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Octavo, hardcover, VG in fair, somewhat edgeworn white dj. Foreword by Andre M. Weitzenhoffer. a verbatim transcript of Dr. Erickson's induction of clinical hypnosis and his approaches to trance training. It provides students and professionals with clear examples of the evolution of clinical hypnotic phenomena. Two major innovations in this volume are the utilization theory of hypnosis and indirect forms of suggestion....Each chapter includes an essay by Ernst Rossi which clarifies and elaborates on the relevant issues of Dr Erickson's work just illustrated. In these essays. 326 pp. including index.
This book is a simple synposis of many of Erickson's psychotherapy techniques utilizing hypnosis and with the tapes as a supplement it provides examples of Erickson utilizing these techniques. As a person who has studied Erickson's collected works over decades, I found this book a delight to read as well as both useful and informative. It is a simple beginning place for someone beginning or a wonderful adjunct to someone already somewhat familiar with the larger body of work. On the audio cassette it also provides an interesting example of Rossi's work during this period.
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