Creative Choice in Hypnosis
Volume IV takes the reader on a journey that recaptures his evolution of the therapeutic double bind: from a technique based on an authoritarian concept of 'illusory choice', to a modern vision of the double bind as a 'free choice among comparable alternatives'.
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