Healing The Divided Self: Clinical And Ericksonian Hypnotherapy For Dissociative Conditions by Maggie Phillips

Healing The Divided Self: Clinical And Ericksonian Hypnotherapy For Dissociative Conditions

byMaggie Phillips, Claire Frederick

Hardcover | February 7, 1995

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The authors synthesize traditional and Ericksonian styles of hypnosis in practical methods that work consistently within their four-stage model of treatment.

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Maggie Phillips, Ph.D., is a psychologist in Oakland, California, where she has a private practice. She is the author, with Claire Frederick, of Healing the Divided Self: Clinical and Ericksonian Hypnosis for Dissociative Disorders (Norton, 1995). She has been a recipient of the Cornelia B. Wilbur Award from the International Society f...

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Title:Healing The Divided Self: Clinical And Ericksonian Hypnotherapy For Dissociative ConditionsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:384 pages, 9.25 × 6 × 0.9 inPublished:February 7, 1995Publisher:WW Norton

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ISBN - 10:0393701840

ISBN - 13:9780393701845

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The authors synthesize traditional and Ericksonian styles of hypnosis in practical methods that work consistently within their four-stage model of treatment. Detailed instructions are given for utilizing hypnotherapeutic techniques for beginning treatment, ego strengthening, uncovering and abreaction, the reworking of uncovered material, the facilitation of the integrative process, the creation of a new identity, and the enhancement of spiritual development. Close attention is given to common pitfalls of therapy and how to avoid them, as well as how to deal with them effectively when they occur. The book is rich in clinical examples that illustrate the methods used. The authors have carefully considered the integration of various hypnotherapeutic techniques and the patient's internal resources with valuable external resources. The roles of adjunctive therapies, such as medication and hospitalization, body-oriented therapies, family and group approaches, and support groups, in the implementation of the treatment plan are thoroughly explored. Psychotherapy combined