Milton Erickson

March 2007
Psychotherapy Networker Magazine;Mar/Apr2007, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p35
The article features psychotherapist Milton Erickson. Based on the article, the reputation of Erickson in the field of psychotherapy is that of a therapeutic wizard who possessed an overwhelming personal power. Erickson suffered different illnesses including dyslexia, tone deafness, color blindness and vertigo. According to Jay Haley, a student of Erickson, his teacher is willing to put out time and energy to complete his work.


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