The rule for video citation is 7.07, and is found on page 209 of the Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th edition, paperback).
Producer, A. A. (Producer), & Director, B. B. (Director). (Year). Title of motion picture: Sentence style capitalization [Video format]. Country of Origin: Studio.
For other types of video, the responsible party might be a company of an individual.
Types of video format include motion picture, DVD, VHS, Television series episode, video file, etc.
Here's a sample from the Films on Demand database:
National Geographic. (2006). World's most dangerous drug. [Video file]. Retrieved from https://login.databases.wtamu.edu/login?url=http://digital.films.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?aid=28746&xtid=40866
Note: these do not demonstrate the hanging indent and double spacing that would be required on a References page.
Films on Demand contains thousands of videos from producers such as BBC, National Geographic, PBS, and other highly respected producers. Options to find videos include:
There is a link for the entire video, as well as links to each segment of a video. These can be used in your citation.
Psychotherapy.net contains videos related specifically to the counseling process. They may be interviews with theorists or practitioners, or video of counseling sessions. Options to find videos include:
The linking url from this database does NOT contain the information for off-campus access. You will need to add the string https://login.databases.wtamu.edu/login?url= to the front of the string provided by the database.
The library also has a small collection of DVDs. You can find them by searching the catalog, adding the word videorecording to your keyword(s).
Finally, you may search our Discover search: