Lecture and Demonstration 1960 Chicago
Milton H. Erickson was the leading medical hypnotist of his time and founder of a school of directive, strategic therapy.
Chicago, June 10, 1960
During this seminar, Dr. Erickson describes essential skills for working with resistant patients, the use of permissive language, ordeal therapy, geometric progression, and therapeutic double binds. Erickson conducts a demonstration, answers questions from the audience, and elaborates on his thinking with case illustrations that include: sexual dysfunction, stuttering, bed wetting, childhood eating disorders, compulsive habits, phobias and self-defeating behavior.