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Honouring Resistance: Program One
2005, 60 minutes

Program One: Honouring Resistance: A Workshop with Allan Wade. Allan Wade presents a response-based approach to therapy with victims and perpetrators of violence and examines the connection between violence and language. The response-based approach consists of practices that expose violence, clarify perpetrators’ responsibility, elucidate and honour victims’ resistance, and contest the blaming and pathologizing of victims.

Distributor: Dave Trimble and Associates

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Honouring Resistance: Program 2A and Program 2B
2005, 102 minutes

Program 2A: Honouring Resistance: A Response-Based Client Interview. In Program 2A, Allan Wade uses the response-based interview process with a client. Although the client is not a victim of extreme trauma or abuse, viewers witness a profound change in both the client’s self-image and of the specific memories of the event.

Program 2B: Interview Commentary, Client Reflections and Summary. In Program 2B, Allan Wade and the client comment on the underlying process of the preceding interview. Viewers learn the steps to response-based interviewing while hearing the client’s feedback about this respectful and collaborative approach

Distributor: Dave Trimble and Associates

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Killing Us Softly IV
2010, 34 minutes

This film, an update to Killing us Softly, portrays a range of new print and television advertisements to illustrate a stunning pattern of damaging, unhealthy and unrealistic gender stereotypes.

Distributor: Kinetic Videos

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Pointing it Out
2007, 42 minutes

The video is about safety for people who have communication disabilities and who use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). AAC includes letter, word or picture boards and devices that speak out messages. Eight people who use AAC discuss their safety in the following seven contexts: Human rights, Relationships, Attendant services, Self-esteem and confidence, Communication, Access to community services, Safety tools and strategies. The DVD and booklet are intended to stimulate discussion and provide resources and direction on pertinent aspects of abuse prevention for people who use AAC.

Distributor: Augmentative Communication Community Partnerships Canada

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