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Cinema Therapy In Psychotherapy & Counseling
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Positive Cinema Therapy with Children and Adolescents
Resources & References

This web page is part of three online courses:
Cinema Therapy in Psychotherapy and Counseling
Cinema Therapy with Children and Adolescents
Positive Cinema Therapy with Children and Adolescents

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Cinema Therapy: General

General Information:

Film Guides:

  • Cinematherapy.com Film Index
  • Psychocinema: a film guide based on psychological issues from the Florida Institute of Technology
  • Psychflix.com: provides useful listings and reviews of films that portray psychiatric themes
  • A Summary of Films: Films are organized by Axis I and Axis II disorder types
  • Teach With Movies: site devoted to helping parents and teachers use films for teaching. Includes film indexes by subject and by character traits.

Online Resources:

 
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Cinema Therapy with Children and Adolescents

Resources for Therapists:

Websites

Narrative Therapy with Children with Stephen Madigan

Object Relations Child Therapy with David Scharff

Psychotherapy with Medically Ill Children with Gerald Koocher

Gestalt Therapy with Children with Violet Oaklander

Adlerian Play Therapy with Terry Kottman

Adolescent Family Therapy with Janet Sasson Edgette

Person-Centered Child Therapy with Anin Utigaard

Solution-Focused Child Therapy with John. J. Murphy

Cognitive-Behavioral Child Therapy with Bruce Masek

Adlerian Parent Consultation with Jon Carlson

Reality Therapy with Children with Robert Wubbolding

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Positive Cinema Therapy with Children and Adolescents

  Resources For Therapists:

      Websites

    Positive Psychology Websites:
  • http://www.positivepsychology.org
    This Positive Psychology Network website gives a good overview of the positive psychology movement.
  • http://www.authentichappiness.org
    This website supports Authentic Happiness. It includes Martin Seligman's new introduction to positive psychology. A number of psychological assessments free of charge, including the Values in Action (VIA) Inventory of Strengths to identify your signature strengths.

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Resources for Therapists to Recommend to Clients:

      Websites

    Positive Psychology Websites:
  • http://www.authentichappiness.org
    This website supports Authentic Happiness. It includes Martin Seligman's new introduction to positive psychology. Psychological assessments are free of charge, including the Values in Action (VIA) Inventory of Strengths to identify Signature Strengths.

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Cinema Therapy - Additional References

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Banks Gregerson, Mary (2010). The Cinematic Mirror for Psychology and Life Coaching. New York, NY: Springer.

Berg-Cross L., Jennings, P. & Baruch, R. (1990). Cinematherapy: Theory and Application. Psychotherapy in Private Practice 8, no.1, 135-157.

Bergman, Ingmar (1988). The Magic Lantern. New York: Viking Press.

Blatt, Moshe & Kohlberg, Lawrence (1973). The Effects of Classroom Moral Discussion on Children's Level of Moral Judgment. In Lawrence Kohlberg and Elliott Turiel, eds., Recent Research in Moral Development. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

Braudy, J. (2016). Film Theory and Criticism: Introductory Readings. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

Bry, Adelaide & Bair, Marjorie (1979). Visualization: Directing the Movies of Your Mind. New York: Barnes & Noble.

Byrd, Michelle L, Forisha, Bill & Ramsdell, Cathlene. (2006). Cinema Therapy With Children and their Families. Retrieved from www.macmh.org/programs_services/education/conference/handouts/59handouts.pdf.

Carddock, Jim (editor) (2005). Videohound's Golden Movie Retriever. Farmington Hills, MI: Thomson Gale.

Carney, Mary Lou (2002). The Power of Positive Thinking for Teens. Nashville, TN: Ideals Publications.

Champoux, Joseph E. (2001). Management: Using Film to Visualize Principles and Practices. Cincinnati, OH: South-Western College Publishing.

Champoux, Joseph E. (2001). Organizational Behavior: Using Film to Visualize Principles and Practices. Cincinnati, OH: South-Western College Publishing.

Clemes, John K. & Wolff, Melora. (1999). Movies to Manage By: Lessons in Leadership From Great Films. Lincolnwood, IL: Contemporary Books.

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Foster, L.H. (1989) Cinematherapy in the Schools. Chi Sigma Iota Exemplar, 16(3), 8.

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