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

Sidney Rosen
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Erickson routinely told patients that what they learned in therapy would follow them through their lives, that the sound of his voice would seemingly be everywhere. Do you feel this was an effective method of therapy?

Think of some skills that you have yet never think about, such as tying your shoes or driving a car. Is teaching these skills difficult? Discuss some of the skills.

Discuss examples of events where experiential learning was more valuable than theory.

Do you believe it is possible for a sick person to refuse to die? How is it possible?

Think of a childhood experience where punishment did nothing but cause rebellion against your parents or teachers. Might Erickson's approach have worked better?

Do you think it is possible for therapy to complete itself during the dream state? Discuss.

Think of at least one dream that offered an...

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