My Voice Will Go with You: The Teaching Tales of Milton H. Erickson, M.D. Quotes

Sidney Rosen
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"In my opinion, change is accomplished most effectively and permanently when the therapist focuses on influencing his patient's unconscious patterns, which frequently include his values and frames of reference."
Pg. 25


"As already mentioned, the unconscious mind can be influenced by positive input."
Pg. 29


"One of Erickson's most important and useful approaches could be called 'mind reading.' By observing the patient carefully and by mirroring his behavior and responses, Erickson gives the patient the feeling that his mind is being read and that Erickson really knows him."
Pg. 34

"We learn so much at a conscious level and then we forget what we learn and use the skill. "
Pg. 47


"Too many therapists think they must direct the change and help the patient to change. Therapy is like starting a snowball rolling at the top of a mountain. As it rolls down, it grows larger and larger and becomes an...

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