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

Jay Haley
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Character Descriptions

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.

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