In the conversations in this volume, Dr. Erickson expresses his basic ideas about the theory and practice of therapy. He was what Jay Haley called the first strategic therapist—even “the first therapist, since he was the first major clinician to concentrate on how to change people.”
The interviews that make up this volume share Dr. Erickson’s methods of dealing with whole families, and his therapy of children. Taken from recorded conversations by Jay Haley and John Weakland from 1958 to 1961, they present the techniques and processes of a therapist who had already been pursuing methods of therapy the rest of the world had barely begun.
How we bring the environment into therapy. Dr. Cohen will describe techniques that consciously and unconsciously motivate patients to be active in their treatment and to understand why he utilizes certain methods. Attendees will share their experiences that resonate with Erickson’s life.
This recording demonstrates Dr. Erickson's innovative combination of hypnotic and psychotherapeutic techniques in English with a French transcript. Cette vidéo comporte une séance de thérapie avec deux clients: Monde et Nick. Monde est un 32 ans, les femmes qui se marient avec trois enfants. Monde a eu trois séances de thérapie avec le Dr Erickson et a été exposé à l'hypnose dans les sessions antérieures. Monde est de voir le Dr Erickson parce qu'elle est un sentiment d'insécurité sur elle-même en tant que personne, mère et épouse.
Milton H. Erickson Lives! is a book that was a lifetime in the making. Both the author and the Foundation Press had hoped to launch the book at the 11th Erickson Congress, a presentation that would have that been most fitting. It almost came together. I had the privilege of reading an early draft of this work. It is the story of how Peter Nemetschek was affected by participation in training workshops taught by Milton. H. Erickson in the late 1970’s.