Foreword vEditor's Preface xiiGeneral
by Ernest Rossi xvAn Introduction to Unorthodox Therapy, by Milton H. Erickson xxiI.
General Introductions to Hypnotherapy \
Introduction1. The applications of hypnosis to psychiatry 32. Hypnosis in medicine 143. Hypnotic techniques for the therapy of acute psychiatricdisturbances in war 284. Hypnotic psychotherapy 355. Hypnosis in general practice 496. Hypnosis: Its renascence as a treatment modality 527- Hypnotic approaches to therapy 76II.
Indirect Approaches to Symptom Resolution
97Introduction8. A clinical note on indirect hypnotic therapy 999. The hypnotic and
investigation anddetermination of symptom-function 10310. Experimental hypnotherapy in Tourette's Disease
11. Hypnotherapy: The
right to both success
and failure 13412. Successful hypnotherapy that
13913. Visual hallucination as a rehearsal for symptom resolution 144III.
Utilization Approaches to Hypnotherapy
14. Special techniques of brief hypnotherapy 14915.
hypnotherapy 17416. The utilization of patient behavior in the hypnotherapy of obesity: Three case reports 18117. Hypnosis and examination panics 18818. Experiential knowledge of hypnotic phenomenaemployed for hypnotherapy 192
The Burden of responsibility in effective psychotherapy 20720. The use of symptoms as an integral part of hypnotherapy 21221. Hypnosis in obstetrics: Utilizing experimental learnings 22422. A therapeutic
bind utilizing resistance 22923. Utilizing the patient's own personality and ideas:"Doing it his own way 233