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The Answer Within: A Clinical Framework Of Ericksonian Hypnotherapy
By Stephen R. Lankton MSW DAHB LCSW and Carol Hicks Lankton MA LMFT
4.6 out of 5 stars (8 Reviews)
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Publisher:  Routledge
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Published:  December 24, 2014
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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Five Stars, March 03, 2016
By Leslie in Sierra Foothills (0)
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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Five Stars, February 16, 2015
By JOSEPH C PETRULO (0)
Great book for anyone interested in mastering Milton Erikson's style.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  A "Must-Read" Classic, January 03, 2015
By A Friendly Voice (0)
If you're like me, you may not be a Ph.D, or have gone to college, but you can nevertheless do as Zeig said, "... learn psychotherapy from books." Erickson himself insisted that his teachings not be taught to be people like me (the un-educated). His esoteric teachings are limited to persons with at least Masters degrees. I think that the world we live in now, things are different. Just as 15 years ago, very few people could do a tailwhip in the air when jumping on their bmx bike -- if you landed this trick, it was a big deal, you were a big deal. Nowadays, kids are doing tailwhips without even thinking about. The collective consciousness itself has saturated with knowledge of how to do it.

I have read at least 100 books on hypnosis, namely of the Ericksonian fashion. A number of those books focus on the use of hypnotic language patterns; you won't find any of that in this book. This book contains all the other secrets you need to do effective healing work with people.

What I particularly enjoy are the insights they about their patients and their diagnostic acumen. A general motif of Ericksonians is that analysis is the least important factor in therapy. However, a chain is good only as its weakest part, and much in the past had been written stating that we should actively avoid analysing. Clearly, the very notion is a paradox, and I believe that was Erickson's practical joke. In this book, the Lanktons DO provide insight into the workings of the personality -- of the specific individual. This insight then plays a major role into the development of treatment plan.

This particular perspective, for me, was really needed, and their naturalistic-analytic thought-processes, reflections of their Being-ness, have rubbed off on me. These are true Ericksonians who have followed closely in the footsteps of him, careful to stay within the path he laid so long ago in the snowy fields of the past, while remaining true simultaneously to their own true identity. Such is the great Way of Ericksonianism.

One of the best I've read so far. Full of covert hypnosis that will have you reading one page for 3 hours (all the while going inward and giving your unconscious permission to give you the answers you deserve). The measure of good writing on hypnosis is how deeply it puts you into a trance without needing to be aware, so that you can learn without realizing or needing to be aware that you are.

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2.0 out of 5 stars.  Two Stars, October 28, 2014
By Norma (0)
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5.0 out of 5 stars.  The Answer Within, July 26, 2014
By Donna Gray-davis (0)
Milton Erickson believed that within everyone the needed capabilities and resources sufficient for changing their health and happiness are already present deep within. He is said to have been unique in his achievements even where others had failed, both in number and in effectiveness The Lanktons were among those students who knew him well and are held in high esteem within the psychotherapeutic community. I enjoyed this very much and find it helpful within my work.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  A great classic on Ericksonian Hypnotherapy, May 10, 2014
By Safdar Kakar (0)
"The Answer Within,..." By Lankton is one of the best books ever published that analyses each step in Ericksonian method. It's
the kind of book that every hypnotherapist, new or experienced must have under his/her pillow for daily reading.
It's a book for all time. Saf

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