Tenth volume of Erickson's Collected Works includes an updated essay—“What is a Suggestion? The Neuroscience of Implicit Processing Heuristics in Therapeutic Hypnosis and Psychotherapy” By Ernest L. Rossi and Kathryn L. Rossi
At the turn of the last century, the pioneers and new radicals of psychotherapy gathered for a meeting that has become legendary for its size and scope: The Evolution of Psychotherapy Conference 2000. Twenty-four extensive and illuminating articles capture the contributions of Beck, Bugenthal, Glasser, Goulding, Haley, Hillman, Huxley, Kernberg, Lazarus, Madanes, Marmor, Masterson, Meichenbaum, Polster, Szasz, Watzlawick, White, and more.
On sale now is a masterful compilation of 40 principles and practices in Ericksonian psychotherapy. Compiled by Doctors Brent Geary and Jeffrey Zeig, the strong voices of the Barrettas, the Erickson Sisters, the Lanktons and many more outline the effectiveness of Ericksonian interventions. This book is an easy-to-navigate index of key concepts, complete with real world examples of what those concepts look like when put to work. From pain management to trauma resolution, every topic of Erickson's psychotherapy approach is neatly laid out for you. It won't take more than a moment for you to find a principle or practice to share with your patients and empower the therapeutic relationship.
Offering an entirely new fundamental model of hypnosis from an Ericksonian perspective, this book is valuable to the beginning and intermediate practitioner who wants to add hypnotherapy into clinical practice. It provides a comprehensive genealogy (an Ericksonian family tree), testimony to Dr. Erickson’s significant influence; deconstructs the key concepts of hypnosis; presents real-life cases, dispels myths; and demystifies the process of eliciting trance.