Uncommon Therapy: The Psychiatric Techniques of Milton H. Erickson, M.D. Topics for Discussion

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What indicates that a patient is actually in a hypnotic trance?

What makes Milton Erickson's therapy so distinctive and innovative? [within the context of psychology]

List the natural stages of life as described in this work.

Describe the difference between individual-centered therapy and problem-centered family therapy.

What are the benefits and problems that can be solved and created by using hospitalization as a means of attaining much needed therapeutic attention for an individual who may represent a family's problem ?

Does Erickson think everyone should marry? Write out at least two implications of marriage with children and of not marrying - with or without children.

What do you most like about Erickson's therapeutic techniques?

Give one criticism of Erickson's therapeutic practices.

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