This DVD set (6 Disks) contains 35 hours of Dr. Erickson conducting training sessions with a group of select students. They were filmed by Jane Parsons-Fein from October 3rd through October 12th, 1979, in the small room next to Erickson’s office in Phoenix, Arizona. These DVDs are available to lisenced professionals.
Excellent new studio disc by this awesome, gifted blues/rock axeslinger from Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Featuring 11 tracks of top-shelf, dynamic, soul-powered, blues-based, retro-70s guitar rock mojo of world class proportions. An outstanding guitar rocker that is full of depth, soul and blues power. Craig Erickson is a true, authentic old-school guitar hero who's incredible six string playing skills far surpass and outshine the norm. An accomplished, seasoned, diverse six string veteran of the highest order who speaks volumes with his signature moves on the instrument. Brother Erickson's superb guitar playing talents defy gravity and hit new levels of excellence on the incredible Sky Train Galaxy disc…
Five years before his death and after several years of collaboration with his colleague Herbert S. Lustig, M.D., the late Milton H. Erickson, considered by many to be the "father of modern medical hypnosis and brief strategic psychotherapy, completed an historic project - the creation of his definitive clinical documentary. That documentary is The Artistry of Milton H. Erickson, M.D., a two-part audiovisual program showing Dr. Erickson demonstrating his innovative combination of psychotherapy and hypnotherapy with two patients.
New fascinating discoveries in the field of healthy and pathological functioning of the brain in a hypnotic trance enable us to improve the technique of trance and guide our approach to therapeutic hypnosis.
China is a vast and populous country, moving rapidly on all fronts to prepare itself for life in the twenty-first century. Heir to a resplendent ancient culture, modern China is following a unique developmental path that evolves from this long and rich cultural tradition. Our understanding of the transformations in China today must be predicated upon an appreciation of this precious cultural legacy.