Three approaches to psychotherapy II

United States, 1977

Film
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Film is in three parts with an introduction by Everett Shostrom: Part 1 - Describes client-centred therapy as practiced by Carl Rogers. Shows his interview with patient Kathy and gives a summation of the effectiveness of the interview. Part 2 - Describes actualising therapy as practiced by Everett Shostrom. Shows his interview with patient Kathy and gives a summation of the effectiveness of the interview. Part 3 - Describes multi-modal behaviour therapy as practiced by Arnold Lazarus. Shows his interview with patient Kathy and gives a summation of the effectiveness of the interview. Includes an evaluation by Kathy of her therapy with Drs Rogers, Shostrom and Lazarus.

Credits

producer/director

Everett L. Shostrom

production company

Psychological Films

Language

English

Duration

02:16:15:00

Colour

Colour

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