New Electronic Resources: Psychotherapy.net & Simmons OneView

Pepperdine University Libraries now provides access to Psychotherapy.net’s Exclusive Collection of Psychotherapy & Counseling Videos & Simmons OneView.

 

Psychotherapy.net offers inspiring and informative counseling and therapy videos.  The Psychotherapy.net Exclusive Collection includes 138 titles with a total run time exceeding 224 hours. There are several series in this collection, including “ACT in Action,” “Couples Therapy with the Experts,” “Emotionally Focused Therapy: A Complete Treatment,” “Evidence-Based Treatment Planning Series,” and “Family Therapy with the Experts,” among others.

The collection is searchable by keyword, expert, therapeutic issue, and client population. Users can create clips, view transcripts, and download instructor’s manuals to easily explore, present, and share videos with colleagues, students, or interns.

Notable titles include:

Motivational Interviewing Step by Step (4-video series ) with Cathy Cole, LCSW
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy with Marsha Linehan, PhD
Emotionally Focused Therapy in Action with Sue Johnson, EdD
Resolving Trauma in Psychotherapy with Peter Levine, PhD
ACT in Action (6-video series) with Steven Hayes, PhD
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Otto Kernberg, MD
Clinical Interviewing: Intake, Assessment & Therapeutic Alliance with John Sommers-Flanagan and Rita Sommers-Flanagan

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Simmons OneView provides survey data from the Simmons National Consumer Study, National Hispanic Consumer Study, and New Media Study.

The consumer studies include consumer usage behavior for all major media (more than 450 product categories and over 8,000 brands), covering over 700 psychographic measures to understand customer targets across categories such as general attitudes, media, and shopping habits.

Access to the New Media Study is also included, which measures attitudes and use of emerging media technologies.

Simmons OneView is restricted to 5 simultaneous users.

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New Electronic Resources: Psychotherapy.net & Simmons OneView