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Milton Model And Hypnotic Patterns by Milton Erickson
Milton Model Appendix II: Hypnotic Language Patterns. Milton Erickson used language very systematically in his hypnotic work, often in unusual ways. These patterns were first described by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in their book, Patterns of the Hypnotic Techniques of Milton H. Ericson,... >>More<<
My Voice Will Go With You The Teaching Tales Of Milton Erickson by Milton Erickson
Milton H. Erikson has been called the most influential hypnotherapist of our time. Closely related to his therapy was his use of "teaching tales." Calling upon shock, surprise, confusion--with generous use of questions, puns, and playful humor--he seeded suggestions indirectly and positively with... >>More<<
Milton Model Of Hypnosis by Milton Erickson
A small working paper describes the practical examples of using the Milton Model. >>More<<
Hypnotherapy An Exploratory Casebook by Milton Erickson
The present work is the second in a series of volumes by the authors that began with the publication of Hypnotic Realities (Irvington, 1976). Like that first volume, the present work is essentially the record of the senior author's efforts to train the junior author in the field of clinical... >>More<<
Milton Model Misc Notes by Milton Erickson
Notes of various authors to the works of Milton Ericson, and Milton Model. The Milton Model is a model for indirect interpersonal communications inspired by psychiatrist and pioneer of medical hypnosis, Milton H. Erickson. The model was created by linguist John Grinder and Richard Bandler, the... >>More<<