Objects & Places from Uncommon Therapy: The Psychiatric Techniques of Milton H. Erickson, M.D.

Jay Haley
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Object Descriptions

Therapist's Office - This location is referred to frequently in the book as the background environment of events. It has two chairs on one side of the desk and one on the other.

Hypnotic device - This has traditionally been associated with some object, such as a light, or a key chain, but is not used by the psychiatrist in the book except in the form of himself.

Wisconsin - This American state is the place where Milton Erickson did his preliminary studies as a university student.

Colorado - Milton Erickson did his residency work in a hospital here at the very beginning of his career.

America - This nation is the cultural backdrop for the cases presented by the author. The one main cultural exception is noted, and the cultural difference is one factor used by the therapist to achieve healing. Erickson is only able to...

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