En la segunda parte de un seminario de enseñanza con Milton Erickson, será testigo de cómo Erickson observó y utilizó cuidadosamente los comportamientos no verbales de un estudiante para desarrollar una experiencia de trance utilizando la levitación del brazo mientras interactúa simultáneamente para enseñar a otros estudiantes. Verá cómo el Dr. Erickson utilizó estratégicamente los fenómenos hipnóticos.
En la tercera parte de un seminario de enseñanza con Milton Erickson, continuamos el desarrollo de la experiencia de trance en la asignatura primaria. Encontrará el método de enseñanza experiencial por el que Erickson era famoso.
Viktor Frankl (1990) shares his experiences living in a WW-II concentration camp. He teaches the importance of creating meaning in one’s life and the application of ethics in daily choices. He emphasizes the importance of reconciliation in contrast to collective guilt and the importance of finding meaningful responses to all forms of tragedy.
William Glasser (2000) uses role-play with Marie who is simulating Paul, a male client from her place of employment. Paul has marriage problems. Marie, as Paul, is asked to role-play his wife. Glasser highlights choices, examines the client’s thinking, and focuses on responsible behavior. After the demonstration Glasser explains his work.
William Glasser (1995) demonstrates with a simulated client who is in an emotionally abusive relationship. This client is depressed and unhappy with her life. The goal of the first session is to focus on a behavioral change that can be accomplished as a first step. Glasser concludes with an explanation of the demonstration and of control theory.
Zerka Moreno (1985) explains the importance of role reversal. She demonstrates with Lori who discusses concerns related to her marriage. She examines her relationship with her father. Lori is asked to create a family structure using members from the audience. Moreno ends by sharing information about her own experiences in Psychodrama.