The Letters of Milton H. Erickson
In these letters there are aspects of Erickson's life that have never before been revealed publicly. Readers are privy to Erickson, the man in a way that provides new insights into his awesome power as a clinician a researcher a theorist and on individual. Readers will also meet the luminaries with whom Erickson interacted, both in the field of psychiatry and in related disciplines.
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Gregory Bateson Jay Haley John Weakland
Lewis Wolberg Lawrence Kubie
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