Sidney Rosen Writing Styles in My Voice Will Go with You: The Teaching Tales of Milton H. Erickson, M.D.

Sidney Rosen
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Perspective

Milton H. Erickson was a highly respected hypnotherapist who was also a teacher and consultant. Dr. Sidney Rosen was a friend and colleague to Erickson, which undoubtedly gave him insight unavailable to the casual observer.

Despite Rosen's own opinions and perspective, the author takes an unusual look at the work of Dr. Erickson. Rosen allows Erickson to tell his own tales in a decidedly unique way, offering only small pieces of insight, explanations, or relevant facts and stories. This allows the reader to experience Erickson's knowledge, humor and wisdom.

It is clear that Rosen was quite fond of Erickson, although this fondness is not permitted to cloud the work or the reader's perception of either the author or the subject. Rosen does not presume to characterize Erickson in a way that is biased or false, he simply allows the doctor to recount his own discoveries and experiences.

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