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IC04 Professional Resources Day Workshop 15 - Spiritual Awakening: Ericksonian Response to Human Evil - Michele Ritterman, Ph.D.


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Topic Areas:
Workshops |  Family Therapy |  Politics |  Psychopharmacology |  Meditation, Spirituality and Yoga |  Therapist Development
Category:
Erickson Congress 2004 |  Erickson Congress
Faculty:
Michele Ritterman
Duration:
2:03:14
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Audio Only
Original Program Date:
Dec 01, 2004
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This workshop addresses everything from cruelty in families, to terrorism in politics and the abuse of psychopharmacology and managed care. It offers a higher order resolution method to all levels of human conflict and a model of human dignity.

Educational Objectives:

  1. To describe two Ericksonian methods for the resolution of conflict.
  2. To describe an Ericksonian model of human dignity.

*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*

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Michele Ritterman, PhD, is recognized as the Mother of the integration of hypnosis and family therapy, in her classic text: Using Hypnosis in Family Therapy (1982). One of Erickson’s leading students, she originated the concept of the symptom as a trance state that is suggested by people and social structures. From this basic concept that Erickson himself admired, she framed therapy as the production of COUNTER-INDUCTIONS, hypnotic SEQUENCES that impact the symptom trance. Her latest book The Tao of a Woman (2009) is a tool for us to carry with us to move from the symptom trance to the healing stance. Her book in progress is From Trance to Stance.


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