Nicholas A. Cummings, PhD, ScD
As the era of well-meaning, but misguided victimology wanes, psychotherapists are rediscovering the hope and resiliency that permeate the timeless therapeutic strategies of Milton H. Erickson. The authors, family and insiders who know Dr. Erickson best, lucidly and impressively convey new insights into the philosophy of healing that is at the core of his psychotherapeutic geniius. By understanding that healing is the activation of inner resources during the process of recovery, making life a continuous process of rehabilitation, psychotherapists can markedly improve their therapeutic effectiveness and bring new hope to their patients.
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