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Social Service Administration Library - Videos


Counseling and Therapy in Video

Drawn from the catalogs of a variety of organizations and individuals dedicated to the advancement of education and training in counseling and therapy.
Several types of videos have been chosen: counseling sessions and demonstrations, consultations, lectures, presentations, and interviews, and teaching and discussion guides.



Docuseek2 provides streaming access to documentary and social issue films from Bullfrog Films, Collective Eye Films, Icarus Films (including The Fanlight Collection and dGenerate Films), Kartemquin Films, Scorpion TV, Sincerely Films, Terra Nova Films and Villon Films


 Education in Video

A collection of streaming video developed specifically for training and developing teachers.  Teaching demonstrations, lectures, documentaries, and primary-source footage of students and teachers in actual classrooms.


Ethnographic Video Online

The collection covers every region of the world and features the work of many influential documentary filmmakers of the 20th century, including interviews, previously unreleased raw footage, field notes, study guides, and more.



Based on qualitative research into patient experiences, led by experts at the University of Oxford. These personal stories of health and illness will enable patients, families and healthcare professionals to benefit from the experiences of others.


PEP: Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing

This database contains mostly text-based sources but provides a few videostreams from the Institute of Psychoanalysis UK Audio Video Project, PEP Videostream, The Philoctetes Center, and the University College of London Video Collection.


Rehabilitation Therapy in Video

Streaming video resource for the study of occupational therapy, physical/physiotherapy, and speech-language pathology.


Locate Videos in the Library:

View a complete listing of films at the University of Chicago Library

You may refine the list by selecting limits such as format, topic, language, publication date, geographic region, location, or call number (most psychology films have BF or RC call numbers).

A guide to finding films (DVDs, videos, etc.) for your research (at the University of Chicago)