I read your previous comment on the fact that "there is no Ericksonian hypnosis" so I'm a little confuse here. Your book "the answer within" (Brunner/Mazel, 1983) know a classic, sets right from the title the concept of "Ericksonian Hypnotherapy". Also Stephen Gilligan's excellent book "Therapeutic Trances" (Brunner/Mazel 1987) makes the same distinction of "Ericksonian Hypnotherapy" right from the title. Is this a change in perspective? Why the distinction now? Can you explain?
Thanks a lot. Warm regards from Puerto Rico.
Antonio Bustillo 1/21/01 10:48 pm
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