Advanced Techniques of Hypnosis and Therapy: Selected Papers of Milton H. Erickson, M.D.
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In these essays Dr. Rossi analyzes Dr. Erickson's approach in order to uncover some of the basic variables that can be isolated and tested by future experimental work A number of graduated exercises are offered as a guide to aid hypnotherapists to develop their own skills in the clinical arts of observation, hypnotic induction, and the formulation of indirect suggestion Healing in hypnosis by Milton H Erickson Book 29 editions published between and in English and French and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Teaching seminar with Milton H. Hypnotherapy, an exploratory casebook by Milton H Erickson Book 10 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
The February man : evolving consciousness and identity in hypnotherapy by Milton H Erickson Book 30 editions published between and in 6 languages and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide This book is a fascinating case study that illustrates the use of multiple levels of consciousness and meaning to access and therapeutically reframe traumatic memories that were the source of very severe phobias and depression.
A rare record of Erickson's pioneering genius in facilitating the evolution of new patterns of consciousness and identity in a patient. Advanced techniques of hypnosis and therapy; selected papers of Milton H. Erickson by Milton H Erickson Book 16 editions published between and in English and Undetermined and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. The nature of hypnosis and suggestion by Milton H Erickson Book 12 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Experiencing Erickson : an introduction to the man and his work by Jeffrey K Zeig Book 5 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Innovative hypnotherapy by Milton H Erickson Book 20 editions published between and in 3 languages and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Hypnotic investigation of psychodynamic processes by Milton H Erickson Book 11 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Enchantment and intervention in family therapy : training in Ericksonian approaches by Stephen R Lankton Book 6 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide Presents a body of teachings taken virtually verbatim from five different workshops given by Carol and Stephen Lankton.
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Erickson is also color blind, and this too became an asset when he experimented with producing color blindness with hypnosis. Experimenter bias was avoided. Then they were immediately shown white sheets of paper and hallucinated the after-image, this being the complementary color.
Holding up the white sheets was Dr.
Erickson who could not visualize the colors whether awake or in trance. The one color he can enjoy is purple. Although it might not always be an appropriate color, he manages to surround himself with it whenever he can. He wears purple ties and sport shirts, his pajamas are purple, and the bathroom in his house has purple walls.
Erickson likes to describe therapy as a way of helping patients extend their limits and he has spent his own life doing that.
In when he was stricken with polio he was informed that he would never again be able to walk. After spending many hours concentrating on achieving a flicker of movement in the muscles of his legs, he was up on crutches within a year. He even managed to obtain and hold a sitting-down job in a cannery to help finance his way into the University of Wisconsin.
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After his first year at the university, he was advised by his physician to spend his summer vacation getting a great deal of exercise in the sunshine without using his legs. Deciding that a canoe trip would provide the appropriate exercise, Erickson set out in June in a foot canoe, wearing a bathing suit, a pair of overalls, and a knotted handkerchief on his head for a hat. He did not have the strength in his legs to pull his canoe out of the water and he could swim only a few feet.
His supplies for his summer's voyage consisted of a small sack of beans, another of rice, and a few cooking utensils. With these provisions, he spent from June until September traveling through the lakes of Madison, down the Yahara river, down the Rock river, into the Mississippi and on down to a few miles above St. Louis, then back up the Illinois river, through the Hennepin Canal to the Rock river and so to Madison. He foraged for his food along the way by eating what fish he could catch, finding edible plants on the river banks when he camped at night, and harvesting crops from the Mississippi.
These crops consisted of the bushels of peelings the cooks on the river steamers threw overboard.
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Among them, there were always a few whole potatoes or apples thrown out by mistake. By the end of the summer, he had traveled a distance of 1, miles with almost no supplies or money, without sufficient strength in his legs to carry his canoe over the dams which blocked his way, and so physically weak when he began that he could hardly paddle a few miles downstream without getting overtired.
The journey was even more complicated for Erickson than it would have been for anyone else, He was the kind of young man who refused to ask assistance of anyone.
That is, he refused to ask directly, but he enjoyed arranging the situation so that people would "spontaneously" do things for him. In telling about his canoe trip, he said, "I would paddle within hailing distance of a fishing boat. Since I tanned very deeply and wore that knotted handkerchief on my head, the fishermen would get curious and hail me to ask a few questions.
I would tell them I was a pre-med student at the University of Wisconsin canoeing for my health. They would ask how the fishing was, I would reply that the day was yet young.
Advanced Techniques of Hypnosis and Therapy: Selected Papers of Milton H. Erickson, M.D.
Invariably they gave me fish at the end of the conversation, though I never asked for any. Usually they tried to give me catfish, but I always refused them. Catfish were much too expensive and they were making their livings fishing. When I refused the catfish they would give me double or three times the amount of Mississippi perch. Although he could not carry his canoe over a dam, Dr. Erickson would never ask for assistance.
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He says, "I would shinny up one of the poles that are always around dams. Soon people would gather and look up curiously at me sitting up there reading a German book I brought with me in preparation for my medical studies. Finally someone would ask me what on earth I was doing up on that pole. I would look up from my book and say that I was waiting to get my canoe carried over the dam.
This always meant volunteer service. With an occasional day's work along the river, and volunteer service, Erickson completed his summer of canoeing, extending his limits by putting himself in good physical shape.
When he returned, his chest measurement had increased six inches, he could swim a mile, and he could paddle upstream against a four-mile current from dawn to dark. He could also carry his own canoe over a dam. Years later, in , Dr. Erickson suffered a rare medical occurrence when he was stricken with another strain of polio.
This attack markedly affected his right arm and side. Within a year he had made one of the more difficult hikes in the mountains of Arizona with the use of two canes. Erickson left Eloise and settled in Phoenix, largely for his health. His private practice is conducted in a unique setting. The office in which he sees patients is in his home, a small three-bedroom brick house in a pleasant neighborhood.