VIDEOS AND WEBCASTS
As a service to both members and non-members, ABCT maintains a growing library of videos from several different series for purchase. Please click on the content areas below to learn more.
ABCT makes Podcasts available to visitors of this website to help demonstrate clinical techniques and to illustrate behavioral and cognitive therapies. These podcasts can be used to learn more about CBT, and to help teach CBT.
Confronting School Refusal
Jonathan Dalton explains why kids avoid school and what can be done to help them. He says: "We don't treat anxiety; we treat avoidance." My favorite line is "Courage is what you do, not what you feel."
Join Stefan Hofmann in his presidential address as he explores current trends in CBT in the age of the new DSM-5 and explores future linkage of CBT with neuroscience, emotions research, psychiatry, biology, and pharmacology.
Bob Klepac, in his presidential address,
admonishes us to adhere “to the strong scientific base and focus on the principles of
behavior maintenance and change.,” among other comments celebrating our profession’s ascendancy in the last 50 years… and warning us to stay with our strengths, not go into “areas that are discontinuous with our traditions.”
ABCT has captured 64 sessions from the convention.
All people who attended the 45th annual ABCT Convention in Toronto as general registrants can take advantage of a special benefit.
For more information...
"Deb Hope, in her presidential address, confronts the effect of gender in studies and the real world."
Viewers can see Dr. Hope, her slides, or both. Audio, video and the PowerPoint slides are available.
Click the icons under "Views" in the upper right to toggle between them.
Click on the third icon titled 'contract screen' to see both video and related slides; click on the other two icons to see slides only or Dr. Hope only.
Anne Marie Albano explains how to get involved with ABCT. Collaborations happen at ABCT, from students to presidents.
An excerpt from: Clinical Grand Rounds: Mindfulness-Based
Cognitive Therapy and the Prevention of Depression. J. Mark G. Williams, University of Oxford. Presented at the ABCT Conference, 2007
Deb Beidel discusses Social Phobias and how CBT can help sufferers.
See the interview
Specific phobias are common in children, but parents are often unsure of when or where to seek treatment.
Dr. Thomas Ollendick of Virginia Tech, interviewed here by Dr. Susan White, discusses evidence-based treatment options for childhood phobias, suggestions for parents, and tips for determining
if a fear is age-appropriate or indicative of a phobia that requires intervention. He also provides up-to-date information on the state of treatment research in this area for clinicians.
Non-Suicidal Self-Injury and Suicide in Children and Adolescents
Click here to learn how identify the signs that your child might be considering suicide or self-injury. There are ways to see who is most vulnerable; and strategies to help.
See Dr. Prinstein podcast
Clinical Grand Rounds
Our Clinical Grand Rounds series feature internationally renowned master clinicians at work solving the most challenging problems therapists encounter. Take advantage of the videos listed below to observe live clinical interviews with mock clients. Treatment conceptualization and implementation are highlighted. Ideally suited for both individual and classroom learning, these 1 ½ hour tapes show the "how-to" that defines good therapy.
In order to commemorate its 40th anniversary in 2006, ABCT convened an unprecedented series of presidential panels. Each of these videos captures rare and fascinating exchanges between past presidents of the association as they chronicle the critical issues that have faced ABCT and the field over the years. Please click on each of the links below for a synopsis of each presidential panel as well as for purchasing information.
Clinical Assessment Series
The ABCT Clinical Assessment Series, a unique collaboration between ABCT and Springer Publishing, aims to streamline the lives of both practitioners and researchers... at a substantial discount. The handy yet comprehensive guides listed below make assessment more systematic, convenient, and completely up-to-date. Each guide focuses on key clinical areas and offers organized, readily accessible information on the specifics of individual measures, as well as invaluable comparisons of instruments.
Single-User Subscriptions - Psychotherapy.net
Psychotherapy articles, videos, interviews with master psychotherapists, continuing education, psychotherapy humor and other professional resources for psychotherapists....
ABCT continues its partnership with Psychotherapy.net, now offering multiple ways to learn from leaders in CBT.
First, there are two subscription plans at http://www.psychotherapy.net/subscriptions :
- (a) Choice Plan (2-Video-per-Month): Subscribers choose two new videos per month to add to your personal video library. These will remain accessible to you in your library as long as you maintain your subscription. Price will be $39/per month, with a 6 month commitment.
- (b) Unlimited Plan: Subscribers have unlimited access to all our videos (currently 220 titles, and growing). Price will $79/month, with a 6 month commitment.
- ABCT members enjoy an introductory 25% discount on these subscriptions for the first 6 months, bringing the subscription price down to $29.25 per month for the Choice Plan, and $59.25 per month for the Unlimited Plan. Just type the promotional code unique to ABCT members (SUBACT15) when you order a subscription to obtain the discount.
Or stream individual sessions. Choose from these titles, and more:
Finally, there's a series, Perspectives in Behavior Therapy , which includes 8 of these influential therapists.
All come with CE credit, so you earn while you learn
ABCT has entered into a partnership with Psychotherapy.Net in which they present online videos of important leaders in BT, CT, CBT, and the full gamut of empirically based treatment. Proceeds from downloads of these sessions are shared between the two organizations. The expanding list currently includes five of the earliest luminaries captured on tape.