A multimedia/DVD approach to training clinicians in two psychotherapy modalities
Ted Scott Bledsoe, Azusa Pacific University, United States
Azusa Pacific University . Awarded
Training therapists can be challenging when considering they must effectively develop a strong therapeutic alliance and obtain a clear assessment of the patient's problems, often in a limited number of sessions. This study seeks to present two different models of psychotherapy to address these needs. Psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral theories are combined to provide one model. A family psychology model is presented to provide a more systemic and global perspective. The training tool offered for implementing these models is a multimedia environment with DVD (Digital Versatile Disk) technology that combines multiple learning factors including pictures, text, video, and audio in an easy-to-use format.
Bledsoe, T.S. A multimedia/DVD approach to training clinicians in two psychotherapy modalities. Ph.D. thesis, Azusa Pacific University.
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