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PSU Library Catalog - Streaming Audio/Video
Clinical Practice Videos
Counseling and Therapy in Video
Offers videos for the study of social work, psychotherapy, psychology, and psychiatric counseling. Includes counseling sessions and demonstrations, consultations, lectures, presentations, and interviews. Closed captions and/or interactive transcripts are available for many, but not all, titles.
Symptom Media Collection
Symptom Media is an online mental health education and training film library. These DSM-5 and ICD guided films offer guideposts to better understand specific mental health diagnoses. Closed captions are available.
Psychotherapy.net Video Library
Provides access to over 200 streaming media films on psychotherapy, counseling, and addiction treatment for teaching and training. Mac users: If you experience trouble viewing video, please try the Safari browser.
Clinical Diagnosis & the DSM-5
Collection offers interviews with 12 real-life patients experiencing different psychiatric disorders, organized into 4 diagnostically-themed groups: Anxiety Disorders, Mood Disorders, Psychotic Disorders and Disorders Associated with Medical Illness. Also includes Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (A.D.H.D). Closed captioning available.
Films On Demand
Full length program and video segments addressing topics across the social sciences.
Provides access to academic or scholarly documentaries, social issues films, and videos. Closed captions and/or subtitles available for many, but not all, titles.
Inequality for All
Examines economics professor and Clinton Administration cabinet member Robert Reich's crusade to expose the problem of income inequality in the United States.
Through the voices of committed residents, activists and city officials, this award-winning documentary shows how a Boston community organized the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative and was able to create and carry out its own agenda for change.
Gaining ground, a follow-up to the award-winning documentary Holding Ground (1996), shows how one diverse Boston neighborhood has stemmed the tide against enormous odds. In the midst of the economic meltdown, Gaining Ground explores the innovative, grassroots organizing efforts of the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (DSNI) in Boston.
Living Broke in Boom Times
Three groundbreaking documentary films by Pamela Yates and Peter Kinoy (Takeover, Poverty Outlaw & Outriders) into segments of ideal length for classroom use. These films examine activist efforts by and on the behalf of the homeless and destitute, with contemporary interviews and commentary from key activists who led the movement