~ most recent recording of each pioneer ~
Continuing in the tradition of The Evolution of Psychotherapy Conferences, the Milton H. Erickson Foundation now offers Pioneers of Psychotherapy, a collection of training tapes and DVDs featuring video recordings of renowned clinicians, each of whom has made seminal contributions to the field of psychotherapy.
Most of the major contemporary disciplines are represented in clinical demonstrations and discussions conducted by Aaron Beck, James Bugental, Albert Ellis, Milton Erickson, Viktor Frankl, Eugene Gendlin, William Glasser, Robert Goulding, Mary Goulding, Otto Kernberg, Ronald Laing, Alexander Lowen, Judd Marmor, Rollo May, Zerka Moreno, Erving Polster, Miriam Polster, Carl Rogers, Ernest Rossi, Virginia Satir, Thomas Szasz, Carl Whitaker, Joseph Wolpe, and Jeff Zeig.
The Pioneers of Psychotherapy series offers a unique opportunity for instruction in the practice of counseling and therapy. There are 26 videotapes featuring demonstrations of therapy and live supervision by distinguished experts.
The demonstrations are unscripted applications of the techniques and interventions associated with a particular orientation, in most cases described by the originator. One tape contains a panel discussion with four of the world’s leading theorists about the practice of psychotherapy.
The series is ideal for courses that focus on comprehensive training in methods of counseling and psychotherapy. It also is valuable for clinicians who want to improve their practice.
Pioneers of Psychotherapy brings a broader perspective to the practice of psychotherapy.