This compilation features (3) three films about the importance of psychiatric treatment and therapy. These films stress preventative mental health treatment as effective tool for managing emotions.
Length: 30 Minutes
This is a well-made, touching film about a woman new to the practice of nursing who begins to understand how important a role psychology plays in here day-to-day work life
Length: 30 Minutes
Angry Boy is a beautiful dramatic film about the psychological discord in a 1950s family and its effects on a young boy. Tommy is an adorable 10 year old, full of youthful potential. But this film is not a cheesy, overly rosy postwar WWII movie, and heres why: Tommy, loveable and perfect though he is, is a thief. Instead of condemning him, this special film takes the approach of counseling and therapy for not just Tommy, but his entire family. The roots of this familys pain run deep – and they are slowly unearthed through diligent efforts by the Tommy, his parents, and their therapist. In addition to being an uncharacteristically sensitive and touching movie, Angry Boy was produced with an artistic flair: stirring music, deft direction, and vividly portrayed emotional. This film soars to lofty heights and treats a tender subject with the grace and courage it deserves.
Preventative Psychiatry in the Navy
Length: 16 Minutes
Working together is the key to survival in the US Navy. Preventive Psychiatry in the Navy is devoted to giving life-saving advice for all American men who serve in the military. Skill, training, and experience are all necessary fortes for naval officers and soldiers. The young men’s work is compared to able machinery. Their wants and needs are looked at as emotions that drive the human machine. In this way men are encouraged to be as efficient and as competent as can be when serving their country, but not ignoring what it is they want in life. The phrase, getting the job done, is used over and over, invigorating the men to work hard, and work together.