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Death, dying & grief in psychotherapy. Volume I, A brief psychodynamic treatment / Milton Viederman, Maryland. [print]

Contributor(s): Viederman, Milton [commentator.] | Psychotherapy.netMaterial type: FilmFilmPublisher number: 127Series: Death, dying & grief in psychotherapyPublication details: [Mill Valley, California] : Psychotherapy.net, [(c)2010. Description: 1 streaming video file (81 minutes) : digital, sound, colorContent type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: video | computer Carrier type: other | online resourceISBN: 9781601242211Other title: Brief psychodynamic treatmentSubject(s): Bereavement -- Psychological aspects -- Case studies | Grief therapy -- Case studies | Brief psychotherapy -- Case studies | Psychoanalysis -- Case studies | Psychodynamic psychotherapy -- Case studies | CaregivingGenre/Form: Educational films. | Streaming video. LOC classification: PN1997PN1997.V656.D438 2010Online resources: Click here for access COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: Featured expert: Milton Viederman.Summary: "In this training video, Milton Viederman, MD, demonstrates a psychoanalytic approach to working with grief. Pat is the primary caregiver for her dying husband and is experiencing the grief and fear around his impending death. Forming an interpretation of Pat's core conflict and elaborating this theme throughout four sessions, Viederman helps Pat explore the early life experiences that give meaning to her current emotional responses. You will understand the specific techniques used in Viederman's approach to brief psychodynamic treatment; identify the basic principles of this approach to working with people who are dealing with the sickness and death of a loved one; and learn how to conduct an initial interview with someone dealing with death, dying, and grief. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions."
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Original copyright Milton Viederman, Maryland, ©2003.

Originally published by American Psychiatric Publishing.

Featured expert: Milton Viederman.

"In this training video, Milton Viederman, MD, demonstrates a psychoanalytic approach to working with grief. Pat is the primary caregiver for her dying husband and is experiencing the grief and fear around his impending death. Forming an interpretation of Pat's core conflict and elaborating this theme throughout four sessions, Viederman helps Pat explore the early life experiences that give meaning to her current emotional responses. You will understand the specific techniques used in Viederman's approach to brief psychodynamic treatment; identify the basic principles of this approach to working with people who are dealing with the sickness and death of a loved one; and learn how to conduct an initial interview with someone dealing with death, dying, and grief. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions."

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