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- MILTON ERICKSON "The February Man"
- Hardbound ,1989, Brunner Mazel, 266 pp, NEW COPY
This book represents the only completely documented report of an entire hypnotherapeutic case from he middle of Erickson's career, when his innovative approaches were being developed. Erickson evokes and utilizes many classic hypnotic phenomena, such as automatic writing, time distortion, and amnesia.
- MILTON ERICKSON "Hypnotic Realities"
- Hardbound w/DJ,1976, 326 pp
In this volume Erickson focuses on the induction of hypnosis, and forms of indirect suggestion. Erickson and Rossi fully annotate transcripts of sessions showing use of the Yes set, the Double Bind, the Handshake Induction, Age Regression, and other topics.
- MILTON ERICKSON "Experiencing Hypnosis"
- Hardbound w/DJ,1981, OUT OF PRINT, 283 pp
Third in the series that began with "Hypnotic Realities" and "Hypnotherapy". In an early lecture, we see the transition from the authoritarian to the permissive approach by Erickson. Also sections on Catalepsy in Induction and Therapy, Ideomotor Signa ling, and Learning of Trance by the Skeptical Mind.
- MILTON ERICKSON (Rossi ed) :
- The Collected Papers of Milton H. Erickson on Hypnosis"
Vol I - The Nature of Hypnosis and Suggestion
Vol II - Hypnotic Alteration of Sensory, Perceptual and Psychophysiological Processes
Vol III The Hypnotic Investigation of Psychodynamic Processes
Vol IV - Innovative Hypnotherapy Hardbound w/ DJ, now Out of Print, 1980
1900 pages of vintage Erickson, culled from a lifetime of work. This is the ultimate Erickson collection, and sadly it is out of print.
- MILTON ERICKSON - Life Reframing in Hypnosis"
- Hardbound w/DJ, 1992, 328 pp
Vol II of the Seminars, Workshops and Lectures of Milton Erickson. It was during this time period that Erickson wrote some of his most original papers on the naturalistic and utilization techniques which are considered to be the essence of his approach. Say what? Isn't this reframing stuff the source of that NLP stuff? You betcha! Now read the master!
- MILTON ERICKSON -" Mind-Body Communication in Hypnosis"
- Hardbound w/DJ, 1992, 304 pp, First Edition
Vol III of the Seminars, Workshops and Lectures of Milton Erickson. Contains much of the source material wherein Erickson first expressed his original views on psychosomatic medicine and healing. Say what? Erickson on using hypnotism to stimulate breast development? Don't take my word . But the book!
- MILTON ERICKSON (ZEIG, ed.) -"A Teaching Seminar with Milton Erickson"
- Hardbound, 1980, Brunner Mazel, 354 pp, NEW COPY
I consider this one of the best values out there, because it presents an entire weekend seminar with Erickson for a fraction of what any hypnosis class costs. For those of us who were not lucky enough to study with Erickson, this is an opportunity which is rewarding, insightful, and a great deal of fun to read.
- MILTON ERICKSON (Jay Haley Editor) - "Advanced Techniques of Hypnosis and Therapy - Selected Papers of Milton H. Erickson.
- Hardcover w/DJ, large format, Grune and Stratton, 1967, First Edition, Out of Print
This rare book gathered together 36 different articles by Erickson for the first time, exposing him to the world. His major pieces on hypnosis are all here, as well as a commentary by Jay Haley. Most of these articles were reprinted in the 4 volume Collected Works, but if you can't afford $125, this book is a great alternative! This copy is in beautiful shape, with a nice dust jacket. One of the better copies of this book that I have seen.
- MILTON ERICKSON and LINN COOPER - "Time Distortion in Hypnosis"
- Hardcover w/DJ, The Willliams and Watkins Company, 1954, 206 pages, 1st Edition
A Very Good + First Edition The dust jacket has a small label attached to it, with the publication date written on it.
A Very Good copy in a Very Good Dust jacket, copy is signed by Dr. Milton H. Erickson M.D.
This hard-to-find volume is a gem which shows Erickson's ideas on how to use time distortion, a naturally occuring hypnotic phenomenon, in a therapeutic environment. Contains both experimental hypnosis data and clinical interpretation.
- RICHARD BANDLER AND JOHN GRINDER - "Patterns of the Hypnotic Techniques of Milton Erickson"
- Vol I - Paperback, 1975, 264 pp NEW COPY
Vol II - Hardbound, 1977, 246 pp NEW COPY
This pioneering work became the birth of NLP - a deconstruction of Erickson's hypnotism scripts. This is pretty heady stuff - for Ericksonians and serious students only. These are NOT beginners books!
- DAVID GORDON & MARYBETH MEYERS-ANDERSON "Phoenix - Therapeutic Patterns of Milton H. Erickson"
- Trace Paperback, 1981, 192 pp, NEW COPY
Whereas the Bandler and Grinder book of Patterns concentrated on the hypnotic induction, this book focuses on the patterns Erickson used in his therapeutic interventions. A personal favorite, the book's double-entendre title gives you an idea of the transcendent quality of the ideas here - a bit different than the establishment-blessed Erickson stuff you see so much of.
- LANKTON AND ZEIG (editors) "Research, Comparisons and Medical Applications of Ericksonian Techniques"
- Hardcover w/DJ , Brunner Mazel, 1988, 118 pages NEW COPY
Volume 4 of the Ericksonian Monographs. Contains nine different articles on Ericksonian Hypnosis, including the 'Ten Minute Trance: Ericksonian Techniques in a Busy General Medical Practice
- LANKTON AND ZEIG (editors) "Extrapolations: Demonstrations of Ericksonian Therapy"
- Hardcover, Brunner Mazel, 1989, 122 pages NEW COPY
Volume 6 of the Ericksonian Monographs. A fascinating book which contains transcripts from six different Ericksonian therapists, with following commentary on each session by two different Ericksonian scholars. This is Ericksonian Therapy in action!
- STEPHEN LANKTON (editor) "The Broader Implications of Ericksonian Therapy"
- Hardcover, Brunner Mazel, 1990, 85 pages NEW COPY
Volume 7 of the Ericksonian Monographs. Contains eleven different articles on Ericksonian Hypnosis, including Erickson scholars Ernest Rossi and Steven Gilligan.
- LANKTON, ZEIG & GILLIGAN (editors) "Views on Ericksonian Brief Therapy, Process and Action"
- Hardcover, Brunner Mazel, 1991, 116 pages NEW COPY
Volume 8of the Ericksonian Monographs. Contains eight different article, including an article by two of Erickson's daughters on "Milton Erickson's Increasing Shift to Less Directive Hypnotic Techniques as Illustrated by Work with Family Members."
- LANKTON AND ZEIG (editors) "Difficult Contexts for Therapy"
- Hardcover, Brunner Mazel, 1995, 142 pages NEW COPY
Volume 10of the Ericksonian Monographs. Eleven articles, inluding "The February Man" Technique: Successful Replications and an article about Hypnosis and Cancer Pain.
- JEFFREY ZEIG (editor) "Ericksonian Approaches to Hypnosis and Psychotherapy"
- Hardcover w/ Dust Jacket , Brunner Mazel, 1982, 518 pages OUT OF PRINT
In December 1980, 2000 professionals from around the world united to salute Milton Erickson. Presentations were made by 43 different experts, including Jay Haley, Jeffrey Zeig, David Gordon, David Cheek, Joseph Barber, Ernest Rossi, Sidney Rosen and others. This book is the proceedings of that extra- ordinary event saluting Erickson, with papers about Ericksonian Inductions, Family Therapy, Case Studies, Pain Control, working with Children, Trans- cultural Approaches and more.
- KLIPPSTEIN (ed) - "Ericksonian Hypnotherapeutic Group Inductions"
- Hardbound, 1991, Brunner Mazel, 300 pp, NEW COPY
This giant book is a compendium of Ericksonian scripts from the likes of Virginia Satir, Ernest Rossi, David Cheek, Joe Barber, Sidney Rosen and others. Use these scripts verbatim, or just to learn more about the Ericksonian approach. Of particular inte rest to those who conduct group therapy.
- JAY HALEY - "Uncommon Therapy - the Psychiatric Techniques of Milton Erickson"
- TradePaperback, 313 pages, NEW COPY
This was the book that first brought Ericksonian techniques to the world. Haley's unique viewpoint brings Erickson into sharp focus, in an insightful, well researched contribution.
- JAY HALEY - "Ordeal Therapy"
- Hardcover w/Dust Jacket, Fine Condition, 213 pages
"Haley first provides an account of the theoretical basis of ordeal therapy, showing how it builds on the work of Milton H. Erickson. He goes on to outline the stages of ordeal therapy, and details special techniques to use with different clients."
- JAY HALEY - "Strategies of Psychotherapy"
- Hardcover, Grune and Stratton, 1963, 204 pp, Out of Print
Haley's therapeutic of the psychoanalytic construct as a relationship which exists in the communication between the therapist and the client. Fresh from his studies with Milton Erickson, of special interest is the chapter on "How Hypnosis and Subject Man euver Each Other."
- SIDNEY ROSEN "My Voice Will Go With You -The Teaching Tales of Milton Erickson"
- Trade Paperback, 253 pages NEW COPY
Rosen collected the stories which Dr. Milton Erickson told, and has anthogized them in this charming book. Easy to read, each tale is about a page long. A great sourcebook of examples of metaphors and teaching tells for the NeoEricksonian.
- RONALD HAVENS (ed) "The Wisdom of Milton H. Erickson"
- Paperback, 1989, 228 pages NEW COPY
Havens has compiled two books of quotations from Erickson. This volume deals with Human Behavior and Psychotherapy. Includes sections of many out of print Erickson classics. Objective Observation Yields Wisdom, The Conscious Mind, The Unconscious Mind, Normalcy and Pathology, The Goal of Psychotherapy, Creating a Psychotherapeutic Climate, Initiating Therapeutic Change.
- PHILIP BARKER : "Using Metaphors in Psychotherapy"
- Hardbound w/Dj, 1985, 221 pp
The Erickson-influenced professor of pediatrics and psychiatry from Canada weighs in with this book on the use of metaphor in a clinical setting. I was particularly inpressed with the section on the Practical Delivery of Metaphors, which gives hints on how to establish rapport when telling therapeutic tales.
- LEE WALLAS: "Stories for the Third Ear - Using Hypnotic Fables in Psychotherapy"
- Hardbound w/DJ, 1985, 178 pp
An Ericksonian approach to clinical therapy through the use of stories with a therapeutic goal. Specific stories for 19 different clinical situations. Wallas tells of the client issues, then tells the fable which she constructed.
- LESLEY KUHN (ed) - Modern Hypnosis
- Hardbound, 1947, 349 pp
A compendium of articles showing the state of the art at mid century. Includes two classic articles by Erickson - "Concerning the Nature and Character of Post Hypnotic Behavior", and "An Experimental Investigation of the Possible Antisocial Use of Hypnosis" as well as 16 others, including the original Davis and Husband Hypnotic Susceptibility scale.
- LESLIE LECRON (ed) "Experimental Hypnosis"
- Trade Paperback, 483 pages
Includes Milton Erickson's classic study "Time Distortion in Hypnosis" as well as articles by John Watkins on Projective Hypnoanalysis, studies of age regression, automatic writing, rapid inductions, antisocial uses of hypnosis and more. Twenty different articles lay out the state of the art. First released in 1952.
- HAROLD ROSEN (ed.) "Therapeutic Abortion"
- Hardbound, Julian Press, 1954, 348 pp, Out of Print
Rosen is also the author of "Hypnotherapy in Clinical Psychiatry." Contains the rare and never reprinted article by Milton Erickson entitled "The Psychological Significance of Vasectomy". Also contains articles by William Kroger and Karl Menninger. Quite uncommon.
- WILLIAM O'HANLON : "Taproots - Underlying Principles of Milton Erickson's Therapy and Hypnosis"
- Hardbound w/DJ, 180 pp
This book provides an excellent framework for understanding Erickson's approach to therapy and hypnosis by delineating underlying principles and patterns. A recommended first book on Erickson.
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