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Creative Choice in Hypnosis: Seminars, Workshops and Lectures Part 4 | The Collected Works of Milton H. Erickson, Volume 16 | Hardcover
Erickson, Milton H. | Edited by Ernest Lawrence Rossi, PhD, Roxanna Erickson Klien, PhD and Kathryn Lane Rossi, PhD
Milton H. Erickson Foundation Press / Hardcover / 2014-01-01 / 1932248455
Ericksonian Psychotherapy
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285 pages
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More than any other individual, Milton Erickson has been responsible for shaping the modern view of hypnosis. This volume explores some important questions through a presentation, never before published, of Erickson’s own hypnotic workshops and demonstrations: is hypnosis a process of manipulation or facilitation? does the hypnotherapist control people? does the hypnotherapist simply give people permission to heal themselves? The authoritarian-permissive paradox of hypnotherapy is most evident in Erickson’s use of the double bind. Volume IV takes the reader on a journey that recaptures his evolution of the therapeutic double bind: from a technique based on an authoritarian concept of ‘illusory choice’, to a modern vision of the double bind as a ‘free choice among comparable alternatives’. This new vision represents a profound shift in attitude: creative choice, not control or manipulation, as the inherent agent of healing in psychotherapy.

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