PsycTHERAPY® Teaching Guideby American Psychological Association American Psychological Association
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The PsycTHERAPY® Teaching Guide provides practical ideas on how to use APA's video database of streaming psychotherapy demonstrations in a variety of classes, in clinical supervision, and in other training contexts.
On the surface, PsycTHERAPY is simple to use: Find a video and learn as you watch a master clinician demonstrating psychotherapy. However, professors in clinical psychology and counseling have discovered many different uses for PsycTHERAPY, including teaching personality theories and psychopathology classes, training researchers on how to code therapy sessions, and augmenting empathy training for psychotherapy students.
The authors of this book have collected 20 of these uses into one guide, providing step-by-step exercises for each along with suggested videos from the database. Also included for those new to PsycTHERAPY is a helpful walk-through of each feature and tips for using video in education.
This guide will be valuable to any psychology faculty seeking new ways to use video to teach concepts and skills in psychotherapy, psychopathology, personality, and psychotherapy research.
I. Introduction and Features
- How to Find a Video
- How to Play Videos
- How to Use Clip-Making
- How to Make Playlists
- Uses in Theories of Psychotherapy Classes
- Uses in Theories of Personality Classes
- Uses in Psychopathology Classes
- Uses When Studying Presenting Problems
- Uses When Studying Techniques
- Uses When Comparing and Contrasting Aspects of Psychotherapy
- Uses in Clinical Supervision and Training
- Uses in Empathy Training
- Uses in Researcher Training
III. Pedagogical Methods
- Video Discussion Options
- Reimagining the Session
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