This is the fourth volume in the widely hailed series of Ericksonian Monographs sponsored by the Milton H. Erickson Foundation as part of its expanding educational forum for mental health professionals. The Ericksonian Monographs make available original work - theory, clinical technique, case material, and research - on the cutting edge of Ericksonian thought and practice. Ericksonian Monographs No. 4 presents a richly stimulating collection of articles which deal with three extremely important areas of development in Ericksonian work: research, integration within the practice of other therapies and medical applications.
Table of Contents
Contributors, Introduction by Stephen R. Lankton, Research, Evocation and Indirect Suggestion in the Communication Patterns of Milton H. Erickson, A Linguistic-Structural Model for the Investigation of Indirect Suggestion, The Use of Hypnotic-Relaxation Cassettes in a Gynecologic-Obstetric Ward, Hypnosis: Innate Ability or Learned Skills?, Comparisons, The Utilization of Cognition in Psychotherapy: A Comparison of Ericksonian and Cognitive Therapies, Changing Early Life Decisions Using Ericksonian Hypnosis, Medical Applications, The Application of Ericksonian Principles to the Use of Medication, Ericksonian Hypnosis and Psychotherapy in Clinical Settings, Ten-Minute Trance: Ericksonian Techniques in a Busy General Medical Practice
Stephen R. Lankton and Jeffrey K. Zeig