• Sidney Rosen recaps the work of Milton Erickson.
• Included are details of Erickson's career and practice.
• Erickson shares anecdotes of years in practice and personal life.
• Trance states are discussed.
• Solving part of the problem may solve the entire problem.
• Text dispels myths regarding hypnotherapy.
• Much good can come of being in a trance state.
• The subconscious will not allow anyone in a trance to do anything outside normal character.
• People will learn many things throughout their lifetimes.
• Some things seem difficult until we learn how to do them.
• Sometimes we forget that we know how to do something.
• Establishing rapport is vital to any relationship.
• Paying attention is key to understanding.
• Erickson shares a story about a perceptive student, Arthur.
• Each patient discloses information during therapy.
• Patients can "cure" themselves.
• Automatic writing is discussed.
• Redirecting one's attention is an effective method in therapy...
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