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on November 14, 2010
So many hypnosis, Erickson and NLP books are stuck on techniques. Well tools only work as well as you know what to do with them. David Gordon does a nice job of approaching the topic from a different angle, the when, why and how to effectively create change. It is on my reread list of books as I know I will get even more from it the second time around
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on July 27, 2014
This has brought so much more understanding to my studies - sensational
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on February 8, 2013
Case studies of the works of masters are always a worthwhile reading experience. It is interesting how Erickson's work get interpreted from the particular IR of the various authors who have written about it.
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on February 21, 2008
David Gordon has written a book that seems to have done something the others on this same subject have not; he has made the basic patterns of Milton Erickson very EASY to duplicate and USE. While I doubt that simply reading and using this book will creat Erickson clones, the patterns Gordon presents WILL allow you to use your own abilities to the fullest. An enjoyable read.
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on January 11, 2002
The book examines patterns in Dr. Erickson's creation, organization, and utilization of therapeutic interventions. What makes these patterns valuable is that they work - if you learn and use them you will be able to reproduce in your own therapeutic work many of the seemingly magical outcomes that are characteristic of Erickson's work.
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on September 14, 2010
I like this book as it is clearly written with good examples. If you are thinking about counseling a person, it will be an interesting reference.
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