Naturalistic Techniques of Hypnosis

  title={Naturalistic Techniques of Hypnosis},
  author={M. Erickson},
  journal={American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis},
  • M. Erickson
  • Published 1958
  • Psychology
  • American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis
The naturalistic approach to the problem of the induction of hypnotic trances, as opposed to formalized ritualistic procedures of trance induction, merits much more investigation, experimentation and study than have been accorded it to date. By naturalistic approach is meant the acceptance of the situation encountered and the utilization of it, without endeavoring to restructure it psychologically. In so doing, the presenting behavior of the patient becomes a definite aid and an actual part in… Expand
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