Answered By: Chris Clouser
Last Updated: Dec 10, 2014     Views: 60

You are correct. We do not have any videos dealing the the Coping Cat program in our collection. I used a resource called WorldCat, which is a world-wide catalog of material, to see what might exist. I can only find two published videos that deal with the program. Both were authored by Philip C. Kendall and Michael W. Nelson and published by Workbook Publishing. The titles are: Managing Anxiety in Youth: The Coping Cat Video (50 minutes - ISBN 1888805277) The Coping Cat Therapist : Session by Session Guide (81 minutes - ISBN 1888805307) You should try requesting the videos through our ILLIAD Interlibrary Loan system. Unfortunately, the videos are not widely available at any library, so we may not be able to find a lender for them. If you would want to purchase the videos, you can find them at the publisher's web site : To use ILLIAD to request the videos, go to the Library Home Page (, click on "Books and More" and then on the"ILLIAD (Interlibrary Loan)" link. This will take you to the login screen for ILLIAD. In order to make requests from ILLIAD, you need to be a registered user. If you don't already have a user name and password, just follow the "First Time Users" link on the login screen. This will take you to a page that explains the system and that has a "First Time Users Click Here" button at the bottom. Click that button to get the registration page. On the registration page, enter your contact information and specify your user ID and password and then click "Submit". You will then be immediately registered and taken to the main ILLIAD menu to begin requesting. On the main ILLAID page, you'll find choices to "Request a Photocopy" (used for articles or specific book chapters), "Request a Book" or "Request a Video". Select the appropriate form and fill in the request form with as much information as you can (the ISBN numbers will greatly expedite your search. Once you submit the form, our staff will find at library that owns the information and request that it be sent here for you to use. The average time for an ILLIAD request is about 3-6 working days. When the item arrives at IUP, you'll receive e-mail notification that it is available and you can pick it up here in the library. If we are unable to obtain it, you'll receive e-mail notification of that as well.

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