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Box 6

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Contains 8 Results:

Maslow and self-actualization: Part I (Honesty, Awareness) and Part II (Freedom), 1977

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A presentation of Psychological Films. Santa Ana, California.

Abraham Maslow discusses the dimensions of self-actualization and elaborates on research and theory related to honesty, awareness, freedom and truth.

Dates: 1977

Michael, a gay son, 1980

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Scope and Contents Produced by Bruce Glawson Productions. Written and directed by Bruce Glawson.Michael, a young homosexual, has decided to reveal his homosexuality to his family. To prepare himself, he participates in a gay and lesbian support group that discusses how to deal with the negative responses that often result and the difficulty of gaining acceptance, even from people to whom one has always been close. He then attends a counselling session with his parents, his brother and sister,...
Dates: 1980

Mother may I? (school version), 1981

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Produced by Shared Futures Films, directed by Linda Feferman, written by Linda Feferman and Gwenda Blair.

This film deals with sexuality and teenage pregnancy as seen through the eyes of an eleven-year-old girl and her sixteen-year-old sister, who thinks she is pregnant. The film shows how they learn how to communicate about sexuality and how to act responsibly on sexual issues.

Dates: 1981

Portrait of a nurse (HF2677), 1976

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Produced by Butler Freedman Films, Cambridge, Mass.

A nurse practitioner describes her practice and her partnership with a physician. Attitudes towards nurse practitioners and the limits of their roles are described.

Dates: 1976

Principles of development (McGraw-Hill Child Development Series), 1950

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Produced by Crawley Films Limited. Ottawa, Canada for McGraw-Hill Text-Films. The McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc.

This film outlines the fundamentals and basic principles of development, and considers the variables which make each child different from every other one.

Dates: 1950

Psychiatric nursing: the nurse-patient relationship, 1958

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Scope and Contents Produced by The American Nurses' Association and National League for Nursing. Ann and Ralph Schoolman, Dynamic Films Production. The film discusses principles in psychiatric nursing, emphasizing the importance of the therapeutic nurse-patient relationship in the care and treatment of the mentally ill. It describes the importance of the nurse's acceptance of patient behavior, and explains that the nurse, as a person, can help a mentally ill patient bridge the gap from her own...
Dates: 1958

Psychotherapy (HF2427), 1978

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Produced by Eclipse Films for Davidson Films. Distributed by CRM McGraw-Hill Films.

This film provides an overview of the basic process of psychotherapy and of the major elements common to all psycho-therapeutic techniques. Through a series of three case vignettes, it examines three central themes: providing a safe relationship, working through ideas and feelings, and developing new cognitive and behavioral patterns for self-evaluation and interpersonal relationships.

Dates: 1978

Rose by any other name, 1976

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By Judith Keller, produced by the Adelphi University Center on Aging, Garden City, NY.

This film centers on Rose, a 79-year-old female resident of a nursing home, who is found in the bed of a male resident. It shows how their warm, intimate, and fulfilling relationship and Rose's personal wishes are threatened by the nursing home's administration and her family.

Dates: 1976