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Your account allows you to access and print all of the MOHO and IRM instructional manuals, assessments, and videos for use with an unlimited number of clients with no time constraints or contracts.
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The IRM Video Series includes videos delivered via an unlisted YouTube link along with timestamped, transcribed handouts for each corresponding video purchased. Video content and handouts developed by Evguenia Popova, PhD, OTR/L and Renee Taylor, PhD through the IRM Clearinghouse include an introduction and overview to IRM, interpersonal characteristics, interpersonal events, therapeutic communication, responding to strong emotions, responding to challenging behaviors, and interpersonal reasoning process in addition to case study application scenarios. Videos and corresponding handouts are available for purchase individually or collectively as a bundle package.
This video introduces the concept of therapeutic use of self as it is defined by the Intentional Relationship Model (otherwise known as the IRM). The IRM was designed to increase knowledge and awareness of the process and components of “therapeutic use of self” by providing evidence-based strategies for establishing a therapeutic relationship.
This video reviews therapeutic use of self as it is defined by the Intentional Relationship Model. Therapeutic communication is an important component of therapeutic use of self. Research indicates that therapeutic communication contributes to development of strong relationships, increased engagement and participation, and better outcomes. While we know that good communication is an essential comp...
This video reviews interpersonal characteristics as defined by the Intentional Relationship Model and explores the twelve different interpersonal characteristics and examine ways in which these interpersonal characteristics can present themselves in everyday situations.
This video explores the inevitable interpersonal events that you might experience as you interact with others in everyday life. Inevitable interpersonal events are naturally occurring communications, reactions, or behaviors that may happen between two people. This will facilitate therapists to be prepared to handle these situations in the most intentional and therapeutic manner possible.
This video explores the 6 therapeutic communication modes as defined by the Intentional Relationship Model. In this video, each mode will be addressed for use in an everyday interaction, and then apple what is learned in a case scenario.
There is no single approach to responding to any interpersonal even, emotion, or behavior, and the recommendations made in this video should be treated as suggestions to help the individual think more critically and flexibly when facing a similar event in your daily life. This video reviews three different people and see how one might respond to their expression of strong emotion: anxiety, anger, ...
In this video, we’re going to talk about interpersonal strategies for responding to behaviors that you might experience as difficult in your everyday life. It is important to remember that there is no single approach to responding to any interpersonal event or behavior, and the recommendations provided in this video should be treated as suggestions to help you think more critically and flexibly ab...
This video reviews the interpersonal reasoning process as defined by the Intentional Relationship Model. To support our ability to remain mindful, empathic, self-aware, and intentional, we can employ the interpersonal reasoning process to guide our therapeutic mode use in everyday interactions with others.
This package contains all 8 IRM video products: Introduction to IRM Overview, Introduction to IRM, Interpersonal Characteristics, Interpersonal Events, Therapeutic Communication Modes, Responding to Strong Emotions, Responding to Challenging Behaviors, and Interpersonal Reasoning Process.
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