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This is the subject of the majority of the book. He is no longer living but was still alive during the 1980s. He comes from the American Midwest and received the majority of his education and preliminary work experience in Wisconsin and Colorado. Only after having served as hospital staff, possibly during a residency, which is standard practice for physician-training and development, did he move to the Northeast. He served society through his work in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

He left a number of papers. Many of these have been assembled and presented in the form of a book by Jay Hayley entitled "Advanced Techniques of Hypnosis and Therapy."

This psychiatrist made major advances in the field of psychiatry. He applied therapy to a whole situation. This means that rather than focusing exclusively upon any one individual Milton Erickson's therapy was part of a more recent...

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