A Tribute to Elizabeth Moore Erickson: Colleague Extraordinaire, Wife,
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A Tribute to Elizabeth Moore Erickson: Colleague Extraordinaire, Wife, Mother and Companion


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Author :
Marilia Baker
Copyright:
Jan 01, 2004
Publisher:
The Milton H. Erickson Foundation Press
ISBN10:
9686513221
ISBN13:
978-9686513226
Number of Pages:
181
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This portrait of Milton Erickson’s wife reveals her unique contributions to his work, as well as her own productive life. The author follows the tapestry of Elizabeth’s life, beginning with childhood, the circus, and the first moment of courtship, when Milton spotted Elizabeth as he looked out the window. Then and there he declared with certainty that he was going to marry her! The chapters interweave Elizabeth’s varied roles, as psychology student, author, editor, proofreader, hypnotic subject, wife, hostess and mother. She worked alongside her husband at the dining room table to help produce the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis and facilitate the comfort of many patients who Dr. Erickson treated in their living room. Includes a special family photo album, a foreword by Roxanna Erickson-Klein and Betty Alice Erickson, and a collection of articles by Elizabeth Moore Erickson.

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Marilia Baker, MSW, is a multicultural, multilingual Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist based in Scottsdale, Arizona. She is a Board member of the Phoenix Institute of Ericksonian Therapy; member of the Advisory Board for Phoenix Friends of C.G.Jung; International Advisor and Consultant, Centro Ericksoniano de México, and Institutes Editor for the Milton H. Erickson Foundation Newsletter. She conducts presentations and workshops locally and internationally. Ms. Baker is the author of A Tribute to Elizabeth Moore Erickson: Colleague Extraordinaire, Wife, Mother, and Companion, also published in Spanish, Portuguese, and French.


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