Uncommon Therapy: The Psychiatric Techniques of Milton H. Erickson, M.D. Character Descriptions

Jay Haley
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Milton Erickson

This is the subject of the majority of the book. This psychiatrist made major advances in the field of psychiatry and died during the 1980s.

Jay Haley

This is the author of this book. He is hailed as having presented a clear rendition of the psychiatrist's work that can be used by professionals and general readers alike.

Interviewer

This person was a young man who was attending a meeting in which therapy methods were discussed and asks questions that are targeted to body image and how to improve or fix situations.

Mesmer

This is the name of a nineteenth-century psychologist who is most significant for his ability as a hypnotist and for having shown how hypnosis can be used as a form of therapy to reduce or eliminate some unwanted symptoms in individual patients.

A Blonde

This description is used by a young woman patient when...

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