.The Milton H. Erickson Foundation is pleased to announce the release of The Seminars of Milton H. Erickson. Culled from the Foundation’s private archives, these volumes offer access to never-before published transcripts.
Each edition is designed to highlight new dimensions of Erickson’s thinking and practice, laying the groundwork for a scholarly understanding of modern hypnosis, hypnotherapy, and strategic approaches.
The Presentation to the San Diego Society of Clinical Hypnosis, April 29, 1962 , is the first offering in the series. This seminar describes essential differences between traditional hypnosis and the more versatile practice of modern hypnosis. Information is presented on specific clinical problems, including sexual dysfunction, pain management, psychosomatic problems, and parent-child issues. The contents of this lecture are divided into five chapters:
That Which Occurs Within
The Inward Orientation
Frigidity and Impotence
The Individual Approach
Common Sense Suggestion
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