The following are online videos that can be used for the purpose of staff training. To receive credit for the trainings, watch the video and then fill out the attached form. You will receive credit for the times of the video plus 15 minutes for filling out the form.
A History of Human Services, Universal Lessons, and Future Implications
Presented by Wolf Wolfensberger, Ph.D. and Susan Thomas, Training Coordinator
Day 1: An Interpreted Pictorial Presentation on the History of Human Services
With Emphasis on the Origins of Some of Our Major Contemporary Service Patterns and Some Universal Lessons for Planning and Structuring of Services Which Can Be Learned from This History.
Day 2: Reflections on a Lifetime in Human Services
From Prior to the Reforms of the 1950s-70s to the Present, with Implications for the Future: What Has Gotten Better, What Has Gotten Worse, What Is the Same, and What Lies Ahead.
(Total Running Time All Segments: 10 Hours 9 Minutes)
Verbal Judo: Diffusing Conflict Through Conversation
Presented by George Doc Thompson
Academic-turned-cop and best-selling author George Doc Thompson describes how tactical language allows leaders to achieve their goals. Daniel Ames, the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Associate Professor of Leadership and Ethics, confirms that managing conflict is a critical predictor of leadership success and shows how what works in the streets converges with recent findings in social science. The workshop was part of the Program on Social Intelligences Science Meets Practice series, which pairs hands-on leadership training with breaking insights in psychology research.
(1hour, 30 minutes)
First Aid and CPR Refreshers
Remember the steps, test your knowledge and reinforce your life-saving skills. Build your confidence and be ready to respond. Taking this online course does not renew your card.
“Back From the Edge” – Borderline Personality Disorder
“Back From the Edge” offers guidance on treating Borderline Personality Disorder. The video was created by the Borderline Personality Disorder Resource Center at NewYork-Presbyterian
Child of Rage
This is an HBO documentary about a young girl with Reactive Attachment Disorder.
Schizophrenia: Stolen minds, Stolen lives
A documentary that explains schizophrenia and features the people who live with schizophrenia.
“Up/Down” Bipolar Disorder Documentary
There are approximately 5.7 million people in the United States with bipolar disorder. In an attempt to eliminate the mystery and misinformation surrounding the illness, many throughout the country diagnosed with this condition were interviewed extensively. They diligently explain the struggle to balance themselves between floating to a state of euphoria and sinking to a devastating depression.
(1hour 30 min.)
The Truth about Depression BBC Full Documentary 2013
Explanation of the causes, symptoms, and treatments of depression, featuring the lives and interviews of people who live with depression.
Social Anxiety Documentary: Afraid of People
A documentary about the causes, symptoms, and treatments of Social Anxiety Disorder, the most common anxiety disorder. The documentary includes interviews of people who experience the disorder and doctors who treat it.
I Want to Say
The film sprang from the desire to share the true stories of hope of six children with autism who communicated for the first time through the use of touch technology. It highlights the growing prevalence of autism (recently reported to affect 1 in 88), the parents’ emotional struggle to communicate with their children, and the hope and promise that came with introducing assistive technology to the autism community.
My Experience with Autism
Animal Science professor Temple Grandin, who designs livestock handling facilities, discusses the value of early intervention in autism, and about medications. Other topics include her sensory sensitivities and how she manages them, how she and other autistic people think, and social relationships and careers.