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These videos are a supplementary learning resource for readers of Psychotherapy: An Australian Perspective, by Analise O’Donovan, Leanne Casey, Marchiene van der Veen, and Mark Boschen.

In these videos, all characters, ‘therapists’ and ‘clients’, are played by actors, and scenarios are fictitious; any resemblance to a real person, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

Scenarios are designed and offered for the sole purpose of facilitating the education and training of helping-professionals; they cannot be used to guide the treatment of an individual client. Clinical management, including assessment of risk, and health and safety issues relating to any clinical context, remains the responsibility of the relevant clinician, in the context of policies and procedures of the clinician’s governing agency.

In the textbook 16 video vignettes are referred to. These short videos have been loaded on to YouTube. To download these vignettes from YouTube, simply click on one of the following links:

SCENE 1: Discussing confidentiality

SCENE 2: Therapy becomes a chat

SCENE 3
: Therapist being rigid

SCENE 4
: Gifts from a client

SCENE 5
: Cross-cultural interview

SCENE 6
: Working with a distressed client

SCENE 7
: Managing therapeutic boundaries in rural areas

SCENE 8
: Working with a difficult client

SCENE 9
: Younger therapist working with an older client

SCENE 10
: Interview with an adolescent

SCENE 11
: Therapist countertransference and supervision

SCENE 12
: Exploring feelings

SCENE 13
: Ending a session on time

SCENE 14
: Assessment feedback

SCENE 15
: Suicide risk assessment

SCENE 16
: Working with a client in a domestic-violence situation

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