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Objective: Introduction to the Book Milton Erickson made major advances in the field of psychiatry. Rather than focusing exclusively upon any one individual Milton Erickson's therapy was part of a more recent development: that of expanding the context of any given problem or symptom to include not only the individual presenting the specific symptom, but also the most prominent family members or those with whom the person spends...
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