It is a good question to keep asking as you investigate. Certainly Erickson was not in need of a structural theory of personality and too it was a rare case that was treated by means of regression. It would be most convenient to use any personality theory as nothing more than a convenient way to speak about a case from time to time (that is, not a true observation of reality). Remember what John Lilly said (or, actually, I may be the only person who ever read or admits to having read John Lilly's writings) "What we believe to be true either is true of becomes true..." And thus we limit ourselves.
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