New Databases! & SAGE Videos

The Fulton Library is excited to introduce new databases featuring counseling and psychotherapy streaming videos! All UVU students and employees can use these resources using their UVID and password, but the databases are particularly beneficial for students and faculty in UVU’s graduate programs for Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapy, Master of Social Work, and our Behavioral Science Department undergraduate programs. logo This brand-new database includes more than 300 counseling and psychotherapy videos you can watch online. Videos can easily be browsed by therapeutic issue (e.g., addiction, anxiety, relationships), approach (e.g., cognitive-behavioral therapy, Gestalt), expert’s name, and population. says: “We at believe that great therapists never stop learning. And one of the most effective ways to learn is to watch master therapists actually conducting psychotherapy. We make it possible for you to do just that.”


SAGE Video: Counseling & Psychotherapy Collection: Another brand-new database featuring a collection of more than 450 counseling and psychotherapy videos. Videos include tutorials, interviews, and demonstrations related to counseling theories and approaches, counseling skills, counseling settings/client groups, research methods, and professional issues. Please note that our subscription to SAGE Video only includes the Counseling & Psychotherapy Collection—selecting other disciplines within the database will display zero videos.


Academic Video Online (AVON): While this is not a new database, it’s another fantastic library resource for watching counseling videos online. This database includes videos on a wide variety of topics. Click the filter icon on the database homepage and select Counseling Session under Content Type. You’ll then see more than 400 streaming videos related to counseling and psychotherapy sessions.


All these databases can be found on our A-Z databases list, accessible from the library's homepage.

For assistance using these resources or for faculty assistance adding videos to Canvas courses, please contact Behavioral Science Librarian Emily Bullough or Electronic Reserves Specialist Alan Stephens.