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Milton H Erickson Experiencing Hypnosis

Milton H Erickson Experiencing Hypnosis

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EXPERIENCINGHYPNOSIS:
THERAPEUTIC APPROACHES TO ALTERED STATES 
By Milton H. Erickson, M.D.and Ernest L. Rossi, Ph.D.IRVINGTON PUBLISHERS, Inc., New York
Copyright © 1981 Ernest L. Rossi
 
 All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any manner whatever, including information storageor retrieval, in whole or in part (except for brief quotations in critical articles or reviews), without written permissionfrom the publisher. For information, write to: Irvington Publishers, Inc.
 
740 Broadway, NY NY 10003
 
ISBN 0-8290-0246-4
 
PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES
 
Reprint Edition 1992
 
 
EXPERIENCING HYPNOSIS:
 
THERAPEUTIC APPROACHES TO ALTERED STATES
 
Dr. Milton Erickson and Dr. Ernest Rossi
We dedicate this volume to Elizabeth Erickson and Margaret Ryan, whose thoughtful editorialwork has made it possible.
 
 
CONTENTS
Introduction
 I.
The Indirect Approaches to Hypnosis
 a.
Hypnosis in Psychiatry: The Ocean Monarch Lecture
 b.
Utilization Approaches to Indirect Communication
 1.
Language and the Art of Suggestion
 2.
Multiple Levels of Communication in Hypnosis
 3.
Internal Responses as the Essence of Suggestion
 4.
Indirect Communication in the Ocean Monarch Lecture
 II.
Catalepsy in Hypnotic Induction and Therapy 
 
a. Catalepsy in Historical Perspectiveb. Recognizing Spontaneous Catalepsyc. Facilitating Catalepsyd. Utilizing Catalepsye. Summaryf. Exercises with CatalepsyDemonstration in the Use of Catalepsy in Hypnotic Induction: Hand Levitation in a BlindSubject
III.
Ideomotor Signaling in Hypnotic Induction and Therapy 
 
a. Ideomotor Movements and Signaling in Historical Perspectiveb. Recognizing Spontaneous Ideomotor Signalingc. Facilitating Ideomotor Signalingd. Facilitating Ideosensory Signalinge. Utilizing Ideomotor Signalingf. Summaryg. Exercises in Ideomotor Signaling An Audio-Visual Demonstration of Ideomotor Movements and Catalepsy: The ReverseSet to Facilitate Hypnotic Induction
IV. The Experiential Learning of Trance by the Skeptical Mind 
Session One: The Experiential Learning of Minimal Manifestations of TranceSession Two: The Experiential Learning of Hypnotic Phenomena1. Dissociation and the Modern Experiential Approach to Altered States2. Learning Indirect Communication: Frames of Reference, Metalevels, andPsychotherapy

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