Please recall, Erickson was a very wise man. He was born in a cabin with a dirt floor and no running water...grew up on a farm...solved problems. He was law-abiding and very moral, believed in hard (HARD) work, and was thorough. Were he to practice today he would follow the tenets of practice and conform to the moral expections placed on psychiatrists that exist today. I imagine his cleverness would be more intricate, just as today's options are more intricate.
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