ProQuest/Alexander Street builds and curates comprehensive, multimedia resources to meet the educational, training and research needs for behavioral and mental health programs, including counseling, social work, clinical psychology, nursing and medical. Our award-winning content is presented on a multimedia platform that reflects integrated methods of teaching and research with access to clinical videos, documentaries, client narratives, psychotherapy transcripts, and reference works.
Curated to meet research and training needs in the ever-expanding area of Behavioral and Mental Health, our content features more than 400 practicing counseling, social work, psychology, and mental health nursing professionals. Users are ensured a broad base of theoretical perspectives, presenting conditions, and focus areas. In addition to acquiring materials from top partners in the field, Alexander Street’s Microtraining Associates imprint develops original and exclusive content, on topics from cognitive-behavioral therapy to neuroscience to cyberbullying.
The resources deliver access to valuable materials at a small fraction of the typical cost of physical acquisition.
A unique playlist tool and clip-making feature gives faculty and students the power to create, select, and share content aligned to course topics.
New materials are added regularly to keep users on the cutting edge of new developments, theories, and practices in the field.
Materials are hand selected from world renowned researchers, clinicians, and thought leaders, including Derald Wing Sue (Microaggressions), Scott Miller (feedback-informed treatment); John Winslade and Gerald Monk (narrative therapy); Janet E. Helms, (racial identity theory); Rita Chi-Ying Chung and Fred Bemak (social justice); and Samuel Gladding (family systems).
The content here is astonishingly deep, broad, and expert, as well as unique, and you are not going to find anything even remotely similar online... A highly effective tool that rates a strong ten. Enthusiastically recommended.Library Journal
A sophisticated but easy-to-use interface...[and a] unique resource for those interested in social work, clinical psychology, and psychiatric counseling. Summing Up: Highly recommended.Upper-division undergraduates through faculty and professionals.CHOICE
Best Niche Product...The materials in this category challenge traditionally buttoned-up scholarly expectations.Library Journal Reference
The content in this database is not only valuable, it is unique...Highly recommended to any academic institution that trains counselors, psychologists, or social workers.The Charleston Advisor