Milton Erickson – Philadelphia Lecture 1955
Philadelphia Lecture 1955
Philadelphia, August 1955 Phenomena of Hypnosis (68 min.)
Techniques of Induction & Utilization in Hypnosis (71 min.)
In this set, Erickson communicates the timeless principles of hypnosis that he observed, discovered and utilized. He emphasizes the paramount importance of protecting the patient and establishing trust as the very foundation of the cooperative relationship characteristic of hypnosis. He stresses the importance of understanding the meaningful need of the patient and reviews, with many examples, the techniques of rehearsal, uncovering, dissociation, regression, time-distortion, revivification, visualization, orientation to the past and to the future, trusting the unconscious mind, and post-hypnotic suggestion
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