The Legacy of Milton H. Erickson: Selected Papers of Stephen Gilligan
Milton H. Erickson, Stephen G. Gilligan
Zeig Tucker & Theisen Publishers, 2002 - Medical - 346 pages
Psychologist Gilligan reprints 16 papers relating to his study under Erickson, and his own development of Erickson's hypnosis and other approaches. They are arranged generally chronologically to represent his gradual shift from a technical, more hierarchical position to a more rational one, and the
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Ericksonian Approaches to Clinical Hypnosis
Symptom Phenomena as Trance Phenomena
Generative Autonomy Principles for
Coevolution of Primary Process in Brief Therapy
The Fight Against Fundamentalism Searching
Accessing Unconscious Processes
The Therapist as Variety Generator Developing
Solutions and Resolutions Ericksonian
Living in a PostEricksonian World
A River Runs Through It The Relational Self in Psychotherapy
The Relational Self The Expanding of Love Beyond Desire
The Problem is the Solution The Principle of Sponsorship in Psychotherapy
The Experience of Negative Otherness How Shall We Treat Our Enemies?
EMDR and Hypnosis The Same or Different?
Age Regression Stephen Gilligan and Paul Carter
Therapeutic Rituals Passages into New Identities
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