approaches with a new social awareness that our relationships with others can affect our health. Psychotherapy Annenberg/CPB, 1990. 30 minutes. This program from Zimbardo's "Discovering Psychology" series discusses how theory, research, and practice are integrated in the treatment of the mentally ill. Social attitudes toward the mentally ill are discussed. This is an excellent video that will be an asset to your presentation of psychotherapy.
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