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by Betty Alice Erickson,M.S. (Editor),Bradford Keeney,Ph.D. (Editor),Photos courtesy of of Erickson family

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Author: Betty Alice Erickson,M.S. (Editor),Bradford Keeney,Ph.D. (Editor),Photos courtesy of of Erickson family
ISBN: 0966650980
ISBN13: 978-0966650983
Language: English
Publisher: Ringing Rocks Press; 1st edition (April 1, 2006)
Pages: 364
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ePub eBook: 1790 kb
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The Spirit of Milton Erickson lives in this book by his family and colleagues

The Spirit of Milton Erickson lives in this book by his family and colleagues. I love the humanity of this book, its subject, and its authors. Milton H Erickson is well known as the inspiration for the Milton Model of communication in NLP which shows how you can use artfully vague and trance forming words, to effect lasting behavior change. MHE, also loved the details, and would ask his children for very detailed feedback on their adventures, including how they felt, body sensations, etc.

ISBN-13: 978-0918172556. The section containing Erickson's diary during his summer river trip as a young man is worth the price of the book alone: what a revealing view into Erickson's process, values and character. Erickson Brief Therapy is so much more about the presence of Erickson in witnessing where the client was at and "offering the client a big pile of love" as daughter Betty Alice described it at a recent conference that sparked what he said and did with a client.

Along with Bradford Keeney, Betty Alice wrote Milton H. Erickson, An American Healer (2006), and additionally . Milton H. Erickson’s increasing shift to less directive hypnotic techniques as illustrated by work with family members, in Views on Ericksonian brief therapy: process and action. Erickson, An American Healer (2006), and additionally co-authored Hope and Resiliency (2016) with Dan Short. Lankton, . Gilligan, . & Zeig, . eds). Brunner/Mazel Publishers, New York.

Milton H. Erickson, . Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Milton H. An American Healer as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. While many books focus so much on Dr Erickson's hypnosis work, this is mostly him told by the people who knew him best. His story is remarkable and so well written. I felt like I met him and his biography reminds me so much of my own history that I wonder if somehow he has been influencing me throughout my life even though he has been gone since before I was born.

by Betty Alice Erickson, . Coauthors & Alternates. Betty Alice Erickson. ISBN 9780966650983 (978-666509-8-3) Softcover, Ringing Rocks Press, 2006. Find signed collectible books: 'Milton H. An American Healer: Milton H. An American Healer: ISBN 9780966650983 (978-666509-8-3) Softcover, Ringing Rocks Press, 2006.

Publisher : Crown House Publishing.

Milton H Erickson : An American Healer. Bradford Keeney, PhD, is the former director of several family therapy doctoral programs.

Betty Alice Erickson; Bradford P Keeney.

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Conversations With Milton H. Milton Hyland Erickson ( 1901-1980) was an American psychiatrist specializing in medical hypnosis and family therapy 4. 0 (Erickson, Milton . Psychotherapy).

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Arguably the most revered psychotherapist of all time, Milton H. Erickson, M.D. inspired the origin of numerous schools of therapy, including brief and strategic therapy, much of family therapy, and the contemporary renaissance of clinical hypnosis. Erickson's life story, told from the perspective of three of his children, is a remarkable spiritual journey. As a part of his life-long struggle to overcome the physical effects of polio, Erickson acquired prodigious observational and interactional skills, as well as a powerfully calm healing presence. With photographs, stories, and a DVD of his clinical work, this book brings to light the quiet spirituality of an extraordinary healer.
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Barit
Family members and people close to MHE wrote this book.

It's about about their personal experiences, and the meaning and influence of those experiences, as well as stories about Erickson. This book is more about who he was than how he did what he did.

If you're like me, the further you get into this book, the more you might realise that Erickson was not as perfect as you might think. That's a good thing to know, to have a balanced perspective.

Milton H Erickson is well known as the inspiration for the Milton Model of communication in NLP which shows how you can use artfully vague and trance forming words, to effect lasting behavior change.

MHE, also loved the details, and would ask his children for very detailed feedback on their adventures, including how they felt, body sensations, etc. There is far more to his strategies than mere language, there is connection with people, rapport, delivery, sensory acuity, body language, noticing the most minor details.

Indeed, there is a principle known as entrainment, and with what we are now learning about mirror neurons seems to be something Erickson used intuitively. For example he would use his daughter as a trance subject to demonstrate hypnosis to patients. What implies trance causes trance, and so the non subject could find himself going into trance.

As you read this you may learn many things about his personal philosophy in treatment, the importance of tasking for patients.

I loved the collection of letters between he and his 2 year old granddaughter. The perceptual switching, having the mother write from the baby's perspective, must have produced great insights for the mother.

Steve Gilligan's contribution, I found particularly excellent, using the archetype of the wounded healer, sharing his own wounded journey, and how he was transformed by Erickson. What you may not know, is that Erickson had polio for almost all his adult life, had a near death experience when he was seventeen, had polio, was dyslexic, tone deaf and color blind (he could only see the color purple).

Nevertheless, he trance ended his physical limitations, and his contribution to psychology and healing is enormous, and with the passing years his legacy continues to grow.

I highly recommend this book, although do not buy it for the dvd. Mine had no audio,when I played it in dvd player. however, it did work when I played it on my computer. There is a transcript of the audio in the book, and as I write, it is possible to watch this on video.google.

Other books I recommend about Erickson are My Voice Will Go with You: The Teaching Tales of Milton H. Erickson by Sidney Rosen, which is about his teaching tales, and Therapeutic Metaphors: Helping Others Through the Looking Glass by David Gordon.

I hope this was helpful. UPDATE. Since I wrote this review, I have been able to get the dvd to work on my computer. As I recall I downloaded vlc, and adjusted the codecs, and got it to work fine.
Winasana
A very good book with a plus on DVD, a rare MHE film demostrating an induction!.Very touching.Good price.
My only complaint is about an erroneous fact: The first Milton H. Erickson
Institute in Mexico was founded in the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco in 1982 by the eminent Ericksonian therapist Ricardo Figueroa-Quiroga and the group in Mexico City was not the first Ericksonian Institute. The true pioneers in Ericksonian hypnosis were the group that bring Dr. Erickson to México City in the 50s of the past century.Most of them are still alive.
This mistake could be fixed on time but the person which could fix this error allow it.
I am resentful of this deliberate "mistake".I think the Erickson's family were cheated.

Luis David Guzman-Moreno, MD,PhD President of the Milton H. Erickson Institute of San Luis Potosi,Mexico.
Cobandis
I loved this book. It was rich and warm as his family told stories of their life with MHE. What amazing insight. MHE was so far ahead of his time. I would love to have studied with him.
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