"A classic is something you go back to over and over again for its special insights and wisdom. Cooper and Erickson's book on time distortion--expansion and condensation--is such a classic. It needs to be on every hypnotherapist's shelf. It is still fascinating reading, and the re-issue is welcome."Reseña del editor:
Now available once again, this long out-of-print text brings to the forefront Milton H. Erickson's major collaboration with Linn F. Cooper on time distortion. Originally published in 1959 and revised and updated in 1982, this volume will be welcomed by anyone who follows the work of Erickson or the use of hypnosis in a therapeutic setting.Time distortion, the difference between the real time of an incident and the perceived time of an incident, and its non-therapeutic implications, are discussed, investigated, and evaluated in the first half of this book, by Dr. Cooper. The clinical phenomena involved, with specific reference to therapeutic applications, are discussed and studied by Dr. Erickson, along with meaningful illustrative case material, in the second half of this work. The final section "Subjective Time Condensation as Distinct from Time Expansion," was added to the second edition.
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