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Symptoms as Tactics in Human Relationships
How Hypnotist and Subject Maneuver Each Other
Techniques of Directive Therapy
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accept analyst anxiety appear asked attempt avoid become bedwetting behave differently brief therapy child coalition complementary relationship conflict context continue couple deal defining the relationship denial deny described directive discussion distress emphasize encouraging Erickson example family members family therapy feel follow framework Freud gain control Gregory Bateson havior helpless husband hypnosis hypnotic hypnotist ideas incongruent indicates induce initiate insists interaction interpersonal intrapsychic involuntary Jones kind of relationship labeled maneuver marital Marriage Therapy married couple ment methods mother nondirective occur Oedipal conflict one-down one-up parents particular patient person ploys point of view posed problem procedure provoke psychiatric psychoanalysis psychopathology psychotherapy psychotic qualify request resistance respond rules schizophrenic shift Sigmund Freud Similarly situation spouse statement struggle suggestion symmetrical symptom symptomatic behavior tactics talk techniques tell theory thera therapeutic change therapist thereby tient tion treatment type of relationship typical usually wife woman