Dr. Cohen can be reached at:

email drjoshcohen@filmandvideobasedtherapy.com phone 213-267-2416 Facebook Josh Cohen https://www.facebook.com/JoshuaLCohenPhd LinkedIn Joshua L. Cohen Ph.d. Media Psychologist twitter @drjoshcohen Google Plus Dr Joshua L Cohen

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Both Your Digital Storytelling Project LLC and Media Psychology Consultants are currently in the process of becoming

1) a non profit

2)a certified benefit corporation

The process for both take awhile and Dr. Cohen is busy studying for licensure.

In the interim period…

Dr Cohen is also on staff at the Kolnoam Video Therapy School in Israel where he recently did a video conferencing lecture in Haifa.

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Again Dr. Cohen can be reached at

Josh Cohen Ph.D.

phone

213-267-2416

email

drjoshcohen@filmandvideobasedtherapy.com

Facebook Josh Cohen https://www.facebook.com/JoshuaLCohenPhd

LinkedIn Joshua L. Cohen Ph.d.Media Psychologist

twitter @drjoshcohen

Google Plus Dr Joshua L Cohen
Founder and Owner of Your Digital Storytelling Project

http://www.yourdigitalstorytellingproject.com/
Author and co-editor of 
Video and Filmmaking as Psychotherapy:Research and Practice

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nlmcatalog/101641447


 

Dr. Cohen and his colleagues, have presented this information at conferences in the US and Canada, as well as hospital settings with has reached almost 100 libraries across the world. To hire Dr. Cohen for Coaching, pubic speaking or consulting, please wait to contact him for these services until he completes his licensing exams. To contact him for thereapeutic advertising services now please call or email at 213-267-2416 this is a google voice. Any texts or voicemail will also go to the following  email drjoshcohen@filmandvideobasedtherapy.com Please contact Dr. Cohen to to see how he might help you with advertising.

 

 

 

 

 

Your Digital Storytelling Project

 

Dr. Cohen is a clinically prepared researcher, author, public speaker,  and a student of  somatic experiencing. To learn more about therapeutic advertising, public speaking events, or private consultations, please contact him at 213-267-2416 or drjoshcohen@filmandvideobasedtherapy.com

The Book

I'm honored to announce that a I was recently featured on a radio show.    In this radio interview, I discuss the book's collective research results from Video and Filmmaking as Psychotherapy:Research and Practice, now on Amazon in Paperback form. I also talk about my clinical experience with the veteran and active duty population as it relates to the research as well as future work with Virtual Reality. Ben co authored a chapter based on his work with an Israeli clinical psychologist who specializes in trauma.  Benjamin Patton then has a chance to discuss his I was There Non Profit Organization

I'm honored to announce that a I was recently featured on a radio show.

In this radio interview, I discuss the book's collective research results from Video and Filmmaking as Psychotherapy:Research and Practice, now on Amazon in Paperback form. I also talk about my clinical experience with the veteran and active duty population as it relates to the research as well as future work with Virtual Reality. Ben co authored a chapter based on his work with an Israeli clinical psychologist who specializes in trauma.

Benjamin Patton then has a chance to discuss his I was There Non Profit Organization

Work with Trauma and Digital Storytelling/Therapeutic Filmmaking

In this radio interview, (around memorial day)

 

 

I discuss the collective book research results from the acadenic reference book Video and Filmmaking as Psychotherapy:Research and Practice, (now researched with and cited in a clinical trial in the Frontiers in Psychology study from October 2018 https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01954/full https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01954)


I also discuss Your Digital Storytelling Project as well as my clinical experience with addictions, PTSD, and now Virtual reality as they apply to the veteran and active duty population. Benjamin Patton then has a chance to discuss his I was There Non Profit Program.

"As this Memorial Day approaches we will talk with the grandson of one of America’s most famous Generals. This week on Friends Talking Faith with The Three Wise Guys we’ll discuss faith, combat veterans with PTSD, and therapy that’s really working. “I WAS THERE film workshop” is the program of the Patton Veterans Project. We will talk with the Executive Director, Mr. Benjamin Patton – he’s the grandson of Gen. George Patton. His mission is not on the battlefield but in the film studio where he seeks to combine the therapeutic value of narrative with the power of digital media to help veterans and military families heal from post traumatic and other service-related stress. We will also talk with Dr. Joshua Cohen about his research regarding this unique form of therapy and emotional healing. Our conversation – as Memorial Day approaches – with Mr. Benjamin Patton (pictured here) and Dr. Joshua Cohen about “therapy through film-making.” — listen now to this episode of Friends Talking Faith.

Work with Trauma and Virtual Reality

Post Traumatic Stress, EMDR, Virtual Reality, and Digital Storytelling and narrative

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Other press about the book

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Trauma and bipolar disorder

Webinars and lectures

Dr. Cohen does live presentations on his Book Video and Filmmaking as Psychotherapy:Research and Practice. To hire Dr. Cohen for a presentation today, please contact him at 213-814-4797 or email drjoshcohen@filmandvideobasedtherapy.com 

continuing education credit through Soverign Health visit www.sovinstitute.com.



 

Dr. Cohen was a guest lecturer at USC on for the following course where his work is being taught as required material

Social Work 687

Section #60668R

 

Media in Social Work:

Documentary Filmmaking as a Praxis for Social Justice

 

3 Units

“A country without documentaries is like a family without a photo album.” ― Chilean documentary filmmaker Patricio Guzman

 

Spring 2016

 

Instructor:

Prof. Rafael Angulo, Clinical Professor